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    Default Is voltric zforce suitable for doubles?

    I am looking a racket for doubles. anyone have recommendation for that? thank you.

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    yonex sponsored ahsan and setiawan, google their racquets

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    We are Nanoray !!!


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    Malaysian Tan WK & Hoon TH are using zf1 in doubles.
    They can use it, can you?

    There are other professional players that are using zf2 for doubles too.

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    It may be suitable for you, but it sure is not for me. Too heavy and slow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    It may be suitable for you, but it sure is not for me. Too heavy and slow.
    ditto,

    i can't do anything with this racquet except maybe lay some thunderous smashes and hurt my arm after.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    It may be suitable for you, but it sure is not for me. Too heavy and slow.
    @visor , which one are you talking about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahcash View Post
    @visor , which one are you talking about?
    All of them... 4U and 3U VTZF 1 and 2...

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    If its too heavy and slow for you, you should consider looking into other department such as your arm and brain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangie View Post
    If its too heavy and slow for you, you should consider looking into other department such as your arm and brain.
    Oh, Ok. I appreciate such invaluable advice. Thank you so much.

    Like those are the only rackets in the world that we have to choose from.
    Last edited by visor; 07-26-2014 at 12:52 AM.

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    Ya.. appreciate your biased views too. If you think the specific racket is going to wow your games, good luck to you.

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    Everyone has different play styles and physique level so a racket that performs perfectly or greatly for everybody whether it be singles, doubles, or mixed doubles is non existent.

    With that said .. one man's garbage is another man's treasure.. one man's treasure is another man's garbage.

    The pros can use it well but they are pros playing for their country for a reason. Though that doesn't mean only pros can handle the said rackets in doubles.

    So yes, in the end, we are not able to tell if the ZF or ZF2 or any other racket suits you in doubles.

    The question is all on you. Though of course, other people can chime in and give their views and opinions on the rackets they use and the rackets that suits them for doubles, as well as stating why it suits them and what their play style is, which in the end will help you narrow down your play style and your nearest suitable racket. The question is then answered when you get on court.
    Last edited by IvanT; 07-26-2014 at 12:41 PM.

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    That's interesting to hear that the malay pair uses VZF. My friend mentioned to me that maneepong jongjit of thailand uses voltric 80, which is pretty head heavy and stiff as well. I agree that VZF isn't exactly made for doubles.

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