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    I know over 90% of player choose Yonex as their main rackets. But anybody use Gosen as main racket and what do you feel of it?

    Which model of Gosen you choose? Especially Root Gaven 5000 Ti, it is the racket I choose.

    In this year HK Open, I saw Wang C. of HK use Gosen, but I'm not sure which model she used (It seems 2200Ti because the shaft is pink in colour). Anybody have any idea?

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    http://shuttle-house.com/Page_top/MA...MIDDLE/P32.htm

    Wang Cheng is using 3500.

    There are many discussions on Gosen rackets before, please try the search function.

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    I'm using Gosen 3500 Wpp. But it is not really my main racket. I interchange sometimes with Yonex AT700.

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    Originally posted by ants
    I'm using Gosen 3500 Wpp. But it is not really my main racket. I interchange sometimes with Yonex AT700.
    3500 or 5300? i use the 5300 unless i wanna whip out the 900sx and perhaps break it. 5300 has nice power and control, but the feel isnt as good as the 900sx

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    from what i heard..

    there's this gosen racquet solely for sponsored players..... which means this racquet is unavailable on the market


    and also.......... sponsored racquets don't have the model name printed on the racquet.....


    and most malaysians singles and doubles use Yonex's racquets although they have A Large Gosen Logo Printed On Their Strings.....

    Wong CH - Cab 21
    Choong/Lee - Cab21(not sure bout this)

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    Originally posted by fhchiang
    from what i heard..

    there's this gosen racquet solely for sponsored players..... which means this racquet is unavailable on the market


    and also.......... sponsored racquets don't have the model name printed on the racquet.....
    3500 is a new model which is published on Gosen Japan 2004 catalog. I don't surprise if it is not available in other countries at this moment.

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    man... why couldn't they have released the 3500 in the US about 2 months ago??

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    Based on the usage of my 3500 , its made from Titanium compare to 5300 which is made from Aermet. 3500 is lighter and more flexible than 5300 which is stiffer. You can check this thread http://www.badmintonforum.com/vb/sho...ght=gosen+3500

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    Originally posted by Ricky
    3500 is a new model which is published on Gosen Japan 2004 catalog. I don't surprise if it is not available in other countries at this moment.
    Ricky, i don't this it's 3500
    erm it's blue in colour.....


    there's a gosen racquet on the market which has the same appearance... BUT it's isometric head.... while this sponsored racquet is oval....

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    3500 is not blue color. 5300 is blue in color. You can check the thread i posted regarding 3500.

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    Originally posted by fhchiang
    Ricky, i don't this it's 3500
    erm it's blue in colour.....


    there's a gosen racquet on the market which has the same appearance... BUT it's isometric head.... while this sponsored racquet is oval....
    I was a bit confused ... isn't the racket shown in the Gosen catalog in red color and oval shape ? It matches the appearance of what Wang Cheng was holding in the picture as well (I think it is the same racket as ants reviewed).

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    i'm not talking about wang chen's racquet.....

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