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    Default Help!!!!confused between choosing two rackets

    HI.i recently lost my racket and want a new one.i have shortlisted my choices to Nanoray 100 and voltric 9 as they r undr my budget.i am an intermediate player with very good smashes and drops but bad backhand clearances.plz help me choose one or suggest a new yonex on only.thanks in advance

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    i have already used nanospeed 600, mp 29 light, carbonex 21 and arc saber 003

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    nanospeed 6000 sorry!

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    A voltric 5 should be ideal one for you!

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    i second on the voltric 5, a bit more weight might help you with your clear given that you have good form?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gundamzaku View Post
    i second on the voltric 5, a bit more weight might help you with your clear given that you have good form?
    i have good form but why is voltric 5 better than 9 for me?v9 already seems pretty good

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    Interest in voltric 9? My friend selling at rm230.. New and unstrung

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    Quote Originally Posted by AceKillr 97 View Post
    i have good form but why is voltric 5 better than 9 for me?v9 already seems pretty good
    Voltric 9 is a stiff racket. In fact it's much stiffer than a VT 70. If you have problem with your backhand clearances, it means that your wrist hasn't developed the right technique just as yet. Voltric 5 is head heavy and also has a medium flex shaft. It will help you generate more power and is a lot more forgiving than the VT 9!

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    What about VT7 then???

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    Quote Originally Posted by AceKillr 97 View Post
    What about VT7 then???
    Less stiffer than VT9
    Less Head Heavy than the VT5

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    All my friends who have seen me play and also my school coach recommended me to buy a stiff racket as my smashing is my main strength. so i think i will go for the voltric 9.

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    Want buy from my friend? Rm230 only

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    if you are offensive type player VT9 is more suits you than nanoray 100.....
    nanoray series suitable for defensive player or control players...
    one more, you said that you have problems with your backhand, why dont you get a less stiffer racket as it can produce more power for your backhand....
    VT5 maybe a better alternative and cheaper.....

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    I got voltric 5 a few days ago and it is awesome!!!!!thanks to everyone

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    as it turned out voltric 5 is great for me but my drops have not been good as i expected in tournaments.can anyone suggest a swift racket for me.it should work good if my drop technique has a problem.my eyes are on nanoray series currently

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    maybe you still not used to the racket....
    take some time and try to get used to it.....
    imo, it's still too soon to decide....

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    Quote Originally Posted by AceKillr 97 View Post
    as it turned out voltric 5 is great for me but my drops have not been good as i expected in tournaments.can anyone suggest a swift racket for me.it should work good if my drop technique has a problem.my eyes are on nanoray series currently
    Take some time mate - just because you're not Lin Dan after your first few matches with a brand new racket doesn't mean you need to change.
    There is a weight and swing difference, that your body and eyes will get used to. Your touch with this particular racket will get better with a little time - be patient, or we'd all be switching rackets after every point! Good luck!

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