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    I am tall person (185cm) and weight as 100kg
    I like to have harder smash..i play double all the times, but singles do also but least..
    so therefore i want to ask which racket is more suitable?

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    why dont you try the SW 30, 4/5 stiff and 4/5 head heavy compare to 35 & 36 where both are 3/5 head heavy ?

    Or you still can consider MX 80 ... good for smashes still =D

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    those too expensive..now i finding second hand one..so can get cheaper

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    super wave 35 then since it is stiffer ... beware of fake rackets around our country lol.
    If you are in a tight budget, should get apac rackets, around 250 and below

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    haha...cause victor second hand also around rm280 only..so is worth..will beware..no worries..
    cause i am using rackets that not even over rm100 de..so thinking to get a good one and use it as main!

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    I don't think the SW30 is that great of a racket, lacking a bit in feel and certainly not as special as the SW35 or MX80. Going by the 4/5 vs. 3/5 HH rating is not indicative of how these rackets actually play.

    karyaw, the SW35 is a really great singles and doubles racket. It's quite stiff and can pack a lot of power but is much more maneuverable than an AT900P or VT80 for example. Its bp is around 293-298 mm or so.

    The MX80 is also a very good, "classic" doubles racket. It's a bit less head heavy than the SW35.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueTornado View Post
    I don't think the SW30 is that great of a racket, lacking a bit in feel and certainly not as special as the SW35 or MX80. Going by the 4/5 vs. 3/5 HH rating is not indicative of how these rackets actually play.

    karyaw, the SW35 is a really great singles and doubles racket. It's quite stiff and can pack a lot of power but is much more maneuverable than an AT900P or VT80 for example. Its bp is around 293-298 mm or so.

    The MX80 is also a very good, "classic" doubles racket. It's a bit less head heavy than the SW35.
    so i think i am getting the sw35 instead of sw36 then

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    Quote Originally Posted by karyaw View Post
    so i think i am getting the sw35 instead of sw36 then
    It sounds like it'd be better suited to your style of play, and you should be strong enough to use it no problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueTornado View Post
    It sounds like it'd be better suited to your style of play, and you should be strong enough to use it no problem.
    thanks advice from bro.. i hope so i am strong enough to control the beast! haha

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    I am using SW 36 and SW330(similar to SW35). If your power is ok, try SW35. For me both are good racket.

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    I use a sw35 and have it strung with bg66um. Its probably on of the best rackets i have owned.

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    can explain how to say power is ok?

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    i think he means by your arm and wrist strengh when doing a smash/swing? Still havent decide which racket you want, karyaw? lend those 2 rackets (if your friends have any) for a few games, see which one suits you best

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    haha..still havent deicide.. now my friend telling me li-ning tp series is good..confused again..
    he say me got poor timing, no strength and cant control well =(

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    LoL, too many suggestion will just make you more confuse with the racket selection. You really should stick with what you prefer ... timing, strength and control can be practise and li ning racket aint cheap lol!!!

    The more you use your sw35 (If you ever get it) ... you will get the hang of it

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    yea..agree..for me..every racket is good enough to control..just it take time to adapt it

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    but the tp series also quite cheap..rm230 ++

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