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    Yes, he is using N55-III... You can read this if you would browse a little bit through this thread or this: http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...86#post2161086

    But well, you've already asked the same question in the other thread, so nevermind.

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    I just buy tb nano 120 emerald one 3 months ago.. few days ago I also got The N9 (FHF).. but I think N9 is heavier than the previous one but the N9 more comfortable I think...

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    Hi Li Ning Fans: I heard that China team players although are sponsor by Li ning , they are still using Yonex string , is it truth ?

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    where did you heard that?

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    I heard from a senior guy in forum...

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    I also heard that their LN rackets are actually not LN's and repainted Victor and Yonex rackets... But really, does it matter what kind of strings they use? We'll never play to their level so following the exact racket/strings and stringing it at the tension of a professional player isn't going to make you play like him/her...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasonvan View Post
    I also heard that their LN rackets are actually not LN's and repainted Victor and Yonex rackets... But really, does it matter what kind of strings they use? We'll never play to their level so following the exact racket/strings and stringing it at the tension of a professional player isn't going to make you play like him/her...
    No way! Their rackets don't feel the same with any of Yonex or victor rackets, victor are famous for their crispness(according to the victor thread) I each shot while Yonex are famous for their stability in each shot(imho) while Li-Ning are famous for their feeling in hand and which I say in Chinese. Well, different strings do make different people feel more comfortable and different people needs different string tension! Some player might be comfortable and are able to play their best with 31lbs while some player played their best with 25lbs.

    Just my 2 cents, no offense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cycril View Post
    No way! Their rackets don't feel the same with any of Yonex or victor rackets, victor are famous for their crispness(according to the victor thread) I each shot while Yonex are famous for their stability in each shot(imho) while Li-Ning are famous for their feeling in hand and which I say in Chinese. Well, different strings do make different people feel more comfortable and different people needs different string tension! Some player might be comfortable and are able to play their best with 31lbs while some player played their best with 25lbs.

    Just my 2 cents, no offense.
    Agreed on li ning feeling in hand, have feel N7, N9 and N90iii yesterday, feel good in hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cycril View Post
    No way! Their rackets don't feel the same with any of Yonex or victor rackets, victor are famous for their crispness(according to the victor thread) I each shot while Yonex are famous for their stability in each shot(imho) while Li-Ning are famous for their feeling in hand and which I say in Chinese. Well, different strings do make different people feel more comfortable and different people needs different string tension! Some player might be comfortable and are able to play their best with 31lbs while some player played their best with 25lbs.

    Just my 2 cents, no offense.
    No offense taken, as I was being sarcastic in saying LN's are repainted Victor and Yonex in reply to the post about the hearing players using Yonex strings lol...

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    Zhang Nan/Zhao yun lei again lost in yesterday semi final. China mix doubles has been disappointing , they does not have a good mix double pair currently , very inconsistence. Although they are world no 1 based on current ranking points , they must keep winning to catch up. Or else Ahmad Tontowi will catch up with Partner Nasir....

    Men's double Qiu Zihan /Liu Xiao long also same, very inconsistence, knocked out early , China do not have top 3 ranking in now, sad,, where is the power smasher Fu Hai feng ... what is happening to China's double...?

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    Based on current ranking and form , China must work harder on their Men's double, Xu Chen /Ma jin must work harder, in case Zhan Nan /zhao yun lei fall out of the top 3 ranking ...

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    Just because china is sponsored by li ning doesn't meen the last two posts have been relevant.

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    Lin Dan , Please come back in 2014, badminton singles don't seem exciting without u....

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    he will be back

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    So i guess i'll be the first one to share my impressions of N50-III. Great racket. Fast. Powerful. Clears are effortless, defense is good, the power is easily accessible. The feel is rather light (but not too light, it's still head-heavy), not too stiff. Mine is violet - very nice colouring, not as nice as n55-iii, though )

    Some thoughts about comparison with other rackets... Since i have all the third gen ones:
    N55-III - the most head-heavy of the bunch. Very solid feel but still rather fast. Feels and plays similar to n90-ii with a bit more crisp feel. N55-iii is the stiffest of the third gen ones but not too stiff (a little bit under MX-JJS' stiffness).
    n90-III - the one i don't really like, plays rather averagely for me. Feels rather whippy. Just slightly less head-heavy than n55-iii but doesn't really seem faster. Between the two i hold n55-iii as a definite favourite.
    n50-III - the least head heavy of them. Stiffness is around the same as n90-iii, but it doesn't feel too whippy since it's not as head-heavy. Feels fast and precise, finally, in the end of a two-hour session, i can still do fast stick-smashes and flat drives.

    Comparing n50-III to Adipower Pro. Feel very similar. Stiffness about the same, the APP maybe just a tad stiffer. APP feels abit heavier overall. Play rather alike, n50-iii feels a bit faster. But APP is a great racket, great power in singles and fast enough for my doubles games, so i usually use it or jjs in doubles, since i'm really afraid to break my n50-iii in a clash.

    Comparing n50-III to MX-JJS. The feel is quite different, because JJS is way stiffer. Personally can't pick my favourite of them. I really really like the JJS. Sometimes it plays incredibly well in my hands. Sometimes i struggle a bit with the stiffness (mostly when i'm tired). Can't decide right now which one is better, the less stiff feel of a n55-iii is a bit closer for me now, but that can change overtime.

    I string my rackets with ZM65 at 25/27 lbs, play with both feather and plastic.

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    Now I wish all Li Ning fans, A HAPPY MERY CHRISTMAS !

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    Li Ning officially present in mauritius since oct . first to arrive were shoes , apparel , bags ( see my purchases ) . Rackets expected next week . Name:  DSC00028 1.jpeg
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