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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyYan View Post
    i personally think that wrist power will only do magic when u have a hh yet medium flex racket,BUT NOT STIFF. i smashed a 210km/h last month using a zforce 4ug5 at 27lbs using nanogy 98.
    I think wrist power is essential in badminton no matter what racket being used. IMHO, wrist power will help more on stiff racket since stiffer rackets generate less sling-shot effect compared to those flexible rackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyYan View Post
    i recommend 3u for more all-round performance...2u..like i said,smashing is kaw kaw! haha... but zforce needs a lil time to get used to...but once u knew the beast well....hehe time for some bazooka!!!
    if ur arm is strong enough,get a 2u version...it will SHINE BRIGHT LIKE A DIAMOND! HAHA

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    Quote Originally Posted by amaranth View Post
    I think wrist power is essential in badminton no matter what racket being used. IMHO, wrist power will help more on stiff racket since stiffer rackets generate less sling-shot effect compared to those flexible rackets.
    yes i couldnt deny... maybe its essential to you,but to me...i only use wrist power on drop shops,net kills and tricks. for smashing....the wrist only helps in making the shuttle goes steeper,IMHO too,wrist power is good for stiff racket but can perform really well medium flex racket like the n90,n55ii,n77ii.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyYan View Post
    i personally think that wrist power will only do magic when u have a hh yet medium flex racket,BUT NOT STIFF. i smashed a 210km/h last month using a zforce 4ug5 at 27lbs using nanogy 98.
    210KM/H is really good for recreational player like us..

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    Quote Originally Posted by amaranth View Post
    I think wrist power is essential in badminton no matter what racket being used. IMHO, wrist power will help more on stiff racket since stiffer rackets generate less sling-shot effect compared to those flexible rackets.
    Quote Originally Posted by DannyYan View Post
    yes i couldnt deny... maybe its essential to you,but to me...i only use wrist power on drop shops,net kills and tricks. for smashing....the wrist only helps in making the shuttle goes steeper,IMHO too,wrist power is good for stiff racket but can perform really well medium flex racket like the n90,n55ii,n77ii.....

    With regards to wrist, yes wrist is very crucial in Badminton. In smashing for example by flicking your wrist, your smash will be steeper and end up in the middle court, on the other hand, if you are using your arm, your smash will end up near the court end. About which racket can maximize the usage of wrist, in my opinion, it all depends on our wrist strength.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyYan View Post
    if ur arm is strong enough,get a 2u version...it will SHINE BRIGHT LIKE A DIAMOND! HAHA
    Sounds like Rihanna's song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    Sounds like Rihanna's song.
    yes it is! hahaha

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    Hmmm. I still quite confuse on picking a racket between vtzf or ns9900. i kinda like vtzf but afraid its too head heavy and waste money..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    With regards to wrist, yes wrist is very crucial in Badminton. In smashing for example by flicking your wrist, your smash will be steeper and end up in the middle court, on the other hand, if you are using your arm, your smash will end up near the court end. About which racket can maximize the usage of wrist, in my opinion, it all depends on our wrist strength.
    wrist is never use to smash but its only used to determine the direction and how deep ur shuttle goes.... it end up in the middle court,but not powerful enuf...and if u used only arm to smash,then ur shuttles energy will be very high,but still it is not steep....therefore... PRACTISE A GOOD AND CORRECT SMASHING STYLES and both ur problems will be solved. u can just use ur wrist all the time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joekruger View Post
    Hmmm. I still quite confuse on picking a racket between vtzf or ns9900. i kinda like vtzf but afraid its too head heavy and waste money..
    Don't get confused assess this:

    1. If you play doubles most of the time, take the ns9900 3u
    2. If play doubles and single like 50 - 50; take the VT-ZF 4u. In single game, you won't be needing extreme speed as ns9900 would provide.

    hope it helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyYan View Post
    wrist is never use to smash but its only used to determine the direction and how deep ur shuttle goes.... it end up in the middle court,but not powerful enuf...and if u used only arm to smash,then ur shuttles energy will be very high,but still it is not steep....therefore... PRACTISE A GOOD AND CORRECT SMASHING STYLES and both ur problems will be solved. u can just use ur wrist all the time
    i mean you cant* just exploit the use of wrist all the time

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyYan View Post
    wrist is never use to smash but its only used to determine the direction and how deep ur shuttle goes.... it end up in the middle court,but not powerful enuf...and if u used only arm to smash,then ur shuttles energy will be very high,but still it is not steep....therefore... PRACTISE A GOOD AND CORRECT SMASHING STYLES and both ur problems will be solved. u can just use ur wrist all the time
    I believe that my explanation above is not clear enough. What i mean by using wrist to do smash is that we use it together with our arm. It will make the smash more powerful and steep. If we are using arm only, the smash is quite powerful but it ended up near the end of the court or even going out. If we are using wrist only, the smash will be steep but not powerful, therefore we have to use both, steep and powerful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joekruger View Post
    Hmmm. I still quite confuse on picking a racket between vtzf or ns9900. i kinda like vtzf but afraid its too head heavy and waste money..
    If you have bought VTZF and feel that it is too heavy to handle, train your arm and wrist will do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amaranth View Post
    Don't get confused assess this:

    1. If you play doubles most of the time, take the ns9900 3u
    2. If play doubles and single like 50 - 50; take the VT-ZF 4u. In single game, you won't be needing extreme speed as ns9900 would provide.


    hope it helps!
    agreed! the 4u vtzf is more forgiving and it can be played in single and doubles...but it requires time to get used to because the frame is smaller.. my recommend : get my vt70 and vt80 at rm680, both this racket is good for doubles as i have them all in lighter version,that is 4u and 3u for the vt70...xDDDD.... goodluck on ur search buddy,if u have doubt yet,feel free to pm me.will help u as much as i could!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    I believe that my explanation above is not clear enough. What i mean by using wrist to do smash is that we use it together with our arm. It will make the smash more powerful and steep. If we are using arm only, the smash is quite powerful but it ended up near the end of the court or even going out. If we are using wrist only, the smash will be steep but not powerful, therefore we have to use both, steep and powerful.
    bingo! i m sorry if i din actually read it clearly and make a full understanding on it because i m listening to songs when i was reading ur review..hehe sorry chap! >.< forgive me

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    Danny since u are Malaysian, quote me current price for vtzf and ns9900. last week i saw at World of Rackets (Petama Complex) vtzf - Rm560 (racket + grip + bg66um).

    so far that the most cheap racket shop i ever seen. have any cheaper than that?

    Its genuine rite?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyYan View Post
    agreed! the 4u vtzf is more forgiving and it can be played in single and doubles...but it requires time to get used to because the frame is smaller.. my recommend : get my vt70 and vt80 at rm680, both this racket is good for doubles as i have them all in lighter version,that is 4u and 3u for the vt70...xDDDD.... goodluck on ur search buddy,if u have doubt yet,feel free to pm me.will help u as much as i could!

    VTZF frame is smaller than normal ISO frame racket, but it is not that hard to get used to, you will get used to it quite naturally, unlike arcsaber Z slash which you will feel quite awkward initially.

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