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    Default Asking about Lining N90 Lin Dan

    I mostly play double so i wouls like to ask that does Lining N90 suit for double?

    Thank you

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    Based on my experience, it's too slow for doubles. If you have strong arms, I think you'll be fine but I still dont recommend it.

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    There's no hard and fast rule when it comes to racquet selection. It depends on your playing style.

    If you are a baseline player and keep hitting smashes from the rear, then a N90 might be suitable for you.

    If you are a front player, the N90 will be too unwieldy.

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    no, its not bro. trust me, i have 3 n90 uhukk3

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    play squash for the next 3 months, den go back badminton with n90 ..

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    Try Fu HaiFeng's or Cai Yun's rackets for doubles, if you want to stick to Li-Ning.

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    In badminton, there's no such thing as 100% baseline player. You still need to move to the center and front. N90 is strictly a singles racket. Everything forehand is excellent but everything backhand is a nightmare especially in doubles. I had 2 and sold all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuugut View Post
    I mostly play double so i wouls like to ask that does Lining N90 suit for double?

    Thank you
    if you are strong yes, if you are weak, no!

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    FHF's racket is still very heavy in my opinion, for doubles. it is very possible that i am weak, but of the three Li Ning, N90, N50, and N80, the N80 is the lightest of the three heavy rackets.

    i respectfully disagree that the N90 will give you a nightmare hitting backhand for doubles. i believe that because of the swing weight, the N90 will slow down your "quickness" which is needed in doubles, for both forehand and backhand.

    when i play singles, the N90 is pretty balance, just a tad bit heavier than i needed. for doubles, my reaction slows down dramatically whether it be a forehand shot or a backhand shot.

    i terms of communciation from the racket, the Li Ning rackets i have listed communicates very well.

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