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    Quote Originally Posted by double
    Peter Rasmussen - Carlton (anyone know which model?)
    Quote Originally Posted by Qidong
    He better uses the racquet named after him - Carlton Airblade Rasmussen.
    actually, he used a cab21 all along. he just had the carlton logo stenciled on his strings for contract purposes.

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    Default Pros & their racquets! Post info here!

    I'm sure with it:

    Peter GADE - arm 700
    Muhd Hafiz B HASHIM - nano 7000
    Ning ZHANG - nano 9000
    Dan LIN - arm 700
    Chunlai BAO - arm 700
    Jin CHEN - nano 9000
    CAI Yun - nano 9000
    FU Haifeng - nano 8000
    Jens ERIKSEN - nano 9000
    Chong Wei LEE - arm 700
    Lars PAASKE - arm 800DF
    Jonas RASMUSSEN - mp99
    Sudket PRAPAKAMOL - 800OF
    Saralee THOUNGTHONGKAM - nano 9000
    Sony Dwi KUNCORO - mp99
    Taufik HIDAYAT - arm 700
    Xingfang XIE - nano 9000

    ... and not very sure with it:

    LIN Woon Fui - arm 800DF
    MOHD TAZARI Mohd Fairuzizuan - arm 800DF

    KIDO Markis - arm 800DF
    SETIAWAN Hendra - arm 800DF

    Tan Fook CHOONG - arm 800DF
    Wan Wah LEE - nano 9000

    Any more information? Let's do a big sheet! =)

    Nanospeed 7000
    played by: Gao Ling (China), Olympic Champion Mixed Doubles 2004, Muhamed Hafiz Hashim (Malaysia), All England Champion 2002

    Nanospeed 8000
    Played by:
    Hong (China), All England Champion 2003 & 2005

    Armortec-800 offensive
    Played by: Ha Tae Kwon (Kor), Olympic Champion in Mens Doubles 2004, Flandy Limpele (Indo), Olympic Bronze Medalist in Mens Doubles 2004, Lee Kyung Won (Kor), Olympic Bronze Medalist in Ladies Doubles 2004

    Armortec-800 defensive
    Played by: Yang Wei (Chi), Olympic Champion in Ladies Doubles 2004, Hian Eng (Indo), Olympic Bronze Medalist in Mens Doubles 2004, Ra Kyung Min (Kor), Olympic Bronze Medalist in Ladies Doubles 2004

    Armortec-700
    played by Taufik Hidayat (Indo), Olympic Champion in Mens Singles 2004, Zhang Ning (Chi), Olympic Champion in Ladies Singles 2004, Zhou Mi (Chi), Olympic Bronze Medalist in Ladies Singles 2004, Chen Hong (China, World No. 4), Gong Ruina (China, World No. 1), Candra Wijaya (Indonesia, Olympic Doubles Champion 2000), Lee Hyun Il (Corea, Swiss Open Champion), Kenneth Jonassen (Denmark), Jim Laugesen (Denmark)

    Muscle Power 100
    Played by Camilla Martin (Den) World Champion 1999, Zhang Jun (Chi), Olympic Champion in Mixed Doubles 2004, Jens Eriksen (Den), Olympic Bronze Medalist in Mens Doubles 2004, European Doubles Champion 2004, Wang Chen (Chi), Marleve Mainaky (Indo), Petra Overzier (German Champion 2003)

    Muscle Power 99
    Played by Jonas Rasmussen (Denmark, World Doubles Champion 2003), Lin Dan (China, World No. 1, All England Champion 2004), Gao Ling (Chi), Olympic Champion in Mixed Doubles 2004, Olympic Silver Medalist in Ladies Doubles 2004, Dai Yun (China), Huang Sui (Chi), Olympic Silver Medalist in Ladies Doubles 2004, Zhang Jiewen (Chi), Olympic Champion in Ladies Doubles 2004, Sony Dwi Kuncoro (Indo), Olympic Bronze Medalist in Mens Singles 2004, Superstar Sigit Budiarto (Indonesia, World Championships Doubles Finalist) and many more

