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    Default Arcsaber Z-Slash vs Li-Ning N90 ii

    Hello.

    If you had to buy a new racket, and you should choose
    Arcsaber Z-Slash or Li-Ning N90 ii, which one would you choose then?


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    Hi Jacob.
    Before we can give you an advice, we need some informations about you.
    1. Do you play more singles or doubles?
    2. What's your current, previous racket?
    3. What's your level of play?
    4. What type of player are you?

    Without this informations I would go for the Z-Slash.

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    1. Do you play more singles or doubles?
    I play mostly singles
    2. What's your current, previous racket?
    My previous ketcher was a FZ Forza N-Norze Denmark no.1
    3. What's your level of play?
    My level of play? Kind of low, but I enjoy playing badminton. I'm practicing 3-4 a week, and i'm 16 years old.
    4. What type of player are you?
    I'm the allround type. I change my play in proportion to who I play against-

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    Related to your current racket and style of play, the ARC ZS is more close than the N90II. If you are looking for something really headheavy, go for the N90II, otherwise go for the ZS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobmouritsen View Post
    1. Do you play more singles or doubles?
    I play mostly singles
    2. What's your current, previous racket?
    My previous ketcher was a FZ Forza N-Norze Denmark no.1
    3. What's your level of play?
    My level of play? Kind of low, but I enjoy playing badminton. I'm practicing 3-4 a week, and i'm 16 years old.
    4. What type of player are you?
    I'm the allround type. I change my play in proportion to who I play against-
    16? kinda young(although you're older than me)why don't you try something like N50, arc10...blah blah blah, they are balanced racket

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    I agree, even balanced rackets are very good for singles, providing decent speed and power. If you enjoy pounding your opponent with heavy smashes whenever you get the chance, I would give the Li-Ning a try. If you want a faster racket that's more even the Z-Slash would be a good choice, providing precision for good work up in front of the net and in the mid-court area.

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    agreed, since you're a all-around player, why don't give balanced racket a try?

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