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Yonex VT ZF JP or SP?

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by slair76116, Sep 13, 2012.

  1. slair76116

    slair76116 Regular Member

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    Hi All,

    I'm planning on buying one of the Voltrics rackets in singapore this week. I don't know much about the codes JP VS SP

    The price difference between the two is significant.

    Is the JP version of the racket better in any way?

    VT ZF??
     
  2. decoy

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    Unless you're a conspiracy theorist who sits in a room trying to tie it all together and prove jp is better than sp then the answer is probably no. Only thing some people do claim is that the paint MIGHT be slightly worse on sp than jp but a lot of pros don't use jp rackets so unless you want the clutch bag they come in it really is just distribution codes and not a big deal.
     
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    I'd recommend the VT-ZF for singles play. Not so much for doubles play as it's a tad slow on defence and drive rallys.
     
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    Personally I find the 4u more than fast enough to play doubles. I'm a better front court player then rear though so maybe that's part of it
     

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