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String, Racket, or Technique ?

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by otterfun, Sep 17, 2008.

  1. otterfun

    otterfun Regular Member

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    1. 900P, NBG 95 at 25 LB
    2. 900T, NBG95 at 25 LB

    How come I always hit out of bounds with my 900P and do a really good job with my 900T ?

    what I meant was I tend to over-hit with my 900P and just right with my 900T. Any thoughts ?
     
  2. HaoFung

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    euh cuz the power is more POWERFUL than the technique... -_- this is assuming both the weights of the racket is the same

    besides this has nothing to do with ur string so it shouldnt be in the string section ^^
     
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    They might not be both at 25lbs so that might explain why. Maybe string your AT900P at a higher tension.
     
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    No, the problem is control. Just like a player who can hit well in a certain position and barely can make it in a more difficult position, it is control of your stroke execution to hit the shuttle to where you want it to go. After a few trial shots one can adjust to any racquet and still deliver a shot to the same distance. The same with strings or tension. It is the player who is the boss.
     
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    It sounds like you have not adjusted to your AT900P fully. To my guess, are you mainly using the AT900T then? If yes then this is probably one of the factors.

    You can also try both with NGB98.
     

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