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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    Your partners seem to be having a lot of, er, fun
    yes, he does
    but not fun for me
    missing some good chance means lost point, lost some point make me lost in some games.
    lost in some games means another car broken.. just kidding..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sifuyono View Post
    woww... 8 time, maybe not jump smash
    i do mostly 4-5 time jump smash repeatedly, more of 5 then i cannot stand up anymore
    let's see...I weigh around 75kg then, so 8 normal smashes still can take it. now i weigh 100kg, power still there, but agility not there, so at most only 2 at one time. as for jump smash, unless the indoor court's flooring can take the impact, if not i wouldn't even attempt it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wocdam View Post
    let's see...I weigh around 75kg then, so 8 normal smashes still can take it. now i weigh 100kg, power still there, but agility not there, so at most only 2 at one time. as for jump smash, unless the indoor court's flooring can take the impact, if not i wouldn't even attempt it.
    yeahh, dont ever try 8 times jump smash in a row

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    Clashed with my partner's (not my girlfriend) racket during a doubles game. Did not really break though, only got a crack but I retired it so not to break it. Currently saving up to get an Armortec 900P after my girlfriend got the better of my Nanospeed 9000X (currently her favorite racket now). =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by baddictx View Post
    Clashed with my partner's (not my girlfriend) racket during a doubles game. Did not really break though, only got a crack but I retired it so not to break it. Currently saving up to get an Armortec 900P after my girlfriend got the better of my Nanospeed 9000X (currently her favorite racket now). =)
    I am not going to crack the dirty joke about the extra stiff shaft.

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    broke 1 racquet, i was playing and collided with my partners racquet and the shaft, frame and cone fell off =/

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    HMMM, let me think.
    My 1st one was a kason racket (sorry forgot what type) I can honestly say that I mishit it on the side, it happened like 5 years ago.
    My 2nd racket was a Carlton airblade, it was during a tournament, my doubles partner was borrowing it, suddenly he got mad and hit it on the ground (still owes me a racket).
    My 3rd racket was an AT 800 DF strung to 27 lbs. and around 7 months later and a lot of restringing, the top of it just caved in when I smashed.
    The 4th and final racket was my beloved AT 700 (old) my coach strung it, and somehow while it was on the machine, the top cracked. (Sorry, if this doesn't count as a broken racket because the frame is only cracked a little on top, but she told me I she'll replace it and that I can't use that one anymore because it will fully break soon). Jeez (*.*), I gotta take more care of my rackets than I usually do now.

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    My TSF 300A was strung at 32 lbs,and the position when it was restrung was wrong.That's what ppl said..

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    I smashed as hard as I could to the ground. Broke my AT700.
    Then my opponents did a push and I was swinging slowly to return it and it snapped. Ti-10

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    broke my first 2 racquets: the first was a B560 DF a steel shaft raquet. Someone borrowed it and broke the string. He restrung it for me at a higher tension. Soon after while playing in a competition my opponent pointed out to me that my raquet was broken. the second was d first raquet I ever bought, a B-750, first it became deformed then it broke.

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    I've broken rackets in very stupid ways. I had a woven 8, I wanted to do the hand stiffness test. Unfortunatly, I bent it way too much and the shaft snapped. My heart was broken. Another time, I was at home doing some dry swings and the racket head caught the ceiling, that also broke, this time it was an Apacs racket. So my lesson learned, don't do anything with a badminton racket that your not suppose to do with, only play with it in actual play.

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    i have an embarassing memory abt this. i sat on my racket when it was resting on my bed

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    i only broke one racket (an old black knight serie8) in the most shameful way ever...

    i did a very bad jump smash (back then when i couldnt jump smash...) so i hit the birdie then i hit my knee with my racket... so bad that it broke the T Joint (of the racket, not my knee!)

    i was screaming in pain and crying for my racket (was my 1st racket ever) while all my friends around were laughing non stop...
    the lesson i learned is that my knee is stronger than an aluminium T Joint
    !

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    Quote Originally Posted by micae View Post
    i only broke one racket (an old black knight serie8) in the most shameful way ever...

    i did a very bad jump smash (back then when i couldnt jump smash...) so i hit the birdie then i hit my knee with my racket... so bad that it broke the T Joint (of the racket, not my knee!)

    i was screaming in pain and crying for my racket (was my 1st racket ever) while all my friends around were laughing non stop...
    the lesson i learned is that my knee is stronger than an aluminium T Joint
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    Dang, thats cool xD Strong knees you got there =P

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    My racket (the first one) was a yonex but don't remember the type...

    Anyway, I was kinda "angry" that match, since I had a very very frustrating opponent..
    So I thought: "Let's smash the hell out of this shuttle"
    I wanted to put so much power into the smash that the racket flew out of my hands and to the ground at an amazingly high speed.
    Consequence? The frame decided that the ground won, and snapped.

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    Broke 4 rackets in this 2 years.
    TSF300A,broke while being strung at 32lbs by a computerized stringing machine.Broke on the 2 o'clock and 10 o'clock position.

    Broke an AA titanium racket while playing double.Clashed with someone i don't know,a friend of my friend.10 o'clock.

    Broke a kason carbon 3.0.My first all graphite racket.It just suddenly happends when i play.Broke on 12 o'clock.Sustained some numbers of clashes during double.

    Broke a bonny ti-v 90 while returning a shuttle.Clashed for some times before it actually fell.One of the best budget racket i've played with.

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    ahaha woww ! so many accidents well mine was horrible only broke one so far
    the Carbonex 8400 in Canada i was in the car, tying my shoe, and the racket was on my lap it fell and i closed the car door on it -_-

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