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Yonex Arc 10 vs Ti-10

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Sam1314, Nov 9, 2012.

  1. Sam1314

    Sam1314 Regular Member

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    Hi, anyone know the difference between arcsaber 10 and Ti-10? i found mostly international players are using Ti-10. Is it better than arc 10?
     
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    There are currently almost no international players using Ti-10 (who did you find??). On the other hand there are still a lot using Arc10 (also on a national top level) ... although it is also slowly being replaced by Voltrics and such. As always it really depends on you what is the better racket for yourself, even more so in this comparison.
     
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    i only have the ti-10 3rd gen and it's stiff, which is similar to the arc10. the arc10 head is bigger so i find it more difficult to maneuver around in the front court. the ti-10 smashes better for me.
     

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