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Resting Place For Our Soldiers At Arms (broken racket phots)

Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by Break-My-String, Feb 11, 2004.

  1. Sui-MY

    Sui-MY Regular Member

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    just sent to shop, warranty decision is up to yonex... fastest takes 2 months
    lesson bought: use cheap racket if playing with brutal partner
     
  2. drew tze en

    drew tze en Regular Member

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    quite right !!
    If you play doubles you should get a mid-range but also good racket to play with
    and Singles play with whatever racket you enjoy
     
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    27112010126.jpg 27112010124.jpg 27112010123.jpg 27112010125.jpg 27112010129.jpg .......... T_t
     
  4. LD rules!

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    thats a bad break, how did it happen ? Tension ? And weight ?
     
  5. drew tze en

    drew tze en Regular Member

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    it looks like it, from the orange swirls at the 5 o clock position.
     
  7. drew tze en

    drew tze en Regular Member

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    Yer I think so
    no other Yonex has that swirls in orange white and black
     
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    yea it is =( so sad about it,
     
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    it was strung at 24 tension. i kinda didnt notice one of the gym doors open on the court and accidentally hit it.
     
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    drew tze en Regular Member

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    Well that is a really bad accident
     
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    i know :(.
    now i have to look for a new racket, but im not really sure which one to get. any suggestions?
     
  12. drew tze en

    drew tze en Regular Member

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    well what type of player are you ?
    powerful? controlled?
    singles ? doubles ?
     
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    doubles. and more of a power type of player
     
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    drew tze en Regular Member

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    Armotec 900 Power
    good for doubles
     
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    okay. thanks alot ^^
     
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    Or you can try Victor Bravesword 10.:)
     
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    my list of "fallen":
    - blacken
    - blacken II
    - cab-7
    - cab-8 (x4)
    - cab-8DX
    - cab-9 (x2)
    - cab-16
    - cab-20 (x3)
    - aerotus-60
    - ti-10 1st gen
    - wilson widebody racket - can't remember the model, but released about the same time as yonex aerotus series..
     
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    The Yonex Nanospeed9900 has the strongest frame of all my previously owned rackets. Maybe its the new x-fullerine material, i dunno. But i have it strung with nbg-98 at 29lb and ive clashed it hard with a stupid girl in my club and also smacked it on the ground a couple of times, however, not a scratch or even a paint chip. Incredible racket
     
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