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    Default Should I buy another Z-force?

    So I have a yonex voltric z force and I was thinking of buying a different racket. But in a second thought, i would not be able to adjust from switch one racket to another. So should I get the same racket? Or should I a different racket?

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    yup. get another one

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    If ZF serves you well, stick with it

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    Depends... if you're completely happy with it, then why change? If not, then what're you looking to improve? Speed, defence, maneuverability? Doubles or singles?

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    I have the same thought as you buddy! I own a zforce now and I'm thinking of getting victor MX80 or stick with zforce. I'm currently using zforce 4U since I play double most of the time. And I saw good feedback and reviews about MX80. If I were to stick with zforce, I'm thinking of getting 3U. OMG!! This is really bugging me!!

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    I have a 4u VZTF but I find it too slow for level doubles. This is where a fast frame shines, like my MX80 or70. Or my P Pro and RKEP xp70. Caution about the MX80 as it's one of the stiffest rackets still in production. If you don't have the power or technique, your shoulder and arm are gonna hurt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    I have a 4u VZTF but I find it too slow for level doubles. This is where a fast frame shines, like my MX80 or70. Or my P Pro and RKEP xp70. Caution about the MX80 as it's one of the stiffest rackets still in production. If you don't have the power or technique, your shoulder and arm are gonna hurt.
    For slightly faster racket than 4U VTZF & that powerful, should we get 3U MX80 or 4U MX80?

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    My 4u VZTF is 82.9g bp315mm dry. For a comparably powerful MX80, you'll need one around 87g bp298mm dry.

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    @visor

    It would be 3U MX80 then ....

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    I have no problem using a 3U ZF for double

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Depends... if you're completely happy with it, then why change? If not, then what're you looking to improve? Speed, defence, maneuverability? Doubles or singles?
    I find myself clearing and smashing a lot. So should I stick to Z force?

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    if you're clearing 'a lot' then you need to change tactics!

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    Quote Originally Posted by justich View Post
    I find myself clearing and smashing a lot. So should I stick to Z force?
    yep, it's excellent for those shots... but as amleto says, you can throw in a couple of drops, slices, drives, etc to spice things up a bit in order to throw off your opponent.

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    I transited from the NS9900 to ARC10 and now to VTZF 4U, its a really wonderful racquet that its my main and i have 3 in total.. cant afford to get another diff racquet cause the 'feeling' is diff, you need to readjust your swinging time, how you hit clears defences etc2.. So if youre happy with it, get another one.. and maximise your racquet to the fullest to get the most out of it! cheers!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by justich View Post
    I find myself clearing and smashing a lot. So should I stick to Z force?
    Are you no finding yourself defending quite often? I do...

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    You should have at least 2 of the same racket to serve as a backup if the strings snap.
    I have 2 VTZF 4U and alternate between them every other set.

    Personally I dont believe in using different rackets for singles & doubles as the strokes may run especially for those drops and net play.

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    if you are comfortable with it you should get 2

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