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    it is hard for me accepting the fact that china changed to li-ning..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isegrim View Post
    it is hard for me accepting the fact that china changed to li-ning..
    but that's the reality
    life goes on.

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    What do you mean China changed to li-ning? u mean sponsor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    lol, what do you mean by so many ti-10s?
    I mean, why do so may pro players use Ti-10? It's not even really popular around club players(maybe, too good for us?)
    Like, what is there in Ti-10 that Pros like about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whittalboy View Post
    I mean, why do so may pro players use Ti-10? It's not even really popular around club players(maybe, too good for us?)
    Like, what is there in Ti-10 that Pros like about?
    It's a great racket but hard to come by today. The pros don't have that problem as they receive their rackets direct from Yonex. A lot of consumers just want the latest and "greatest" rackets whereas it's likely pros will want to stick with one frame that they like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danstevens View Post
    It's a great racket but hard to come by today. The pros don't have that problem as they receive their rackets direct from Yonex. A lot of consumers just want the latest and "greatest" rackets whereas it's likely pros will want to stick with one frame that they like.
    Yeah but although this happens the sponsor still does push them to use newer rackets - even though they may not particularaly like the racket - because of advertising .

    Although I think it is a good sacrafice from the players point of view

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    Quote Originally Posted by krisss View Post
    Yeah but although this happens the sponsor still does push them to use newer rackets - even though they may not particularaly like the racket - because of advertising .

    Although I think it is a good sacrafice from the players point of view
    Hmmm, me too. I know in tennis a lot of pros use a frame they like with a new frame's paintjob. Does this happen at all in badminton?

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    Does li ning make racquets if yes what will LD use if no will he still use AT700
    This may answer the previous question but if he uses what li ning give him won't he just use at700 frame with li ning styling and colours

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whittalboy View Post
    could anyone please tell me why SO MANY Ti-10s ???
    it is a fantastic racquet.

    if you read some reviews you'll see the general reaction has been very favorable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whittalboy View Post
    I mean, why do so may pro players use Ti-10? It's not even really popular around club players(maybe, too good for us?)
    Like, what is there in Ti-10 that Pros like about?
    That was way back in the day, check the posting date. Nowadays, the users are more scarce, but they're still there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danstevens View Post
    Hmmm, me too. I know in tennis a lot of pros use a frame they like with a new frame's paintjob. Does this happen at all in badminton?
    Never really seen this.

    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    Does li ning make racquets if yes what will LD use if no will he still use AT700
    This may answer the previous question but if he uses what li ning give him won't he just use at700 frame with li ning styling and colours
    Yeah Li Ning are making their own rackets. LD will be using there rackets . But I'm not sure how similiar it is to the AT 700

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    what racket is rasmussen using in sudirman cup, i know it's wilson but what model and i think this is the first time i saw a very shiny racket being used by professional players in big tournament

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    Can anyone post a picture of Li Ning racquet?

    I saw in Sudirman Cup, the female players such as Wang Lin and Wang Yi Han are struggling with Li Ning racquet making lots of unforced errors or blunders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat Jie View Post
    what racket is rasmussen using in sudirman cup, i know it's wilson but what model and i think this is the first time i saw a very shiny racket being used by professional players in big tournament
    Wilson K-Brave

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    Quote Originally Posted by greatmule View Post
    Can anyone post a picture of Li Ning racquet?

    I saw in Sudirman Cup, the female players such as Wang Lin and Wang Yi Han are struggling with Li Ning racquet making lots of unforced errors or blunders.
    http://www.yoger.com.cn/product/101903.html

    This is the link to Lin Dan's racket, Li Ning Woods N90
    Other Li Ning high-end rackets:
    Rocks N30 (Xie Xingfang), N33 (Cai Yun)
    Flame N50 (Fu Haifeng), N55 (Chen Jin)
    Storm N70 (Bao Chunlai), N77 (Du Jing, Yu Yang)

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    I wonder.. many profesionals guys use Arc10, while many public dont like Arc10 that muc.. Is the profesionals players really enjoy the Arc10 or do they get paid/contract just to use Arc10 while playing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aramistuscany View Post
    http://www.yoger.com.cn/product/101903.html

    This is the link to Lin Dan's racket, Li Ning Woods N90
    Other Li Ning high-end rackets:
    Rocks N30 (Xie Xingfang), N33 (Cai Yun)
    Flame N50 (Fu Haifeng), N55 (Chen Jin)
    Storm N70 (Bao Chunlai), N77 (Du Jing, Yu Yang)
    Thanks for th info
    am quite interested in the li ning products and am waiting patiently for the reviews

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