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12-05-2011, 01:47 PM #69
12-05-2011, 03:34 PM #70
^^^ The logical one to try first would be none other than sw37. Then you'll need to start a new thread: sw35 vs sw37.
12-05-2011, 08:58 PM #71
12-06-2011, 03:18 AM #72
All I can say is, the MX80 and I are very compatible - I like its manoeuvrability and the speed very, very much! My playing style is more defensive, so my favourite is still the BS10, but I like how the MX80 lets me do occasional, quick and light smashes.
Hard smashes also work decently with MX80, though having briefly played with the SW35, I believe that the SW35 can deliver harder smashes than the MX80, though I have always struggled with attack play. (I thought of changing my style and bought a VT80 (super head heavy in my opinion), and ended up having to sell it because I couldn't defend well with VT80 and I wasn't able to make good use of its full potential when I had chances to smash.)
But needless to say, the MX80 is a fantastic racquet and I highly recommend it for all-round players who tend to be a bit more gentle with the shuttle!
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07-05-2012, 01:24 PM #73
Ok, could someone please compare the SW35 and the MX80 with the Yonex VT-70 and VT-80 in the following aspects:
1. Shaft stiffness
2. Head heaviness
3. Maneuverability (Which racket moves through the air faster)
4. Absolute Power (Raw smashing ability!)
I own a VT-70 and have played with a VT-80 as well. I'd like to know how they compare in these aspects with their Victor counterparts!
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