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Victor Rackets or Yonex Rackets

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by riz125, Mar 12, 2008.

  1. riz125

    riz125 Regular Member

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    being a intermediate level player buying expensive rackets are a lil bit too much for my likes. but anyways i have been using Victor G 7500 VI, :pwhich i love using. i am thinking time for a change. i would like to have somthing evenly balanced which i can use for singles and doubles as well as smashes and control but something light weight.

    for example you are an intermediate level player. in your opinion if you had an option which brand and model would you choose and why???? :D
     
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    yonex 900t, mp99, mp88, just demo a few yonex rackets and see how you get on with them
     
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    blacvios Regular Member

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    Performance to cost ratio victor beats yonex anytime.
     
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    This statement is true for all non-yonex racquets. :)
     
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    Other than yonex.. u can try the wilson k-tour and k-blaze. they're even-balanced too, and i've heard some very good reviews on them..
     
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    for Europe, try the Victor's Inside Wave series, they are good.
     

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