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Vt zf vs sw35

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by yurimaster2010, Jul 21, 2012.

  1. yurimaster2010

    yurimaster2010 Regular Member

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    Anyone try n dare to share the conclusion?
     
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    Lend me your VT ZF.
     
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    HardSmasher Regular Member

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    Is LCW still using VT ZF or VT80?
     
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    LCW is using VT ZF for few months already!

    To me, SW35 is a very stiff racket and very demanding as compared to VT ZF which I can feel the flex when swinging. VT ZF is more friendy than SW35. I think they are the same in term of power.

    My 2 cents :)
     
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    ZF is a very stiff and head heavy racquet, more stiff and headheavy than Voltric 80.

    Yeah it has awesome power but IMO it is not a racquet for everyone. Have not tried SW35 but I doubt it will be more demanding than VTZF.

    My 2 cents:)
     
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    I've tried the SW35 and briefly tried the VT ZF! The ZF feels way more head heavy! I found the SW35 more user friendly in regards to being a better all rounder. The VT ZF will be better suited for more a singles attacking racket. Didn't test any longer as it wasn't 'my cup of tea'!
     
    #6 Alom, Jul 24, 2012
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