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Discussion in 'Professional Players' started by yurimaster2010, Nov 12, 2010.
...ti10 could be still the popular choice here...who and what rackets? any insider infor to share?
Wang Chen has been using cab20 for the longest time.
haha I'm not a professional, but I've always been using Carbonex 8 sp, which my dad passed on to me, the grip is proper worn down to the wood... need a new grip...
I am still using N90 1st generation .. ya !
I think I might be using the oldest racket around, on a regular basis. A made-in-China, Shanghai, Aeroplane model 515 wooden racket. I would normally use this racket for my first couple of games (doubles) before switching over to more recent composite/ graphite rackets like Wilson, Victor, Yonex ones.
It will be very rare to see a pro using old models. If he/she is sponsored, I doubt if he/she can use his/her preferred older models.
Saina and Nasir still play with an arc7 if you consider that an old model
Miss the good old days where everyone was using Ti-10, MP99 or AT700
Miyuki Maeda.. I think she's using an old yonex racket.
What about Yonex 8500? Consider antique?
Miyuki Maeda once used MP90 => CAB23 or CAB35
she now using VOLTRIC70 I watch at Yonex Open Japan this year.
Her partner Suetsuna still using CAB23.
Taiwanese WD/XD player Cheng Wen Hsing still stuck to her Victor Z3000 (formerly named ZhaoJianHua3000) in the 2010 Asian Games.