07-20-2013, 04:02 PM #18
yeah, Maybe you're right. Other people (I think it was Mark A and Paul Stewart) said their T500's felt "off", like it didn't play well and the shaft torqued a lot. Maybe I'm lucky
On the other hand, I've practically stripped every one of them of their decals; they're all basically black&white rackets now.
07-21-2013, 03:17 AM #19
07-21-2013, 04:11 AM #20
Depends what you're looking (IE. Head-heavy, head-light, even-balance...) and your playing style...Someone can recommend a racket but you could have a completely different experience with it.
My first racket was a Tantrum 300 and it worked well for me since it was pretty even-balanced racket and I didn't have a reference as to whether or not I wanted a head-light/heavy racket. I ended up buying a Lethal 70 afterwards since I wanted a little bit more of a head-heavy racket since I have a pretty aggresive playing style. Now I use the T300 for doubles and L70 for singles.
What racket are you currently playing with?
07-21-2013, 04:41 AM #21
07-21-2013, 02:42 PM #22
Here is a good video by Minh Tran which talks about the Edgesaber Z Slayer and Tantrum 200:
If you're looking for a more powerful smash then I would steer you more towards the Lethal series which is a little more head heavy compared to your Z Slayer. You could either get a Lethal 70 or 90 or if you really want to go extremely head heavy, Lethal 100. At the same time, I assuming that you have the proper technique and wrist power for your smashes...
07-22-2013, 04:14 AM #23
09-28-2013, 10:14 AM #24
I own one Apacs virtuoso performance, you wont regret getting one, speed & power are there. I switched from Lethal 90 to AVP.