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    Question What kind of racquet is Ti 10 singles,doubles, mixed doubles and why?

    What kind of racquet is Ti 10 singles,doubles, mixed doubles and why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaymondLin
    What kind of racquet is Ti 10 singles,doubles, mixed doubles and why?
    I am not understanding your questions, Can you re-phrase it?

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    Ti-10 is an all around racket. it has been used for all events. i don't think it can be classified one or the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun
    Ti-10 is an all around racket. it has been used for all events. i don't think it can be classified one or the other.
    What I mean is BlueJeff is what kind of racquet is Ti 10 like, better for singles, doubles or mixed doubles play. Sorry for the misunderstandment for the question and thanx Kwun for the answer

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    Like Kwun said, its for anything. Technically head heavy rackets are meant for singles for power, but people use it in mixed and doubles also. I think if your going to pick a racket, pick one that suits your style, not the even you play. You'll be happier that way. Any racket you feel comfortable with, you'll play best with in any event.

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