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    Post Please Recommend what racket to buy

    I think my level is intermediate. Right now i am using Arcsaber - 7. But while playing with that racket i don't see any confidence in me. While training if i swing for a couple of minutes, i started to feel fatigue in my upper arms and fore arms where i don't feel like continuing to swing more. I feel really exhausted too. Does it concern with rackets ? I feel like i am not confident and comfortable with the rackets. Right now i am thinking of getting a new racket. I want a racket which have control, power , and the racket must also be light one(but not too light).The rackets in my ideas are Voltric Z Force 2 , Voltric 80 and Nano Ray Z Speed. If i have to buy among those rackets what weight must i buy 4U or 5U. Please Give Suggestions pls. Plus any other recommendation on rackets. (P.S - i will be only using Yonex )

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    none of those model u want come in 5u. In 4u i would say its lighter than ur arc7

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    As u said if 4U is lighter then arc7 does that mean i have to use more power which can lead to fatigue. any recommendation ? yeah sry about that i mean 3u and 4u pls suggest. i have been thinking for really a long time what to buy

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    currently using Zspeed .Getting a third piece as a spare as its just so nice for me. For you i would say you could get a Voltric 80 at 4u or a Arcsaber fb at 5u. Both are not that bad at conservation of energy but still provides decent power😀

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    I don't see how going from even-balanced and medium stiff to head-heavy and stiff is going to lessen your fatigue, in my book both of those mean increased fatigue/difficulty of handling. But to each his own I guess, just make sure to try them before you buy or you might get the opposite effect...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickey_kst View Post
    Plus any other recommendation on rackets. (P.S - i will be only using Yonex )
    What about Nanoray 900, this is the racket popular for fast double play, won't cause sore arm after lots of smashing but still got decent power, great control and defense.

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    Maybe u can try out the jetspeed 10.it has 4u n 5u and its like a lighter version of z force.

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    I think that any stiff racket will gain your problem. If it's head heavy, too it will gain your problem by factor 9000. I think you should work on your technique, try other rackets from mates and lower your tension next time first before the racket is the culprit. FME the Arc 7 is an easy to use allround racket which will suit alot of players.
    Don't go for anything lighter than 4U. Dismiss the Voltrics exclude 60 and 70, forget the Z speed and any Nanoray will do more harm than help. IMO your racket is a good choice. Maybe the combination of tension/technique is the culprit. Some weight training to be in a fitter mood is always good.

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