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    Default the best attacking racket

    what is the best racquet for attacking need opinion.

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    the best racket for attacking is a squash racket with lead tape. and spikes on.

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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA wow LOL

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    there is no such thing , it depends on your power

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahehehehe View Post
    there is no such thing , it depends on your power
    and on so many other variables, BP. swing speed, skill level, weight, shuttle, grip size, aero, humidity, strings, tension, ...

    and then factor in your level of enthusiasm for any given day.

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    there are rackets which are "better" for attacking, but the "best", sorry, no such thing. and even for the rackets that are "better" for attacking it still rely on the player as someone else had mentioned already.

    in a very very general sense, head heavy rackets will give you a little more punch, but then i'm also making a lot of assumptions.

    if you want real advice, you'll need to give us a lot more details please

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    now I use Yonex Ti10 string bg66 27lbs tension and APAC lethal 85 string nbg99 tension 27lbs. I want to find a new racket better than now.im play more to attack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by osmanarif View Post
    now I use Yonex Ti10 string bg66 27lbs tension and APAC lethal 85 string nbg99 tension 27lbs. I want to find a new racket better than now.im play more to attack.
    i don't know which gen Ti10 you have, but if you have a 3rd gen, which i also do, it attacks fine, and you have bg66 which is a repulsive string too. if you want something more try a voltric 70, the shaft flex is about the same, but don't quote me on that. it's lighter in weight, but head heavy balance so it might swing a bit heavier for you. try the racket with the same string same tension and see if you notice the difference.

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    Try the BS series or the Thruster series

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    Try VT-ZF or VT-80 racquets. They are one of the better options available for attacking players.

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