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    Default A couple of rackets for all occasions!

    I have reached a decent level now and I'm thinking of buying a couple of rackets. I play doubles mostly but, depending on my partner, I play aggressively or with lots of net and drop shots.

    I am thinking of a VT80 for the aggressive games and not sure what for the other. I'm looking at NS9900, N50II, Black Knight ghost, Babolat X-FEEL lite.

    Any thoughts or any others to consider?

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    all occasions would mean light weight, even balance. arc saber z slash.
    while in the end its all personal preference, i prefer the z-slash to the VT80.

    my 2 cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch View Post
    I have reached a decent level now and I'm thinking of buying a couple of rackets. I play doubles mostly but, depending on my partner, I play aggressively or with lots of net and drop shots.

    I am thinking of a VT80 for the aggressive games and not sure what for the other. I'm looking at NS9900, N50II, Black Knight ghost, Babolat X-FEEL lite.

    Any thoughts or any others to consider?
    try MX80
    pretty nice racket for all occasion, wheter it is doubles or singles

    IMO VT80 is more of singles racket, it is also a pretty demanding racket
    what is your previous racket?

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    I think if you use the VT 80 for your aggressive games, and if you went with something like the NS 9900 for defensive type games you'd be fine. I play with the VT 80 now, and I really enjoy it. It's got power when you need it, and has a nice touch around the net, and is really nice for drops. I used to use a 5100 Gosen for my defensive games, but I am going to switch to the NS9900. It seems to be highly recommended here in Korea. Best of luck with whatever you decide to buy!

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