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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmeh View Post
    i wanna know that is less for yonex AT700.......a 3u version will be better or 4u will be better?
    3U is better!! =)

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    thanks for the info///but why 3U is better ...any details?

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    I also like 3U better because I feel like 4U rackets are too light for me. 4U rackets are better for defense sometimes, but I feel that power is lost.

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    Default Ideal Yonex Grip Size.

    Guys....wat is ur most ideal grip size for yonex racquet?

    IMO, G5 is the best.....n usually the least stock in yonex racquet for the higher end racquet...

    Share ur opinion here...

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    It really depends on how big the person's hand is. There is also the factor of what playing style you play, a big grip will give more power while a small grip will give you better control.

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    ahmeh,
    you may do some readings here
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=45732

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    then how bout yonex grip size....which is the most ideal? G4 or G5.....which is most preferable in asia or all the member here...( REMEMBER YONEX GRIP SIZE NOT OTHER)

    then wat is the grip size of all national player using? roughly?

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    G4 or G5.....which is most preferable in asia or all the member here...( REMEMBER YONEX GRIP SIZE NOT OTHER)

    then wat is the grip size of all national player using? roughly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmeh View Post
    then how bout yonex grip size....which is the most ideal? G4 or G5.....which is most preferable in asia or all the member here...( REMEMBER YONEX GRIP SIZE NOT OTHER)

    then wat is the grip size of all national player using? roughly?
    Most likely G4, but it all depends upon personal preference. Some players may prefer G3, some may prefer G5.

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    ahmeh, there's no need in asking the same question in multiple threads.. You've pmed me about this as well, and I've answered it.

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    It depends on their hand size. You also have to consider the overgrips and replacement grips pros use.

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    yup.....but do u guys mind to share ur ...opinion here....

    wat grip size u prefer .... (specify racket)
    why u prefer....thanks...

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    i had choose on G5 at last...........how bout u guys?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmeh View Post
    G4 or G5.....which is most preferable in asia or all the member here...( REMEMBER YONEX GRIP SIZE NOT OTHER)

    then wat is the grip size of all national player using? roughly?
    ahmeh, you first need to get a grip on your thinking

    Your query is akin to asking:
    "what size trousers do people in Asia prefer?"

    It's very very unlikely that all Asians or all BC members have similar palm-sizes or uncannily share grip preferences.

    phandrew's posts have summed up the possible answers to an impossible question

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    Exactly, everybody has different palm size and finger lengths. There was a thread that was started by the Almighty Dr. Cheung on the topic of hand size. You should do a search on that thread to get an idea.

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    Since "U" is the weight, is it also linked to durability of the racket?

    heavier more material = last better?
    thinner = fragile.

    seems logical. but i could be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stormfox View Post
    Since "U" is the weight, is it also linked to durability of the racket?

    heavier more material = last better?
    thinner = fragile.

    seems logical. but i could be wrong.
    Technically yes assuming it is the same racket but different rackets have different technology and materials so it will change this theory.

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