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    Question mid-flex/flexible shaft + balanced a little head heavy + 4U weight= ???

    1) Whats the attribute of mid-flex/flexible shaft + balanced a LITTLE head heavy + 4U weight? Can it be a all round racket with good smash & control?

    2) Suggest me good yonex, wilson, gosen, li-ning racket with mid-flex/flexible shaft + balanced a little head heavy + 4U weight

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    A flexible shaft makes it easier to get power out of, but the maximum power out is smaller. Slightly head heavy is slightly good for smashes, but the 4U weight is likely to negate that and more. Honestly sounds like a weird set-up. Might be good for the most feeble players.

    What are you like as a player, and what will you play? Telling us that will be much more useful.

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    Similar Yonex VT 60.
    or wait for Yonex VT 30.

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    A racket that perfectly matches your desired specs: the Li-Ning Powertec 310 Ti.

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    Thank you very much, i bough Gosen Mirapro 700 yesterday.. with mid flex, even balanced, 84 gsm, nonology 95 with 23lb. wow it generates good power and control.

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    the description seems like Yonex AT600 and Yonex AT Tour

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    at600 sounds right

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    Another vote for the AT600, I have the 4U and it's a delight to play with

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    Guys he already bought a racket.

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