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    At first you say you can barely reach the baseline on clears, now you are higher then[sic] intermediate.
    And you think the NR100 feels stiff. I get the feeling that you are just benefiting from the head-heaviness of the vt9. I believe you would further benefit from a more flexible head-heavy racket e.g. vt3/5/7/60/70.

    However, you are not interested in those rackets because...?


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    Sorry, I myself did not knew what was I typing at that time. So basically, I feel that NR 20 is much heavier then the ultra light weight VT9 (even most of my friend says so). Since I'm not a so expert in describing and stuffs, I feel that my NR20 is lacking something. It is the lowest-end model for the nanoray series too.
    And yes, in the beginning when I begin to even hold VT9 I can feel that it is somehow different from my NR20 ( should be the head heaviness) and it is hard to wield it. Now, I feel much better with VT9 , but still okay with NR20. I think I will go aiming for a stiff racquet.

    Just broke the string for NR20 this tuesday -
    Stringed using Yonex ES5 Protech @ 24lbs ( recommended) with bg 68 titanium
    2months.
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    So basically, I think I am going for the braveswords and the super waves series. vt70 should be good. but is really over my budget. As for voltric 60.. hmm. Overall, I am just a high school kid. Sorry for all the trouble

    The superwaves are way cheaper and I am still considering for braveswords.


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    Now, the best thing would be..me stepping in the shop >test swing the racquets and see which is better for me.

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    Mod please close thread. Interested in other rackets now. Thanks all those who commented and suggestions, really very valuable

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    well, just go for it if u feel comfortable....
    racket choice is depends on personal preference and playing style....
    no body can suggest it for u...
    but if u are having problems to clear to baseline then avoid stiff racket.....
    try medium stiffness first or gain some strength.....

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