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    Quote Originally Posted by Athelete1234 View Post
    Why not get an AT900T in 4U and hit as hard as with an AT700? That's the real challenge.
    Actually, I have a AT900T 3U. But I would definitely like to try 4U to see how they feel. However, 3U is still light to me... I wish Yonex made a AT900T 2UG3~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemcat View Post
    Actually, I have a AT900T 3U. But I would definitely like to try 4U to see how they feel. However, 3U is still light to me... I wish Yonex made a AT900T 2UG3~
    I wish Yonex made an AT700 2UG4..

    I've tried my friend's AT900T 4U strung with PG66N at 23lbs.. The racquet felt a bit too fast compared to my heavy, modified AT700 3U.. defense was pretty good but I couldn't smash as hard as my normal AT700.

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    i think my Ti-10 (Yellow) is kinda hard to master.

    now trying to get used to this beast...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemcat View Post
    Actually, I have a AT900T 3U. But I would definitely like to try 4U to see how they feel. However, 3U is still light to me... I wish Yonex made a AT900T 2UG3~
    I've tried my friend's AT900T 4U strung with PG66N at 23lbs.. The racquet felt a bit too fast compared to my heavy, modified AT700 3U.. defense was pretty good but I couldn't smash as hard as my normal AT700.
    That's why using a 4U for power play is difficult

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athelete1234 View Post
    That's why using a 4U for power play is difficult
    4U's are for net-play then ?
    I think.. front-men in doubles can use 4U's and the powerful back-men can use 2U Ti10's ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athelete1234 View Post
    That's why using a 4U for power play is difficult
    Oh yes.....definitely a real challenge... Flexy racquets are also very hard to power play because they neutralize your power, like the time I used my friend's MP45... Boy! Was that an weird racquet to play with. It was so flex that I can only do drop shots or net play with my opponents....Power is definitely not an option in that game....it was awwwwful....

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    I have one highly flexy racket which bought after being 'poisoned'... what i dislike the most about it that it tends to kick back when hard whacking the bird... it also gives that bouncy feeling for soft/slow shots... maybe it's just my preference...
    Last edited by green.blood; 12-03-2008 at 02:53 AM.

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