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    Smile Rackets in Your Bag

    I know there used to be a thread like this about two years ago. but considering the number of members and new rackets we have at present, I am curious again. How many and what brands of rackets do you bring to court during play days?

    I usually bring my 2 trusted AT OFF 800's, SOTX Woven 7, and my priceless SOTX Ltd. Ed Woven 12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juris
    I know there used to be a thread like this about two years ago. but considering the number of members and new rackets we have at present, I am curious again. How many and what brands of rackets do you bring to court during play days?

    I usually bring my 2 trusted AT OFF 800's, SOTX Woven 7, and my priceless SOTX Ltd. Ed Woven 12.

    I usually have Yonex NS 8000, Ti-10 & Apacs Nanopower 7000 in my bag.

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    3-4 cab30ms as always...

    Could be over crowded, if picking up numerous rackets from others, as to be strung.

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    At the moment,
    - 2 x mp99
    - 2 x woven 7

    Soon gonna add another one, either woven 7 or mp99 depends which one i got my hand on first

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    1 Ti-10..

    Hopign to get the new verison of Ti-10, it looks very nice. But I need money =(

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    2 x NS8000
    1 x AT800de
    and 1 or 2 older yonex models to lend out to friends

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    4 NS8000 - I donīt think itīs a good idea to mix types of rackets as it makes it more difficult to get the feeling of the balance, grip, power etc.

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    1 ns8k
    1 fleet nano smash 55
    1 fleet nano muscle 75 (I think)
    1 carbonex 21sp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beha00ac
    4 NS8000 - I donīt think itīs a good idea to mix types of rackets as it makes it more difficult to get the feeling of the balance, grip, power etc.
    100% agree... Sometimes, even same rackets from different production batches might feel a bit different (e.g. 85g 3u vs. 89g 3u).

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    Quote Originally Posted by LazyBuddy
    100% agree... Sometimes, even same rackets from different production batches might feel a bit different (e.g. 85g 3u vs. 89g 3u).
    - No doubt about that, I tried to get my rackets with a G5 grip, but they are only available to the sponsored players... I had to settle with G4 which is almost as thin. If I had been forced to choose G3 there would have been a significant difference in the way the racket feels when you hit! Pay attention to the details when you choose eqipment, whatīs perfect for lets say Lin Dan or Peter Gade might not be the thing to choose for you...

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    For now 3 NS7000, switching to SOTX Woven 5A next month
    (might also try NS9000S if I get weak )

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    Two Forza Super Power 9000s, an old Tronox school racquet my kids use and one of Cooler's Winnex racquets he mistakenly put in there after last practice.

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    1 Iso TiSP
    1 AT-500(coming! can't wait!)

    and a pair of shoes =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beha00ac
    4 NS8000 - I donīt think itīs a good idea to mix types of rackets as it makes it more difficult to get the feeling of the balance, grip, power etc.
    Yea, i agree with u in that one, but personally i think its better to have 2 types of rackets with slightly different characteristic (head heavy and even balance, or head lite and even balance) so when u feel like u have an off day u can switch to a racket thats easier to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woven
    Yea, i agree with u in that one, but personally i think its better to have 2 types of rackets with slightly different characteristic (head heavy and even balance, or head lite and even balance) so when u feel like u have an off day u can switch to a racket thats easier to use.
    there are no wrong reasons to have more racquet in your racquet bag

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woven
    Yea, i agree with u in that one, but personally i think its better to have 2 types of rackets with slightly different characteristic (head heavy and even balance, or head lite and even balance) so when u feel like u have an off day u can switch to a racket thats easier to use.
    I think itīs a very individual discussion...I can see what you mean, but then again itīs not something iīve experienced...If iīm havin a bad day itīs because me and then not even the best racket in the world can save my miserable day - Not because it should be any sort of evidence, but how many times do you see the pro players change type of racket in the middle of a game? even if they are losing I cannot recall any?...but then again...as I said, its individual Iīm not to say whats right or wrong!

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    1 x MP90
    1 x MP99
    1 x NS9000x
    1 x NS8000 (Just bought this, can't wait to try it out tonight)
    1 x AT800DE (This is also new, wanna try this out too)

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