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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post
    I heard SS Sports and Smash Sports at Eastpoint have the same owner. Is this true?
    Yes same owner, Mr. Shaik. He was planning this move of opening in Queensway for quite a while. I had some of my racquets strung by him.

    One of the few shops in Singapore that uses the Yonex ES5 Protech stringing machine and he have 2 of them. One in each shop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post
    I heard SS Sports and Smash Sports at Eastpoint have the same owner. Is this true?
    u maybe right, cos i saw the same chinese guy at queensway and Eastpoint. But their rackets seems to be more expensive

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    Default Bag 7926

    May I know how much is BAG 7926?

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    Hi Aramis,

    How is the BAG8026EX 6-racket?

    Have you used it before? any feedback? Got a friend interested to buy.

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    Does anyone know where I can purchase a YONEX BAG1002N (9 racket) online? I've searched everywhere and it's really starting to grind my gears. I really want this bag

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    Does anyone know if BAG9026EX/LEX be available during Thomas Cup in KL?

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    Default Sunr-7930 Sbl

    One of Yonex's big bag series. Dimensions 78 x 36 x 35 cm.
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    Default Yonex backpacks

    Yonex SUNR-919 and SUNR-969. They carry up to 2-3 racquets with separate shoes compartment, main compartmemt and a few side pockets for small items.
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    1st time enter this thread. Lots of ooh & aah in the pics.
    Ara, I think Sports Life is few shop lot space, right? is consider BOUTIQUE? Make Perfect Sports look like minions. Went to Perfect Sports & Racquet World (still cant match Sports Life). Only racket & shoe updated except for bags & cloths. Pity them

    Daniel was right, too many bags to buy. perhaps sell the old bag so that we can renew to new fashion bag.
    I got Pro Ace (red/yellow like China), ProTech (blue/white), Apacs (Blue/navy) anyone?

    Peter Gade

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    Peter Gade strung up to 36lbs tension...pretty high man..no wonder he beat LCW to bag the Korean Open 2009.

    I manage to strung up to 28lbs only & till now string no broken yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LinDanTruCool View Post
    Peter Gade strung up to 36lbs tension...pretty high man..no wonder he beat LCW to bag the Korean Open 2009.

    I manage to strung up to 28lbs only & till now string no broken yet.
    Since when high tension gotta do with beating LCW in Korea Open?

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    Mmm.. Maybe he thoughts they are having car racing? 2.0cc vs 1.3cc?

    Vroooom... vroomm...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    Since when high tension gotta do with beating LCW in Korea Open?
    bigger tension = bigger repulsion = faster smash speed like F1. LCW cant stand the cold weather & not fast enough to retrieve the smash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LinDanTruCool View Post
    Peter Gade strung up to 36lbs tension...pretty high man..no wonder he beat LCW to bag the Korean Open 2009.

    I manage to strung up to 28lbs only & till now string no broken yet.
    how u noe pg strung till 36lbs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    how u noe pg strung till 36lbs?
    U can check the catalogue which posted here earlier. They differentiate tension stringing lbs level btwn pro players (28 - 36lbs) & normal players like us (25 - 28lbs).

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    Quote Originally Posted by LinDanTruCool View Post
    bigger tension = bigger repulsion = faster smash speed like F1. LCW cant stand the cold weather & not fast enough to retrieve the smash.
    Friend,
    I only use 29lbs in the past 4 years ....
    Sadly, i do not even have 1% of LCW skill. Georgechongwei can thrash me 21-0, 21-0 in 5 minutes , and he is only strung at 25lbs (hope i am right).
    If following your theory, then i must go and string it to 36lbs so i can beat georgechongwei by just smashing like "siaokia" (Siaokia = Crazy fella in Hokkien)
    Joke aside, there is no such thing as higher tension u play better, or smash better, whether it is international level or social level. In China, i have seen social players that string up to 32lbs and play like ****, some even injured themselves due to high tension, and also some at 21-24 lbs but are very solid social players. It is the tension that suits you that matters, so that you can fully optimise your skills and the racket you use. Also the type of string matters too.
    BTW, there is no such rule as more than 28lbs means you are solid or pro players. definitely NO NO.

    Cheers

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    if you can handle the tension above 30lbs, why not to striing over? However in the real life now, i seldom see people string 30lbs above(I mean for normal player unless you are state or national player), the reason why here is, to show up the power of 30lbs, you required to train, it is not you hold a strong tension you can release the power, definitely not, i saw many people tried to string 30lbs, but end up, back hand all hit very soft, or forehand cannot even reach back court, so so dissapointed. the most important thing i guess is to carry the weight we really can handle, then just can maximize the performance. If can carry 26lbs easily, then should try out 27 and step by step, sure one day we can reach 30lbs.

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