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    Thanks for a lot of reviews everyone , would anyone know how much the ti10 would cost in the U.K?

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    Normal price for a Ti-10 is about $110~120 CDN so... I assume.. it'll cost about .. 60 pound ~ 70 pounds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by quik_silver View Post
    Normal price for a Ti-10 is about $110~120 CDN so... I assume.. it'll cost about .. 60 pound ~ 70 pounds?
    thanks a lot , seems quite cheap for a racket , which when being reviewes id really good , I will look into getting one

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    WARNING : Stiff racket shaft combined with high tension strings = painful arm/elbow/shoulder

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    Quote Originally Posted by jk1980 View Post
    WARNING : Stiff racket shaft combined with high tension strings = painful arm/elbow/shoulder
    Last time I also had these kind of pain. I tend to smash and stroke with wrong technique (Tennis elbow) it caused my arm to be in state of agony during smashes. But after I corrected my smashing/stroking/swinging technique, I dont feel pain at all, perhaps this is a point to look up first before blaming the racket. But if all the techniques are correct, then if you are using stiff racket, you might wanna lower the strings tension.

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    I think a stiff racket is more useful at higher tensions, and so it makes sense that the Ti-10 is a stiff racket and can handle high tensions just like the Armortecs. Oddly enough I strung my MP25 at 28lbs with BG65 and despite being beat and old, it withstood that tension haha. All I'm saying is, the durability of the Ti-10 is generally good but you get horrible luck sometimes and you're stuck with a double edged sword; the more smashes the more likely it'll break. I'm actually hoping to own one of these when summer rolls back around. I'd love to test it out. I might even order it online since it's already much cheaper than the other high-end Yonex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mizivincible View Post
    Last time I also had these kind of pain. I tend to smash and stroke with wrong technique (Tennis elbow) it caused my arm to be in state of agony during smashes. But after I corrected my smashing/stroking/swinging technique, I dont feel pain at all, perhaps this is a point to look up first before blaming the racket. But if all the techniques are correct, then if you are using stiff racket, you might wanna lower the strings tension.

    Let's exchange racket next week and play for a whole day and see if you feel the same pain i've been feeling when i first switched over too ti-10.
    Oddly enough on the same day i played, there's no pain. It's after the game, almost to the next day. Or perhaps i haven't have enough rest cuz I continued playing a few days straight with only hours of rest in between.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jk1980 View Post
    Let's exchange racket next week and play for a whole day and see if you feel the same pain i've been feeling when i first switched over too ti-10.
    Oddly enough on the same day i played, there's no pain. It's after the game, almost to the next day. Or perhaps i haven't have enough rest cuz I continued playing a few days straight with only hours of rest in between.
    I guess that explains the situation

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    hhahaha... i also want to try ur Ti-10 jk1980..

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    Sure sure...but I want mizi to try using whole day. See will it hurt the arm or no.
    Like that we'll know whether it's the technique or the racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jk1980 View Post
    Sure sure...but I want mizi to try using whole day. See will it hurt the arm or no.
    Like that we'll know whether it's the technique or the racket.
    Not sure what you are trying to proof but if I just swing my arm without racket for one whole day I think it will fall off...

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    just kidding.. ti-10 very nice to play with and its can seduce u to play more... heeeeee... a lit bit hard for 1st time, need some adjustment. Bt, when u get familiar, u will rock with it..

    Quote Originally Posted by jk1980 View Post
    Sure sure...but I want mizi to try using whole day. See will it hurt the arm or no.
    Like that we'll know whether it's the technique or the racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jk1980 View Post
    Sure sure...but I want mizi to try using whole day. See will it hurt the arm or no.
    Like that we'll know whether it's the technique or the racket.
    But comparing to AT700, which is stiffer ? If AT700 is stiffer then I think no point, last time I had similar incident which is arm muscle painful, I thot my ProAce Widebody 33 is the cause because it is a lightweight racket,so I tend to smash with more power thus giving me the pain, after switching to AT700 the pain also there until Willi@m corrected my stroking and smashing technique, the birds definitely go down to court and at the same time it doesnt feel pain in the arm at all.

    BUT if Ti-10 is stiffer than then AT700 then I guess I'll give it a try

    Personally, I think because you really passionately playing extra hours than your arm can take thus you forgot the pain during the game and only feel it after the sessions finished

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    Quote Originally Posted by mizivincible View Post
    But comparing to AT700, which is stiffer ? If AT700 is stiffer then I think no point, last time I had similar incident which is arm muscle painful, I thot my ProAce Widebody 33 is the cause because it is a lightweight racket,so I tend to smash with more power thus giving me the pain, after switching to AT700 the pain also there until Willi@m corrected my stroking and smashing technique, the birds definitely go down to court and at the same time it doesnt feel pain in the arm at all.

    BUT if Ti-10 is stiffer than then AT700 then I guess I'll give it a try

    Personally, I think because you really passionately playing extra hours than your arm can take thus you forgot the pain during the game and only feel it after the sessions finished
    can get Wlli@m to get me to correct my strokes oso ah ?? my elbow hurts laa

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    It's probably your technique that needs attention

    My Ti-10s are strung at 30 lbs with BG-66 Sharp.
    The racquets are an absolute delight to play with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allanQ View Post
    can get Wlli@m to get me to correct my strokes oso ah ?? my elbow hurts laa
    Ahaha, you have to ask him then, but nothing wrong with your technique laa, it should be because of your smashing are damn strong !

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    I think it's a combination of factors. My older cheaper racquet never caused my arm to have any pain after playing games. And it is no way near as stiff as the Ti-10 of course. But then again, I never really played so frequently before before the Ti-10. In addition my technique/stroke improved a bit from the days when i was using my older racquet.

    So it boils down to the racquet + continuous stress to the muscles.
    In any case, I think the pain is less now than from the first weeks.
    Gradually I hope the muscles will build up to sustain these kind of impact and I'll really be able to unleash the Ti-10.

    Fingers crossed...and more training.

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