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    Default Help me to choose spare racket

    Dear all,

    I have VT80 and I want another racket as a spare.
    Mainly I played double 3 times a week
    I can say that I am attacking player
    I am leaning only this 3 rackets (pls don't suggest me others)
    1. Arcsaber 10
    2. Nanospeed 9900
    3. Z slash

    I can say that I am intermediate player (I hope)

    tks All

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    so.. any explanation why you are leaning to those 3 racket?

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    NS9900/Z Slash.

    Depends if you can handle the small head and flexy shaft, NS9900 is probably YY's best doubles racket, but it's headlight, so won't be as powerful as the Z or the VT80

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    so.. any explanation why you are leaning to those 3 racket?
    I am sorry maybe I love Yonex brand and based on the review those 3 rackets the one that stood up

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    Quote Originally Posted by domainame View Post
    I am sorry maybe I love Yonex brand and based on the review those 3 rackets the one that stood up
    yes they are stood up, they are excellent rackets IF it match you playstyle

    VT80 (which your main racket now) is head heavy and stiff
    whereas the other 3 are completely different racket (compared to VT80)

    why do you want something so different? or.. is it because the review said it's good?

    if you need double racket usually people will suggest NS9900

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    @avenger. I just want to try some thing different.
    and to be honest, VT80 is very good but make my arm sore if you played for long time

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    Moderator can you pls move this thread in to Folder Racket recomendation??
    tks

    Sorry for the inconvinience

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    I'd get the Arcsaber 10. It's an even-balanced all-around racket. Easier to use in my opinion.

    The NS9900 is headlight and you'll need a fast explosive swing to get the best smash from it. But it is much quicker around the net and much more suited to doubles.

    Or wait for the NanoRay series to come up with a replacement for the NS9900.

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