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Techique N Racquets best combination

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by ants, Nov 30, 2002.

  1. ants

    ants Regular Member

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    If you are good no matter what racquet you use , you can win the game.
    But if we want to get the most out of ourself from the game , we should combine it with the best racquets that suits us.
    Does anyone have suggestions or general information for what racquets to use if you are a doubles/singles player with the certain strong point in the game like, Smasher , Master Drop , Controlled player , etc... so that whoever read this post should have a general idea of what kind of racquet to buy.
     
  2. LazyBuddy

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    This kinda topic has been all over the place. To me, style of playing is only 1 of the factors.

    Other may include what ur opponent's strategy, ur partner's tactic (if double), what position u play (for double, front or back), etc

    Also,the most important: someone's meat is some other's poison. ppl have different preference, base on their style, experience, etc. Therefore, somebody can just give u the wrong suggestion on something. For example, a racket may work for certain ppl, but just won't "click" on u...

    So... just be aware of that. Asking for suggestion is fine, but can't 100% trust everything u heard (especially, ppl can just put on another endless debate on particular models)
     
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    Yeap, you've to try it out personally for yourself to really know if there's any difference.
     

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