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Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by ilostmybrain, Feb 22, 2009.

  1. ilostmybrain

    ilostmybrain Regular Member

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    ok, one of my friends is thinking to get a racquet or recreational set, he wants a pretty light racquet that is pretty cheap or a recreational set that includes somewhat good racquets and shuttles and maybe a net.:confused:
     
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    That's very vague.
     
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    heck, that's not even a question. that is a set of statements. why does that matter?:confused:
     
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    what im trying to say is that, he wants a good set, can you suggest some? Dont think i need one, i have a AT 500!!!
     
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    here and here

    it would do your friend much better to think about buying a better racket, such as an apacs or other. it will serve him better. Plus, if you live in markham canada, you have the warehouse right there.
     
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    not a better racquet, just a racquet dat is pretty good or a set dat is worth buying
     
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    Try Canadian tire???? Even tho the racquets in the set are steel shaft and if your just playing like say near a lake or backyard then it's perfectly fine. But if your playing in a gym and such then buy a bunch of cheap light calton racquets about $25 each.
     

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