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want to ask bc members opinion...thanks

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by boyzz77, Mar 27, 2013.

  1. boyzz77

    boyzz77 Regular Member

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    Im playing attacking double player.....sometime single...i played controlling and love smashing...like also to dropshot.....what racket suitable for me ? This are the racket i think maybe suit for me...(arc11,tk8000,bs12n) any recommendation please state....
    .thanks for viewing and help me suggest
     
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    What's your level of play?
     
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    Intermediate
     
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    arcsaber fb
    nanospeed 9900
    nanoray 800
     
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    Arc11 not suit....
     
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    Arc11 not suit....??
     
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    depends u like it or not.
    u can google....top players on circuit use arc11 more for singles...
    actually....ultimately.. u like it or not....no rite or wrong..
    i know of alot of players using arc11 for doubles... this is a even balanced racket..
     
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    boyzz77 Regular Member

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    Ooo....tq for your opinion...
     
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    if you are to decide what you should get based on other players, and you're an intermediate level player, then maybe look at other intermediate level players instead of googling it and checking out top players. but i wouldn't even recommend doing that because each person is different.

    i've seen some use an Arcsaber for doubles, for singles, for mixed. if you can tried them out and see which one feels good. i hated the arc10 for some reason, and people are saying the arc11 is faster so that might be a good racket since the arc10 is sluggish for me personally. i've seen more people use nanospeed and nanoray rackets for doubles but again, that's the general observation. if you hit well with a head light racket, go for it.
     
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    oooo...i see... but now i feel arc11 maybe suit me... thanks
     
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    You have to test it first
     
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    more like

    do you like head heavy or light light?

    do you prefer flexible or stiff racquet? how much power can you generate with a stiff compared to a more flexible one...


    all up to you to test and discover. Don't get trapped into just buying big brand names and high end models
     
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    arc 11 is very light and very little head-balanced. Feels even lighter than arc7. It might lack a bit of smash punch in singles game, but it will definitely pay back with agility. For me, the general feel of arc11 is superb.
     
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    then try it out, wouldn't hurt, and you'll gain some experience with yet another racket :)
     

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