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    Default Victor BS08 or BS09?

    Hello people 😃 I'm a 15 years old player and is looking for a new racket, I'm planning to buy BS08 or BS09 as I am not that rich xDD I play both singles and doubles, I am an all round player, slightly towards attacking, any recommendations? Thanks cheers! 😁

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    BS09 is discontinued. Doubt you would be able to get a BS08 in Singapore unless its used.

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    E-Link is selling the BS08 for $150...Brand new.

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    Hmmm I'll be getting it at elink sports but which racket do u guys think will be more suitable for my playing type? Need recommendations thanks ^^

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    Go for the 09. Great balance of offensive and defensive play due to the even balance. Medium stiff shaft makes it easy to use yet gives sufficient punch on the offence if your swing technique and timing adjust to it. Definitely good for both singles and doubles play but I'd recommend it for doubles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ch1k0 View Post
    Go for the 09. Great balance of offensive and defensive play due to the even balance. Medium stiff shaft makes it easy to use yet gives sufficient punch on the offence if your swing technique and timing adjust to it. Definitely good for both singles and doubles play but I'd recommend it for doubles.
    Thanks for the info ^^ saving up now hopefully I will be able to get it during the June holidays

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