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Thread: Li Ning Rackets Fan Club :)
05-14-2011, 10:08 PM #1378
Bro twobeer is right , N90 ist generation is Lin dan preferred racket , more heavy heavy and stiffness.
N 90 II now has another edition , just saw in a shop , called S-type.
Balancing point 304 , quite stiff
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05-14-2011, 11:03 PM #1379
Thanks for the info cuz my uncle is thinking about it as well, he has BP730 any reviews on it? btw he mostly play doubles what racket u recommend him in the li-ning n series range he is more of a control player n advanced he plays 3 times or 2 times a week
05-17-2011, 06:40 AM #1380
05-17-2011, 07:19 AM #1381
hmmm yes i finally got my li ning n90 feels light for some reason hahahha but the head is definetely heavier than my ns800
05-17-2011, 08:28 AM #1382
06-02-2011, 01:14 PM #1383
Hello, I'll post this hear as well, since there seems to be so many Li-ning racquet experts here, I'm looking for suggestions for a li-ning racquet, doesn't have to be n series. The current racquet i'm playing with is the Black Knight Magnum 40xl and Nanospeed 9900. I like the Nano9900, but the shaft is too stiff, my smash arm actions are long and slow, so when I use it, it feels like i'm really pushing something heavy, but I like it as I feel my reaction is quicker and I can pick others smashes more. The Mag40 is my usual one. Can somebody recommend one with flexible shaft, overall light weight for picking, and similar to the two I described above? Thank you in advance for your help.
06-02-2011, 07:49 PM #1384
06-08-2011, 03:04 PM #1385
I attended the first round matches of the Thai Open today and realised that besides Boonsak, Thai players Sophon and Kunchala have also made the switch from Kumpoo to Li-Ning. Sophon plays with a N90II and I believe Kunchala uses the N70II.
06-08-2011, 04:01 PM #1386
06-08-2011, 10:51 PM #1387
06-10-2011, 03:21 AM #1388
Li Ning Fans. Hi all, I have used the Yonex Voltric 80 before, 3U4... not suitable to me to play double, for single ok. I feel too heavy, net skills and defense become not flexible and my hand easily get tired by just maybe play one or two games only(not stamina, just the hand feel). So that, base on this experience, which N-series of Li-Ning for suitable to me? planing buy Li-Ning racket...
My style during the games is I have smashing a lot during a games, playing double because quite hard to get the single mate. So, most of the time playing double only. Therefore, share me your experience how to choose a Li-Ning N-Series racket. I need powerful smashing(strongly need) without lost at the defense side.
How different between N50 or N50II? how about the N55-II, very like the design^^ ... any compare between N90 and N90II?
06-10-2011, 03:49 AM #1389
Hm. If the V80 is already too heavy, you won't like the N90 either, it's at least as heavy/head heavy. The N50II is pretty heavy, with a moderately head heavy balance (BP~295mm), and medium stiff. The N50 has a lower BP (~290mm), but is quicker, and -for me- nearly as powerful.
The N90II might be an option, it's lighter and not as head heavy as the N90, but stiffer. It will only be powerful if you have sufficient technique, you need to have good timing and a quick swing to get power out of this racket. Maybe not a good choice if the V80 tires you out.
The N55 (havent played with the N55II) is similar to the N50II, but stiffer, which feels pretty nice imop. On the other hand, it feels heavier than the N50.
So, in conclusion - there are a number of suitable rackets, but if you can't last more than 2 games with the V80, you also need to increase your endurance. In addition to your badminton training, you could do some exercises for your forearm and wrist strength, like practice the tightening of the grip (20-30 repititions, as hard and quick as possible. Can be combined with a net kill drill, if someone feeds you shuttles).
If you can't use heavier rackets for a long time, perhaps you should get a lighter one and smash a little less - vary the pace, smash with different angles, it's just as effective as thundering down hard smashes all the time. Maybe even better (just look at Boe&Mogensen - they don't smash hard, but have very good placement and variation).
06-10-2011, 04:31 AM #1390
thanks j4ckie for the useful information. so overall N50 will be suit my current situation?^^
Yup, already plan to improve my forearm and wrist strength, planning to get a training racket that 150g to train myself. I used to use yonex head heavy racket, but till last time my coach sponsor the head light racket and yet have used it since last four years. Currently change back to yonex, Voltric 80, but i just tested for three times only. Maybe too much different with the old racket, maybe just tested few times only. But i sure is quite tires me due to the power of hand no enough. But by next week will go exchange the 4U Voltric80 with someone, see how is going for.
Ya, without training, I have to smash a little less and think the efficiency time to use smashing. Still trying hard on getting more experience to play.
06-10-2011, 04:39 AM #1391
based on your situations, you need to decide what type of player you are! agressive or defensive! you can't get the best from both world.
N50 - more balance racket with slight heavy head (defense and attack)
N90II - heavy head (aggressive rackets)
N50II - overall weight is more heavy than N50 and N90II. slight head heavy just like N50.
I have the above 3 rackets including the 4UG5 VT80. usually i will switch between N90II and VT80. N50 & N50II is normally in my bag and occasionally taken out to play with the weak player.
06-10-2011, 04:55 AM #1392
Maybe add N50 and N90-II as my choice lo... yet, keeping my strength will be my first consideration to choose the racket, but also don't like the situation of voltric80 3u4 happen... haha... very difficult ya...
06-10-2011, 05:28 AM #1393
Well it depends on your technique and swing style, but the N50 can Be very powerful as well. You need a faster motion, but you can smash just as hard as with the N90II with it. The N50II is too heavy and feels sluggish imop, I think its overall weight is the biggest in the N series.
06-10-2011, 06:04 AM #1394
really thanks the information, i initially thought the N50-II not heaver than N90 and N90-II and yet want to choose it... now i Know what racket that i will going for^^
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