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    from using this style, im rather to cut the handle to fit my hand.. no need to changed hand position.. hahahaha.. again, hahahaha..

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    Default lin dan's grip size

    what is lin dan grip size? 4g or g5 (in yonex)

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    what kind of grip does he use? as in which li ning grip does he use? I'm not very familiar with li ning

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    he still uses yonex grip powder

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    Baseball teory can explain this.
    Holding the very bottom of racket can makes another opposite side heavier.
    He grip half of his grip handle just to warn himself. DO NOT HOLD UN-GRIP AREA.

    Try this out you'll realise. Do 2 smashes to compare.

    1st Smash - Hold middle of handle, do a jumping smash.

    2nd Smash - Hold very bottom of handle, Jump n smash.

    I Bet, 2nd smash it's more power, sharper, and drop point clearer above net for sure.

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    Actually I have an alternative reason as to why he does is as this is the reason I do it myself.

    Towel grip vs super grap is a trade from comfort to feel. Although I enjoy the ability to feel more of my racket in my hand, towel grip works better for me. However due to the roundness and overall substance of the grip, I feel less of the actual racket in my hand and less response from my racket (I pay attention to the feeling of the shuttle bouncing off my strings at the net).

    To remedy this, I play with half a towel grip. The grip is there for comfort in my swimg when I overheard and such, but for more controlled shots I move my hand up halfway so my thumb and forefinger is on the wood and so I can better control my racket because of the increased feel and responsiveness gained from the direct connection of my hand to the racket.

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