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    Default Please give me a racket for both single and double

    Hi
    I have problem with which racket should I choose. So I need your help.
    My style play is Smash a lot, some cut and drop. Play both single and double.


    I have tried on Voltric Z-Force II 4U before and I think it's little bit exhausting.


    so my need is racket that powerful without exhausting.
    now I looking at VT80 4U and TK9000 4U
    this 2 choices are suit my style?
    or if you have any racket to recommend please give me an advice.


    Thanks

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    For Yonex
    Try Arc 10 4U or NS9900 3U,

    For Victor
    Try Mx jjs 4U or Mx80 4U

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuugut View Post
    Hi
    I have problem with which racket should I choose. So I need your help.
    My style play is Smash a lot, some cut and drop. Play both single and double.


    I have tried on Voltric Z-Force II 4U before and I think it's little bit exhausting.


    so my need is racket that powerful without exhausting.
    now I looking at VT80 4U and TK9000 4U
    this 2 choices are suit my style?
    or if you have any racket to recommend please give me an advice.


    Thanks
    can you please explain the "exhausting" part? are you just tired after a few shots of smashing, or are you feeling pain after a few shots of smashing? are you out of breath from hitting or from running?

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    I think i understand a bit of "exhausting" that you meant. Had similar feeling after use VT80 3U. Try 4U Victor Brave Sword series + victor powerizer attached at 12 & 6 o'clock position. It solves the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T.O.P View Post
    For Yonex
    Try Arc 10 4U or NS9900 3U,

    For Victor
    Try Mx jjs 4U or Mx80 4U
    If I recall correctly, Arcs 10 does not come in 4U weight class.

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    Yonex Voltric 80 might be a better choice if you want a less-extreme VZFII. Certainly, if you are exhausted after a while, the voltric 80 will bring you a little relief but if you need much more energy, you might want to look elsewhere like nanoray.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T.O.P View Post
    For Yonex
    Try Arc 10 4U or NS9900 3U,

    For Victor
    Try Mx jjs 4U or Mx80 4U
    arc10 & jjs no longer manufactured.

    try arc11 and mx90

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    From Victor, would recommend TK-9ooo or TK-6ooo, both in 4u. TK-6ooo being a notch less stiff than TK-9ooo is less exhausting. But, without a doubt, TK-9ooo is currently the most powerful racket in the Thruster-K line-up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeddyC View Post
    TK-6ooo being a notch less stiff than TK-9ooo is less exhausting.

    ...meant to say TK-6ooo is less exhausting than TK-9ooo...

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