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    i very headache about choosing for what kind for racket .. Yonex vt80 , yonex z speed , tk8000 , mx jjs or mx90 ?? Those the racket which 1 suit for smashing ... Hope some person can provide some information ..thank

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    All are prefect, question is which racket u ready and able to handle...especially those heavy hammer head frame....what stype of your play by saying smashing racket?
    ur style is like Hariyanto Arbi aka doing smashing only for all the 21 points in every game?

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    Not every point from smashing ...I more like racket with heavy head ..

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    if you full of confident then begin with Zforce 3u if fail to handle then down grade it to 4u.
    Hammer like LCW style !!

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    By the ways ..staft more stiff more good ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayson-chew View Post
    By the ways ..staft more stiff more good ??
    if u can handle then it good bcoz more accurate shot

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    IMO a one shot racket is not a good strategy. Especially for singles you use the smash rarely, only if you can create a situation which is suitable for a good placed smash. If you play at higher level players a smash is not a shot for winning points if your opponent is quick, has good footwork and a good defence.
    A 2U NRZS is a good racket for smashing but your defence will suffer for sure.

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    Thank for all comment ....I already choose tk8000 for my badminton racket ...

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