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    Quote Originally Posted by WingsAir View Post
    could someone upload a picture of lcw using the new racket? thanks
    Pls check out another thread. Lots had been discussed about his new racket

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    Cai Yun using Li Ning N55-II in the semi final of Korea Open???

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssj100 View Post
    Thanks for the explanation. You sound very "matter of fact" about this. Any scientific papers you can reference to back up your statements?

    Apparently Nadal added weight so he can produce a more powerful serve. That doesn't sound like something one should be doing when one has an injury? However, your logic and explanations make a lot of sense.
    What can I say, I'm a student of Engineering, these things seem logical to me....although I'm wrong occasionally
    The thing is that the added weight around the point of impact will probably add to the momentum of the racket and significantly increase the 'moment of intertia' (weird term. Not sure it's right.) That means on a slightly off hit, the resulting shock is smaller because the racket is carrying through better (more mass given the same energy will move less/slower than a lower mass).
    As an experiment, just lead tape any of your rackets (badminton, tennis, squash...) with ~5% of the racket's weight around the point of impact (3 and 6 o'clock positions). Apart from the heavier feeling, compare how hitting the shuttle feels.

    In tennis, the whole thing is a little different as there is less pronation. Adding weight on a badminton racket may well increase stress on your body, especially the shoulder, because much of the swing motion is pronation. This will be affected by the added weight. In tennis, the swing is much less dependant on pronation and thus the shoulder will not be affected so much by added weight.

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    Did anyone notice that FHF uses white color racket at 3rd set KOPSS final? It looks like CY's racket

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    So Fu hai Feng uses what racket now , is it more stiff than his former F9 ?

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    LCW new Rackets
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    I love the lime-green effect. It reminds me of the Nanospeed 7000 ltd sold on mybadmintonstore; gorgeous!

    http://www.mybadmintonstore.com/shop...roducts_id=715

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    Both Player use C7 to win KOPSS
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    FHF uses CY's rakcet because he run out of F9 (broken string and broken racket )

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    The funny thing is that he actually broke his racket on CY's knee Must've hurt a bit....and he doesn't seem to carry many rackets if that is CY's (and not his own he had in his bag for some reason), I only saw him break 2 or 3 strings and 1 racket....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wintleboy View Post
    All the best prices for these rackts will appear on www.comparesportsgear.co.uk
    First, I dont think this is a proper thread for advertisment (if that is intended to be some sort of comercial site). this thread is about proffesionals and their rackets.

    Secondly, I think your site seems far from finished, and non-working.

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    Kkk/tbh = yonex voltric z force..

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    Kkk/tbh = yonex voltric z force..
    really? didnt really get to see them due to the early exit. maybe they've not suited to the racket?

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    Fu Hai Feng is using Kason F9 Pt while Cai Yun is using C7Pt. The latest version of F9 and C7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyuHayabusa5985 View Post
    Fu Hai Feng is using Kason F9 Pt while Cai Yun is using C7Pt. The latest version of F9 and C7.
    PT means Professional Training. I think they both will only at most train with the PT racquets and not actually use them for real competition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moomoo View Post
    really? didnt really get to see them due to the early exit. maybe they've not suited to the racket?
    I see TBH is quite comfortable with the racket. But KKK is the clockwise..

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    hope for the best then! they really need to pick up their old self

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    Chan Yan Kit, Li Ning N70/90 (hard to tell)

    Think it's a N70 though
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