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switching to oval from isometric head shape

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Josh, Dec 13, 2001.

  1. Josh

    Josh Guest

    I am curious if anybody knows why this happened to me. I have been a long user of the Isometric head shape and one day I decide to bring my Carlton Airblade 350 to the club. Numerous times, when I went to do an overhead smash, I completely missed it. Just as simple as that, I just missed the bird. Does anyone know why that happened to me? Does it have anything to do with switching between head shapes? Again, it happened numerous times.
     
  2. Yogi

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    Tech1 Nothing else buddy. u shoudl haev been wise enough to rally abt 50 shots B4 U took teh centre stage.
     
  3. mongoose

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    Yup, I tend to agree with yogi.
    I believe that it has more to do with getting used to the swing speed of the racket than its head shape.
     
  4. Nico

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    Well I have the same problem when in switch racquets regardless of the head shape. But after abut a game or two it sort of comes back. But I still feel better with my #1 racquet.
     
  5. Mag

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    Well Josh, I thought you quite recently took up badminton? Couldn't that have something to do with it?

    ;)

    Seriously though, as others have already suggested it probably has to do with switching between racquets with different weight or balance characteristics.
     

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