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    Quote Originally Posted by blinan8088 View Post
    Btw, I didn't see any pro using NS9000 type X. All pros who use NS9000 use type-S. Is type X too stiff even for pros?
    I know that Jens Eriksson uses the X, and I think Cai Yun does as well. Certainly none of the female pros use the X.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    I know that Jens Eriksson uses the X, and I think Cai Yun does as well. Certainly none of the female pros use the X.
    CY have changed for the AT900T from last year...

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    Why don't they use the At-900P for more power! This obviously mean the players know that the At-700 has way more power, just from simple head heaviness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    I know that Jens Eriksson uses the X, and I think Cai Yun does as well. Certainly none of the female pros use the X.
    ah, that's just not true, and here's the proof ...

    http://yonex.com/badminton/advisory_...gthongkam.html


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    Quote Originally Posted by KazeCloud View Post
    Why don't they use the At-900P for more power! This obviously mean the players know that the At-700 has way more power, just from simple head heaviness.
    It all depends on their own personal opinion. LCW switched to the at900p because he simply found the at900p the most powerful racquet to benifit his offensive playing style ( according to yonex.co.jp ), while Lin Dan continues to use the old at700 because he thinks it's the best for him.. ( also according to yonex.co.jp )
    It seems like that there are more pro's using the at700 than the at900p though.

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    most of chinese single player use at-700 and they like it

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    From my observations,AT900P users r those who play both control n power..built more for all round player,rather than just offensive.AT900P might not be the most powerful racket in the yonex production line like AT700,but it surely is one of the best option for players to get both decent power n control.So,if incase u're wondering what racket u need,u should think of what kind of player u r.If all u have is power n u love attacking more than anything else,go for AT700.Offensive player's dream racket.If ur power is not that big,but u love to play offensive,n u also love to play control..then ur best option is AT900P..since if u use AT700,it'll wear u down faster.If u play more control,defense,n sometimes attacking..AT900T is ur best option.Don't look down on this racket.It might not be the best offensive racket,but this racket can also preety beast.So..there's no way to say AT what is better than that AT,since players preference may vary.Depends on their playing style,hence they pick different rackets..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz View Post
    ah, that's just not true, and here's the proof ...

    http://yonex.com/badminton/advisory_...gthongkam.html

    Oh, Saralee! Good shout. The last time I saw her play was the '05 All England - where, I think, LCW was using an AT500. Shows how long ago THAT was...

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    hmmm, i don't remember ever seeing LCW using the at500, though i must admit i'm not the best at noticing these things, or renowned for my memory. i only ever remember seeing him use the mp88, ns8k, ns9k and at900.

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    Yonex just added a section to their website, so check it out here

    The big news is that Players racquets, and shoes are being public, but now Yonex officially lists who uses what kind of string. String tensions are still not public though...

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    Ah Great find there man Thumbs Up!

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    saw Tony Gunawan in action at Bay Badminton tournament yesterday and he was using ArcSaber 10 for doubles and AT700 for singles game.

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    yeah i wonder what string tension halim and tony use. halims smash is so damn good

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    i believe halim about 31lbs

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    Default Just curious

    Does anyone know which racquet does these players use?

    Wong Mew Choo
    Wang Chen
    Kenneth Jonassen
    Pi Hongyan
    Hwang Ji-man
    Lee Jae-jin
    Park Sung-Hwan
    Kendrik Lee


    Thanks
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    do you know what string halim uses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badmintan View Post
    Does anyone know which racquet does these players use?

    Wong Mew Choo- NS7000?
    Wang Chen- Sotx??
    Kenneth Jonassen
    Pi Hongyan
    Hwang Ji-man
    Lee Jae-jin
    Park Sung-Hwan- NS9000
    Kendrik Lee


    Thanks
    Not sure whether correct

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