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    Default Singles racket recommendations

    what are some good rackets for singles players? i currently have a z slash but i find it kinda hard to use :s
    i think id perfer some head heavy rackets and i heard the n55ii was quite good.
    any suggestions?

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    you need no other racket apart from a SW35...

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    Maybe the Voltric 80/70

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    hmm i have never tried any victor rackets before howz it like? is it similar to any yonex rackets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddyededwin View Post
    hmm i have never tried any victor rackets before howz it like? is it similar to any yonex rackets?
    Just buy it! if you Want something a bit head heavy, this is your racket, no questions

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    I recommend the SW 35, too or a heavy MX80 (89g dry)
    Why?
    It's pretty stiff, solid, slightly head heavy to head heavy and durable. You can strung it to 30lbs with warranty. I have only good experience with Victor (Contact to Victor).
    I tried the AT900P, Z-Slash, AS10 from the evil empire and the LN N55 (1st Gen) and own two SW35. Out of all racket I would choose the SW35 first or a heavy (89g dry) MX80.
    Just give it a try. It's high end quality. You won't regret if you buy one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddyededwin View Post
    hmm i have never tried any victor rackets before howz it like? is it similar to any yonex rackets?
    At least as good as any YY racket, if not beter. But me personally, I use Flypower Warrior 8 for single, it's quite awesome

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    haha i'll probably be the only one to recommend the ns9900 but i use it for singles and i find it meets all my needs xD failing that, the at900 technique or power also work pretty well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    I recommend the SW 35, too or a heavy MX80 (89g dry)
    Why?
    It's pretty stiff, solid, slightly head heavy to head heavy and durable. You can strung it to 30lbs with warranty. I have only good experience with Victor (Contact to Victor).
    I tried the AT900P, Z-Slash, AS10 from the evil empire and the LN N55 (1st Gen) and own two SW35. Out of all racket I would choose the SW35 first or a heavy (89g dry) MX80.
    Just give it a try. It's high end quality. You won't regret if you buy one.
    wowww neva knew victor makes such awesome rackets! ok ill go buy 1 haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by cycilver View Post
    haha i'll probably be the only one to recommend the ns9900 but i use it for singles and i find it meets all my needs xD failing that, the at900 technique or power also work pretty well.
    I own an AT Power, and I just bought a NS9900... I must say, that using the NS9900, my clear has become a lot better and easier to swing at the back of the court due to the head-lightness of the racket. The AT Power is better for doubles when you have an easy smash because it has a heavier head.

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    It depends, what are you looking for preferably ?
    1- power & control
    2- power & speed
    3- speed & control

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    Quote Originally Posted by TiKok View Post
    It depends, what are you looking for preferably ?
    1- power & control
    2- power & speed
    3- speed & control
    Hi Tikok,

    What rackets can you recommend for options 1 and 2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cycilver View Post
    haha i'll probably be the only one to recommend the ns9900 but i use it for singles and i find it meets all my needs xD failing that, the at900 technique or power also work pretty well.
    Agree with you. 2U version of NS9900 is very good for single

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    victor sw35 3U

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    i probably want power and speed

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddyededwin View Post
    wowww neva knew victor makes such awesome rackets! ok ill go buy 1 haha
    victor has equal or better quality than Yonex
    the main thing about victor that it actually cost less than yonex

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