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Yonex Ti-Zero Regular vs. Yonex Ti-Zero Limited

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Sandstorm, Oct 11, 2011.

  1. Sandstorm

    Sandstorm Regular Member

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    Is there a difference between the regular and limited editions of Yonex's Ti-Zeros? I'm asking this because my racquet turned out to be a fake and I want a genuine one. Also, would the Ti-Zero be a good defensive racquet for an intermediate-advanced player? Any advice or help would be appreciated.

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    Anybody? From my perusing of the Internet, it seems that this racquet isn't all that popular. Why is that?
     
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    I own a pink Ti-Zero JP coded racquet. There is also a blue version. I believe these models were available only in Japan and Taiwan (TW coded) a few years ago. Not sure if you are referring to these models as the 'regular edition'.

    The Ti-Zero Limited was released recently.

    imho the Ti-Zero JP is a mid-flex racquet (some may find it too flexible) and good for defence. No comment on the Ti-Zero Limited as I have not tested this racquet.
     

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