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    check out the blood on the floor

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    why do you smash people's head with the racket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RisingTide View Post
    check out the blood on the floor
    i dun think is blood...

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    My apacs olympic 080808 (ES10 with a different paint-job) broke during a match in my last singles tournament.

    After a smash in an important rally in the end of the trird set my handle felt spongy, so i realized that something was wrong and switched rackets.
    Later when coming home I noticed the following when removing the grips. I have only had the racket for like 6 months or so, hopefully I'll get a new one or the handle replaced by warranty. Otherwise i guess I'll try replacing the handle myself using some crappy racket i have lying aroud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jesuz View Post
    My apacs olympic 080808 (ES10 with a different paint-job) broke during a match in my last singles tournament.

    After a smash in an important rally in the end of the trird set my handle felt spongy, so i realized that something was wrong and switched rackets.
    Later when coming home I noticed the following when removing the grips. I have only had the racket for like 6 months or so, hopefully I'll get a new one or the handle replaced by warranty. Otherwise i guess I'll try replacing the handle myself using some crappy racket i have lying aroud.
    u shld be happy that's not a arc 10....

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    Quote Originally Posted by xiaoheng View Post
    u shld be happy that's not a arc 10....
    arc 10 isnt all that great >.>
    some people perfer other brands not just yonex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathsticks View Post
    arc 10 isnt all that great >.>
    some people perfer other brands not just yonex
    FYI i'm not saying that arc 10 is great... wat i mean is the price of arc 10 compared to es10...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RisingTide View Post
    check out the blood on the floor
    Is that not one of Carltons Airblade Series ?

    One of my club mate has this racquet and I told him that if that racquet is gonna break, its going to be at the 9 and 3 O'clock positions. Those grommets are so near the edge of the frame that it weakens the frame a lot. One small hit there and its going to snap, specially if the tension is high.

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    Here's a racket I broke 2 years ago (it's taken a while to post the pictures here!) It was clashed with a steel racket after the beginner I was playing with ran from the back of the court to the net to hit a shot, when I was at the net already trying to kill the opponents mishit.

    The racket wasn't going to be in the way of his racket swing, however my head was... As a natural reaction I moved the racket in the way and it got a hair line crack. It broke the following week on a normal clear. Surprised it survived for a week after the collision!







    Sorry for the poor lighting on the images.

    I haven't broken any rackets in the 2 years since though, so I can't complain too much!

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    LOL... the apacs wood so weak ar

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    I have been meaning to post this for a while actually this happened a while back but haven't gotten around to posting it. 1 of my Black Knight Vortex Radon finally broke after a year of use. it was strung around 27-29lbs and it broke on a smash return.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DairyRon View Post
    LOL... the apacs wood so weak ar
    Ya..i had the same problem back then when i was still using apacs.Their wood is *****.It happend to my 900 power too(900T clone).

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    what's happened, nobody broke a racket, in the last 4 months ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    what's happened, nobody broke a racket, in the last 4 months ?
    Yup, Li Ning Rackets too good quality LOL jk xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flexsis View Post
    Yup, Li Ning Rackets too good quality LOL jk xD
    LOL, however, I think you are correct. Also, I think the overall quality of rackets, from the three big brands (Yonex, Li Ning and Victor) has improved, I haven't heard of anyone breaking a Li Ning racket or Victor racket, and NS9900 durability, is very good meaning Yonex must have brought up their QC levels

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    LOL, however, I think you are correct. Also, I think the overall quality of rackets, from the three big brands (Yonex, Li Ning and Victor) has improved, I haven't heard of anyone breaking a Li Ning racket or Victor racket, and NS9900 durability, is very good meaning Yonex must have brought up their QC levels
    Maybe so, I think the New Yonex Rackets are a bit more durable nowadays, probably because of the competitors =/

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    LOL, however, I think you are correct. Also, I think the overall quality of rackets, from the three big brands (Yonex, Li Ning and Victor) has improved, I haven't heard of anyone breaking a Li Ning racket or Victor racket, and NS9900 durability, is very good meaning Yonex must have brought up their QC levels

    interesting choice


    i really need to get a camera or steal my gf's for a while
    plenty of rackets that have pasted on

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