    Muscle Power 88
    Played by Mia Audina (Netherlands, Olympic Silver Medalist 2004, European Champion 2004), Peter Gade (Denmark, European Champion 2004), Mette Schjoldager (Den), Olympic Bronze Medalist in Mixed 2004

    Carbonex 30 Muscle
    Played by Shon Seung Mo (Kor), Olympic Silver Medalist in Mens Singles 2004

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    Andrew Dabeka - Amr 800 Off
    Stephan Wojicki... add about 30 more letters... PC - 20 (BK)

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    how about we specify into weight / grip size / string / string tension too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cabfan
    I'm sure with it:

    Peter GADE - arm 700
    Muhd Hafiz B HASHIM - nano 7000
    Ning ZHANG - nano 9000
    Dan LIN - arm 700
    Chunlai BAO - arm 700
    Jin CHEN - nano 9000
    CAI Yun - nano 9000
    FU Haifeng - nano 8000
    Jens ERIKSEN - nano 9000
    Actually Fu Haifeng uses new Ti-10 that is yellow and white in color.

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    If i'm not mistaken, isn't Lee Chong Wei using NS 9000 ?

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    fu haifeng does indeed use the new yellow/white ti-10.

    and lee chong wei uses both the ns8000 and ns9000.
    he's been switching back and forth lately.

    and you missed tony gunawan under mp100, and ns9000.

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    I think Fu Haifeng uses the new Ti-10.

    I found this page:
    http://www.yonex.com/badminton/player/topics.html

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    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?

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    Quote Originally Posted by __Lam
    how about we specify into weight / grip size / string / string tension too.
    Can you find that information? It's not so common.

    Anyway, there's been a couple of threads before on this very topic of badminton players and their racquets. You can do a search for it.

    Since players may change racquets during the course of their career, I suggest classifiying the racquet name first and then which players use that particular racquet. Usually, people tend to look at the racquet they like and then see which player uses it (though the converse may also apply).

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    i think koo kian keat and his partner in the Japan Open 06 are using the new Ti-10 also

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    what's the difference between the old ti-10 and the new ti-10?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lorus_blue
    what's the difference between the old ti-10 and the new ti-10?
    Some BCers say that the new Ti-10 is more defensive than the old one and it is not as head heavy as the old one too.

    There are many threads about this new Ti-10.

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=30723
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=33269
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=35934

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    Quote Originally Posted by lorus_blue
    what's the difference between the old ti-10 and the new ti-10?
    The new Ti-10 is made from cheaper material. This gives Yonex a bigger profit margin. Also a less capable Ti-10 will finally stop people wanting the racket and encourage them to buy replacement rackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoolDoo6
    The new Ti-10 is made from cheaper material. This gives Yonex a bigger profit margin. Also a less capable Ti-10 will finally stop people wanting the racket and encourage them to buy replacement rackets.
    Well... Then pros who use the new Ti-10 must be dumb or something. They can't even pick the right racket (as you stated, tons of other choices to pick from) for them for their career???

    My ponit is, you last statement kinda contradict with each other:

    1. Say new Ti-10 is the worst choice in the top end range, then many pros who use new ti-10 are dumb, as I stated above.

    2. If other models are even worse, then Ti-10 is still the "best of the worst" (highly doubt), and it should be highly promoted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LazyBuddy
    Well... Then pros who use the new Ti-10 must be dumb or something. They can't even pick the right racket (as you stated, tons of other choices to pick from) for them for their career???

    My ponit is, you last statement kinda contradict with each other:

    1. Say new Ti-10 is the worst choice in the top end range, then many pros who use new ti-10 are dumb, as I stated above.

    2. If other models are even worse, then Ti-10 is still the "best of the worst" (highly doubt), and it should be highly promoted.
    Being paid by Yonex to wave a mediocre Ti-10 about can be a good career move too. There are only as many as 1 or 2 pro's who use this racket.

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    xie zhongbo also uses the ti-10.
    theres also a handful of others that dont' come to mind at the moment, a couple MD and XD players...

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