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    Quote Originally Posted by fivestars View Post
    If you have your technique down and play doubles, then a 670mm Woven-8 might be more suitable because you change swing faster.
    Sorry typo...

    If you have your techniques down and play doubles, then a 670mm Woven-8 might be more suitable because you can swing faster and move the racquet around faster, such as switching between forehand to backhand drive/push/block shots .

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    Quote Originally Posted by fivestars View Post

    If you donít mine me asking, do you play singles or double? And how is your technique/skill level?
    I mostly play doubles...but i can play singles too lol
    well...people say my technique is quite good for someone who isn't in a club or anything....but my footwork is not that great nor horrible...i'm practicing on it lol ^^
    I just have problems back handing clears when my back is facing the net

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuckyBoy View Post
    I mostly play doubles...but i can play singles too lol
    well...people say my technique is quite good for someone who isn't in a club or anything....but my footwork is not that great nor horrible...i'm practicing on it lol ^^
    I just have problems back handing clears when my back is facing the net
    Do you mean backhand clears? Non-pro players usually have trouble with those. I can't do backhand clear, buy luckly my footwork is fast enough to hit 95% of those shots with around the head technique. The rest 5% with a backhand drop or a cross court drop. IMO, for doubles a Woven-8 might be better than TSF 100. You might want to read this thread for Woven and other Sotx comparison, http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...highlight=D900. I'm not familiar with most of the Sotx racquets. I make judgements base on the specs and comparisons I read in other posts. For Woven-7 that I have, it's good for doubles offensive. For the TSF 100 that I have, it's good for all-around doubles and singles.

    From personal experience, the choice of stiffer and medium stiff racket depends on technique(including explosive power), stength and wrist injuries. If you currently have wrist injuries or have wrist injuries in the past and didn't correct the technique or hasn't recovered and strengthen the related muscles groups(forarm, grip power, etc), then a extra stiff racket is probably not the best choice.

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    i've never had injuries except one time i sprained my ankle lol
    ...so ur pick would be a woven 8?

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    Yes woven 8 would be a good choice.

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    Go the Woven 8 way , be one of us

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    now to get one hahaha

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    guys, am willing to let go this Carbonex 30MS after tried it for few attempts, it just doesnt suit to my playing type. Yes, the racquet is in mint condition, no clash and still have that brand "new" smell.

    Bought last month at RM450, now am giving very good discount..willing to let go at RM380 (cash of coz)!!! But for those in Malaysia only, my house in Kota Damansara and am working in Shah Alam!!!

    Call me at 012-2341907

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    go to Carlton Aerospeed 29 for "speed" play or Carlton Powerflo 807 Wide for "power" play. You wont never regret it.....

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