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    Default Professionals and their strings

    hello,

    i didn't find any thread about this.

    Thanks to Yuman Tianxia , saw this quib.

    attached is a spreadsheet on some popular Yonex players and their strings.

    thats the best mandarin translations(in RED) i've done in about 57 years.

    enjoy.
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    nice! not sure how this thread will develop since not many ppl have access to info like this.

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    1. Lee Chong Wei

    2. Ratchanok Ithanon

    3. Hendra Setiawan

    4. Mohammad Ahsan (Yuman Tianxia has actually forgotten Ahsan's string setup)

    5. Matthias Boe

    6. Carsten Mogensen

    7. Kamilla Rytter Juhl

    8. Christina Pedersen

    9. Tommy Sugiarto

    10. Kashyap Parupalli [From INDIA]

    11. Darren Liew [Kok Lun]

    12. Chong Wei Feng

    13. Saina Nehwal

    14. Tan Boon Heong

    15. Koo Kien Kiat

    16. Hoon Tien How

    17. Tan Wee Kiong


    The second column states the position they achieved in the 2013 BWF World Championships.

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    Holy smokes, Mogensen and Boe have their tension cranked crazy high!

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    Arc FB can take 35lbs? Something tells me it is 4U at least.

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    NR-ZS will take 31... good to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    NR-ZS will take 31... good to know.
    I'm betting the recommended tension from Yonex will be a fair bit lower than that. I wonder what the tension was when TBH set that new speed record.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yuki onitsura View Post
    I'm betting the recommended tension from Yonex will be a fair bit lower than that. I wonder what the tension was when TBH set that new speed record.
    I bet it's the same tension Zhang Jun used to set his unofficial smash speed record of 502km/h:



    You can pretty much say TBH's 421km/h "Guinness World Record" is mehhh, and a poor marketing ploy by Yonex

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    Quote Originally Posted by yuki onitsura View Post
    I'm betting the recommended tension from Yonex will be a fair bit lower than that. I wonder what the tension was when TBH set that new speed record.
    Yonex JP says 27 lb for the 3U version and 28 for the 2U... quite high for them, actually.

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    I noticed a lot of pros are still using BG-65.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wguan126 View Post
    nice! not sure how this thread will develop since not many ppl have access to info like this.
    You didn't look hard enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzards View Post
    1. Lee Chong Wei

    2. Ratchanok Ithanon

    3. Hendra Setiawan

    4. Mohammad Ahsan (Yuman Tianxia has actually forgotten Ahsan's string setup)

    5. Matthias Boe

    6. Carsten Mogensen

    7. Kamilla Rytter Juhl

    8. Christina Pedersen

    9. Tommy Sugiarto

    10. Kashyap Parupalli [From INDIA]

    11. Darren Liew [Kok Lun]

    12. Chong Wei Feng

    13. Saina Nehwal

    14. Tan Boon Heong

    15. Koo Kien Kiat

    16. Hoon Tien How

    17. Tan Wee Kiong


    The second column states the position they achieved in the 2013 BWF World Championships.
    thanks for the translation. updated the spreadsheet attached

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    Nice update guys

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    Thanks for taking the trouble to post this. Perfect geek food.

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    Nice thread guys!

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    目前市场上最常用的是羽毛球线是yonex系列的bg系列拍线。据yonex公司说,世界上89%的专业球 员使用yonex的球线。下面对常见的几种yonex拍线的性能和特点做一个大致的介绍。其中性能特点部分 的评价只限于此几种拍线之间的比较,不代表与其他拍线之间的比较结果。


    一,yonex bg65羽毛球线
    yy bg-65线:市场上销量最大的拍线。0.70毫米的线径,线芯材料为多层树脂,外层材料为化学合成树脂编束纤维 ,耐磨性及经济性极佳,缺点是弹性一般。   

    性能特点:
    弹性:较差;
    击球感:较柔;
    吸震性:较差;
    控制性:较差;
    耐久性:较好
    注:林丹用的就是yy bg-65线

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    Badminton string Details
    Description Replusion Durable Control
    BG 68 TI 9 6 7
    BG 65 TI 7 6 6
    BG 70 Pro 7 7 6
    BG 66 10 6 8
    BG 65 6 8 6
    NGB 95 8 8 6
    NGB 98 10 7 8
    CN 200 8 6 6
    NGB 99 9 7 10
    BG 80 Power 9 7 6
    Bg 80 9 6 6
    Victor VS850 9 9 8
    Li Ning AP 62 plus 9 6 8
    Li Ning AP 70 plus 9 9 7
    Li Ning NS 50 8 9 6
    Li Ning NS 30 7 8 6
    Li Ning NS 95 9 9 9

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