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    Quote Originally Posted by ariffd93 View Post
    Actually the difference is the stiffness and head heavy, f9 is more flexible and slightly headlight than n90ii, even n90ii is stiffer than n90, but if u use n90ii s type, it will generate more power in doubles as i was flexier than normal n90ii.
    Yes but I find that my F9 is more powerful in doubles than singles, whereas it's the other way round with my n90ii

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    Maybe you just smash/play differently in doubles and singles? Personally I do way more jump smashes (or hop smashes, my jump still needs a lot of work ) in doubles, whereas in singles I tend to play a slower pace and only smash very short lifts and when I intercept a flat shot.
    Maybe you have similar idiosyncrasies that make you prefer a head lighter and/or more flexible racket in doubles compared to your singles preference....
    Same goes for strings. I prefer my strings ~2lbs tighter in doubles, whereas I like them softer for singles as I play so many more clears and don't need the same kind of accuracy (especially around the net)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    Maybe you just smash/play differently in doubles and singles? Personally I do way more jump smashes (or hop smashes, my jump still needs a lot of work ) in doubles, whereas in singles I tend to play a slower pace and only smash very short lifts and when I intercept a flat shot.
    Maybe you have similar idiosyncrasies that make you prefer a head lighter and/or more flexible racket in doubles compared to your singles preference....
    Same goes for strings. I prefer my strings ~2lbs tighter in doubles, whereas I like them softer for singles as I play so many more clears and don't need the same kind of accuracy (especially around the net)...
    I see. Well, I don't jump smash at all otherwise I completely miss the shuttle It's just I feel like the shuttle travels faster in doubles if I use f9 and singles when I use n90ii, even though in a feeding situation f9 is far the superior racquet for me in almost all aspects

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    Or you just have the wrong feeling

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    Or you just have the wrong feeling
    Haha, I wouldn't be surprised ;D

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    Happens to all of us

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    Quote Originally Posted by ariffd93 View Post
    .. and can kill the opponent easily with multiple smash if the opponent is powerful in defense...
    It doesn't say anything in the rulebook but I'm sure killing the opponent is pretty bad sportsmanship.

    Regards Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1337 View Post
    It doesn't say anything in the rulebook but I'm sure killing the opponent is pretty bad sportsmanship.

    Regards Mike
    i hope u can understand my words 'killing' term, that means finishing..

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    He was joking The correct phrase is 'ending/finishing the rally'. Finishing or killing your opponent might indeed cause adverse reactions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boggieeiggob View Post
    Maybe I'm just being dumb, but can someone explain this to me please?
    I have an N90ii and F9. I tend to play mixed doubles but if someone begs me long enough I'll play singles with them (cuz I hate singles :3). They're both factory grip and BG80Power at 27lbs, but I find I generate more power than the 90ii in doubles, but I generate more power with the n90ii than the f9 in singles <_>'
    Imo, since doubles is faster than singles. You have more time to generate a full powered swing to bend the N90ii stiff shaft. Whearas in doubles, you generally have less time and that is where the flexible shaft would generate power for a less powered swing. Just my opinion

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    Quote Originally Posted by lindanfan321 View Post
    Imo, since doubles is faster than singles. You have more time to generate a full powered swing to bend the N90ii stiff shaft. Whearas in doubles, you generally have less time and that is where the flexible shaft would generate power for a less powered swing. Just my opinion
    THAT. Actually makes a hell of a lot of sense! Thanks

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    Actually a stiff shaft is usually more beneficial in doubles as a soft shaft delays the racket head response.
    I'm pretty certain the difference in head balance is what causes the difference, with the F9 being lighter you might be able to whip some shots down that you couldn't have with the N90II (in doubles), whereas the heavier head and better follow-through of the N90II can feel much more powerful in singles (if it is actually more powerful is best judged from an outsider's perspective).
    Whenever I change from my usual racket choice to a more head heavy model, shots feel more powerful, especially smashes, but changing back I realize that it's mostly just a feeling and that I generate just the same amount of power with both rackets, just with different means (faster swing for my Braveswords vs slower swing with a head heavier racket)...

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    HI , I am an offensive doubles player who is looking for a new offensive weapon ... Am a heavy smasher and would like to ask which racket suits me better . The Li-Ning Woods N90 or the Li-Ning N90-II ? Would like to hear from all of you out there . Thanks !

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    Hi all,
    Saw that Fu/Chai using new Li-Ning racquet, is it N9/N7?

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    Its still kason but with li-ning stencil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willraid View Post
    Its still kason but with li-ning stencil
    I see but 2nd game CY used C7 with Kason stencil.

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    But its definitely not the new N7 or N9, different cosmetic maybe they gonna use it in world championship.

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