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Ti-10 or MP100?

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by doodleboy, Nov 24, 2002.

  1. doodleboy

    doodleboy Regular Member

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    Just got a ti-10 JP 2U/G5 through a friend in Singapore. Was asking for an MP90 but the price is almost double the Ti-10 or MP100.

    I would just want to ask your opinion on me choosing the ti-10 over the MP100. They were sold at the same price and yes yes I know that the MP100 is the newer model but my freind said the ti-10 has a longer shaft with MP frame and thinner shaft. Does this mean that the ti-10 is as good as the MP100?

    Thoughts please
     
  2. JChen99

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    Ti 10 more heavy, more power when smashing, feels more sturdier, slower reflex

    MP100 lighter, less power but better for control, faster reflex

    prior are all personal oppinions
    should do a seach first! i think this has been discussed before

    Just a thought
     
  3. jwu

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    since you bought the racquet already, just be happy with the ti-10, or are you suffering from buyer's remorse? :D

    do a search and you will find more than enough reviews on the two racquets. Haven't used ti-10 before but it sounds like a smasher's dream racquet from most of the reviews I've read. :) . mp100 is one of those love it or hate it racquet at first since it takes a while to get use to it. my friend who got it last month is still adjusting to it. He can achieve great power and control but just not on a consistent basis. Not sure if that's the racquet or him though. :p
     
  4. LazyBuddy

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    Once again, here comes the debate of personal preference.

    I believe Ti-10 and MP-100 each have whole group of ppl love them to the bones, and the other group just regret why they waste their $$$ on a piece of crap. Actually, isn't that true for almost every racket that ppl brought up for discussion?

    So, since u get the racket already, just try to utlize it. If u r very used to regular length, then, the 10mm extra length might give up a little bit trouble to adjust for the 1st several months. Hopefully, u can come up with a positive result later on, and like ur purchase. Otherwise, u will know any similar kinda racket like this one, is out of ur consideration in the future.
     

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