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    Default need recommendation everyone...

    this is my second thread about wanting racket recommendation..
    i play mostly in double..but recently started to play single again to practice my shot placement..have been playing serious for 3 years..i can say that i am all around player..my smash not strong,not decent on net play but i can place the shuttle where i want..been using the following racket throughout 3 years, yangyang titanium woven ti 2.0,proace 5000 energy,flex saber weapon 10 & aero widebody 28,lining n50II,apacs nano 900 power..among that racket i play my apacs regularly which strung at 25lb..

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    you mean you want recommendation for new racket??

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    Yupp..not obvious for you? Sorry.

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    We thought you were writing your biography

    Still not sure what you expect out of your new racket you want a recommendation for ... "smash not strong & not decent on net play" = need training, not new racket?

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    Still i can give hard smash but not as strong as a pro smash..net play is weakness for all people except pro..and most of the time, i focus my training more on my shuttle placement and learn on game strategy..

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    Quote Originally Posted by trapatoni View Post
    Still i can give hard smash but not as strong as a pro smash..net play is weakness for all people except pro..and most of the time, i focus my training more on my shuttle placement and learn on game strategy..
    We don't need to talk the abilities of a pro and yours. We want to know your strength and weakness, your likings and needs. Everytime the same game. Wo kommen diese Graupen eigentlich her?

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    well, if you want to smash like pro, you have to train like a pro...
    that is if you really want......
    to get better in sport, you have to train, not upgrade your equipment.....
    if you want to get better in net play, train your control on the birdie at net area...
    if you want to smash like pro, strengthen your arm and polish your technique....
    buying a Yonex VTZF wont make you smash like LCW instantly.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by trapatoni View Post
    Still i can give hard smash but not as strong as a pro smash..net play is weakness for all people except pro..and most of the time, i focus my training more on my shuttle placement and learn on game strategy..
    No, net play is a weakness for people who don't practice it (and it's all relative to your opposition anyway, nothing to do with pro or not)

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    I will take my time to state in this thread a bug bear about the general approach of racket recommendation threads. Typically what people ask for is the strengths/weaknesses of the player. This is irrelevant! Yes, I really said that! What is relevant is the player's current racket and what they want more of, and what they are willing to sacrifice to get it!

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