04-29-2007, 02:33 PM #1
Best Raquet for Beginner Intermediate Player
Yo, I need a new raquet and i'm upgrading from my Isometric 30VF. I'm thinking about a nano speed 9000x but my friends say it's too good for me .
I need something with a ton of drive accuracy, maneuverability and smashing power. Yonex is what's best for me! how about a muscle power 30?
04-29-2007, 04:25 PM #2
I'd agree with your friend. It would be to big a gap.
Some of the lower ns rackets might work for you, or mp99.
I'd advice you to try the mp99 if you can, it's a really nice racket, and it's worth the money.
04-29-2007, 05:41 PM #3Originally Posted by aaronyim
04-29-2007, 06:36 PM #4
I think a Nanospeed 9000 X is too advanced for a beginner.
04-29-2007, 07:36 PM #5Originally Posted by Matt14500
04-29-2007, 09:31 PM #6
i'm a teacher that teachers noob players
i'm switching becuz one of my kids showed up with a muscle power 100 and made fun of me, why not nanospeed 900x
or do u want me to use my racquet i used to pone kien keat when we were little kids but now he towers over me
04-29-2007, 09:32 PM #7
sorry and i mean nanospeed 9000x but now i got some intensive training so i'm now an advanced teacher
04-30-2007, 12:23 AM #8
dont feed the trolls.
edit: Instead of spending money on an expensive racquet, spend some money on a dictionary, because is spelled "because".
Last edited by Kelvin; 04-30-2007 at 12:26 AM.
04-30-2007, 12:24 AM #9
Put the troll on ignore list
04-30-2007, 02:32 AM #10
we should find out where he got his special intensive training before he gets thrown out!!! that way we can all become "special advance teacher" too after we get this intensive training.
04-30-2007, 02:55 AM #11
Wow, that's rather juvenile language to use. "Noob"? "Becuz"? Don't try to fit in with the teenagers, lol. I really don't see how you were a beginner, if you beat Koon Kien Keat, even if you were children. And since when did he ever live in Canada???? You can't get that good overnight. It's just not really probable. Several hours really couldn't make that much of a difference.
04-30-2007, 03:05 AM #12
lol alright alright... my apologies, I've been bashing this kid since he started posting... I think its safe to say we can lock this thread, and disregard any postings he's made since
It was a good laugh while it lasted
ps: I need super advanced training to not be a noob anymore becuz, I r want to beat the Koo Keat, and be stringing my super nano9000x to 45lbs too!
04-30-2007, 08:50 AM #13Originally Posted by aaronyim
It's alright to issue your concerns, and share your experience, however, make sure to have the proper knowledge to back it up. I've read some of your recent posts, but I have to same some of the information is kinda mis-leading. Try to listen and learn, if you are not sure. It's no shame to learn when you are new, as we are all learning every day.
04-30-2007, 03:04 PM #14
No such thing as best racket.What best for any other ppl may not be the best for u.So,pick ur choice n tell yourself which one's best...Pick one that's suits ur game.If u're a beginner,pick one's with a more flex shaft..strung it at a lower tension.U'll play better..
04-30-2007, 06:13 PM #15
First: Bad reason for getting a new racket. Just because his students insult him?
Second: I thought he got super rigorous training and now is advanced.
04-30-2007, 06:45 PM #16
There is nothing wrong with th ISO30VF.. If you cant beat the kid easilly with that... well then you should probably not be teaching him..
Focusing on the equipment, instead of the rest of the game, will just set a bad example for your students!!
05-01-2007, 02:33 AM #17
What's the problem with N9K for newbie?
As long as you can afford the N9K, just take it.
Maybe with the N9K, he will be an advance champion.
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