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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocker View Post
    Thank you for sharing

    Educational Purpose?! Like That!!
    I meant educational purpose as in that the match showcases a lot of very high quality shot making by both players. What were you thinking haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzards View Post
    I meant educational purpose as in that the match showcases a lot of very high quality shot making by both players. What were you thinking haha
    I mean the same
    I'm sure that match is very interesting. The match show us how to play good badminton : perfect footwork, great control, super stroke, amazing defense and attack, etc. Just like 2011 Final WC, isn't it?

    I don't download the video yet. But, in your opinion, which is the best match? Final 4 Kings or 2011 WC Final??
    Last edited by Rocker; 11-13-2011 at 09:57 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocker View Post
    I mean the same
    I'm sure that match is very interesting. The match show us how to play good badminton : perfect footwork, great control, super stroke, amazing defense and attack, etc

    I don't download the video yet. But, in your opinion, which is the best match? Final 4 Kings or 2011 WC Final??
    Now this is an interesting question..

    Put it this way, IMHO the 2011 WC Final was played between two arch-rivals each representing his own country using his most intense and focused sportmanship (the utmost desire to win) mentality, while the 4 Kings match felt like two good buddies having their best time playing their most natural badminton game against each other

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    Lin Dan uses again another racket if you look at the pictures of day 3 of the Hong Kong Open?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukasy View Post
    Lin Dan uses again another racket if you look at the pictures of day 3 of the Hong Kong Open?
    It is the Li Ning N50, with PU overgrip in LCW's fashion.

    It has been a talk in the Chinese forums, referencing LD's comment on the N90 where he said "if the racquet is not good, [he] would not have changed to using it (from the last racquet)", that regarding his recent changes from N90 to N50-2 and now N50, "if LD is not good/pro, he would not have been constantly switching racquets"

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    @Blitzz : Pic please... Specially from Chinese Forum
    BTW, whta is the meaning of "if the racquet is not good, [he] would not have changed to using it" ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocker View Post
    @Blitzz : Pic please... Specially from Chinese Forum
    I am not a reporter lol

    But here is what the Chinese forumers have been discussing about, see for yourself:



    Quote Originally Posted by Rocker View Post
    BTW, whta is the meaning of "if the racquet is not good, [he] would not have changed to using it" ?
    That was a quote by Lin Dan which was publicised in the Li Ning N90 advertisements (I have personally seen the quote and the advertisement written in Chinese, am not sure if it was ever translated to English). In other words he meant that the main reason he switched to N90 is because the N90 is a better racquet than his old AT700.

    Now the Chinese forumers are saying that the main reason LD is constantly switching racquets from N90 to N50-2 to N50 is because LD is an outstanding player

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzards View Post
    I am not a reporter lol

    You're not. But you always provide picture every time we(BC members) ask
    Thank you Blitzz

    Can you give me the link of that Chinese Forum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocker View Post
    You're not. But you always provide picture every time we(BC members) ask
    Thank you Blitzz

    Can you give me the link of that Chinese Forum?
    Badmintoncn.com, there you go. No worries, Rocker.

    I trust that you can read Chinese as sometimes the language that the forumers there use can be quite "modern" and not traditional as taught in the Chinese language textbooks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzards View Post
    I am not a reporter lol

    But here is what the Chinese forumers have been discussing about, see for yourself:




    That was a quote by Lin Dan which was publicised in the Li Ning N90 advertisements (I have personally seen the quote and the advertisement written in Chinese, am not sure if it was ever translated to English). In other words he meant that the main reason he switched to N90 is because the N90 is a better racquet than his old AT700.

    Now the Chinese forumers are saying that the main reason LD is constantly switching racquets from N90 to N50-2 to N50 is because LD is an outstanding player
    I think he just tries different rackets to decide what to use in OG :-) .. Or just to mess with the fans :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    I think he just tries different rackets to decide what to use in OG :-) .. Or just to mess with the fans :-)
    Just like the Chinese forumers say, if LD isn't that outstanding a player, he would not be able to afford to do such thing

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    I think Lin Dan use N50 because LiNing need more promotion for this racket. Why? because Fu Hai Feng use Kason .
    No matter what racket he used, just a little difference for him

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkeye96 View Post
    I think Lin Dan use N50 because LiNing need more promotion for this racket. Why? because Fu Hai Feng use Kason .
    No matter what racket he used, just a little difference for him
    I certainly do not see the possibility of LD switching to the headlight, soft flex N77 and N77-2. At least the N50 and N50-2 have a pretty stiff even though slightly less stiff compared to the N90.

    There is at least still a good reason why he would choose to try the similarly designed (both LD and FHF are big left handed smashers remember?) N50 and N50-2 rather than a beginner's racquet (or simply any racquet).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzards View Post
    I certainly do not see the possibility of LD switching to the headlight, soft flex N77 and N77-2. At least the N50 and N50-2 have a pretty stiff even though slightly less stiff compared to the N90.

    There is at least still a good reason why he would choose to try the similarly designed (both LD and FHF are big left handed smashers remember?) N50 and N50-2 rather than a beginner's racquet (or simply any racquet).
    I agree.. N50, N50-II, N90, N90-II and N55 are all viable alternatives for LDs playing style.. NS70,70-II,77,77-II,30,30-II,33,33-II,60 are probably not rackets that he would go for imop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzards View Post
    Badmintoncn.com, there you go. No worries, Rocker.

    I trust that you can read Chinese as sometimes the language that the forumers there use can be quite "modern" and not traditional as taught in the Chinese language textbooks
    Actually, I can't read Chinese. I use translate menu in Google chrome. That's enough to make me understand

    BTW, in early round of HK Open, Lin dan use N50II with his usual modification(athletic tape on top of head, half towel grip)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzards View Post
    I certainly do not see the possibility of LD switching to the headlight, soft flex N77 and N77-2. At least the N50 and N50-2 have a pretty stiff even though slightly less stiff compared to the N90.

    There is at least still a good reason why he would choose to try the similarly designed (both LD and FHF are big left handed smashers remember?) N50 and N50-2 rather than a beginner's racquet (or simply any racquet).
    Yes, you right. Not 'any racket' but similar racket with N90. thanks for correction
    Btw, yesterday i try N50. A little bit head light and flex compare to N90II

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    The above racket doesnt seem to be N50 .

    From 2 beer picture, at the side of the racket on the left is greyish, on the right is black.

    But N50 is red.


    http://www.bbesports.com/wzgl/ProductShow.asp?ID=1198

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