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    Default Which is the best grip size and weight (the G and the U)for the following racquets...

    Which is the best combination for a Yonex Armortec 900 Technique and Yonex Armortec 700???
    Firstly , please tell which racquet you are telling telling , secondly tell the combination and if you could please give some advantages and disadvantges of the combination that you posted.Lastly please conclude which racquet and which combination you prefer most...

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    Yonex Armortec 900 Technique
    Combination:3U G3

    Advantages: (1)...
    (2)...
    (3)...

    Disadvantages1)
    (2)
    (3)

    Overall i prefer the Yonex Armortec 900 Technique because...
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    Whats the aim of this thread?

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    Just pick the G size which fits your hand best, and the U size which you can swing most comfortably at. We dont' have the same hands and arms as you so we can't tell you what's best for you.

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    Quick correctiont o Athelete, U is the weight.

    Just go with 3UG4.

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    Grip and weight are very personal. Have a go with the ones you are considering and work it out for yourself. I can swing rackets fast, so I would go for a heavyweight racket for the added momentum but if you can't get much power, then that setup wouldn't work for you. Same goes from grip size, it is mainly determined by the size of your hand and how tight you like to hold on to the racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Quick correctiont o Athelete, U is the weight.

    Just go with 3UG4.
    I meant pick the weight which is light enough or heavy enough to swing comfortably.

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    No 4U!! end of story!!

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