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    Which li ning racket easiest to clear?
    My clears dont really go to the back of the court..

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    Actually that's an N50. You can tell by the red top of the frame, the white Arc10-like stripes on it and the shaft design (white crescents framing the writing, not golden arrows)

    And is it just me or does he use just overgrip and no towel grip on this one? Either he experiments a hell lot more than even me with his grip, or he just toys with the competition by using unfamiliar rackets and grips
    Thanks for the correction. Since it was a red racquet I assumed it was his trusty N90.

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    There is no one answer to that question. Depends on your technique, swing style, power.....I'd say to go with a medium-stiff, head heavy one - N70 worked nice for me in the beginning. However, clears not going into the back is most certainly a technique issue, as it is not really hard to clear to the baseline with any racket, given a somewhat suitable tension and decent technique. So, my advice would be to get some advice on how to improve your clear, and work on that for a month - after that, re-think getting a new racket

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    Thanks for your advise

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    hmmm, N70 the one Cai yun used before he switched to C7 right? i wonder how does it compare to MX70

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    In my opinion , after trying out C9 Fu haifeng racket , it doesn't seem to be as good as N50II. Racket head not really heavy. Now i intend to get another N50 racket!

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    That's because the C7 is the head heavy one duh

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    Oh, and if you want to sell your F9, let me know

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    Excuse my LiNignorance, but is the N65 a new model?

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    Ay it would be a new one.
    That's a pretty bland color scheme though.

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    Yes the N65 is a new model, and looks pretty bad. Same colours as the N-70-II, and twice as bad. Perhaps its a picture quality issue.

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    Anyone know why Lin Dan change to N50?
    Maybe he tried one out in training and realised that it felt nicer to play with than his N90.
    Or he's just that good that he can beat players like LCW using a doubles racket

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    There's no such thing as a "doubles racket". He's probably more comfortable with the lighter feeling of the racket now - he changed his style of play a bit, after all, so maybe he decided a change of racket was warranted as well and as he doesn't go for max power anymore, found the N50 to be suitable. What surprised me more was the change of grip to a normal overgrip....

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    There's no such thing as a "doubles racket". He's probably more comfortable with the lighter feeling of the racket now - he changed his style of play a bit, after all, so maybe he decided a change of racket was warranted as well and as he doesn't go for max power anymore, found the N50 to be suitable. What surprised me more was the change of grip to a normal overgrip....
    Yes, i agree there's no such thing as a doubles racket. But the N50 is primarily used in doubles. I can't think of another professional that uses it for singles. Also I read many reviews on it that say it is too light for singles. IMHO, it handles quite well in singles.

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    And yes, the grip was really surprising. Not sure what he's up to, but it's working. Maybe he just stole one of the women's doubles player's rackets and didn't bother changing the grip to his usual style haha. Congrats to him winning the HK open anyways.

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    Hm I do not think it's too light for anything - it's on the heavy end of the 3U range, so I don't think other rackets come much heavier. The BP is not too low either, higher than the Arc7 anyway and that one's pretty popular in both doubles and singles. It's also more head heavy than that shiny Wilson SS uses....anyhow, it's not a defensive or very quick racket, it's pretty balanced, so there's no reason why it shouldn't be used in singles (I think the Chinese MS players prefer the N55 because of the slightly stiffer shaft and bigger head for more control).

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    I agree, its a 3U so standard weight, and also feels mid head heavy balanced. Don't know why so many forums and reviews say that it's head light, really fast, and too light for singles. Anyways, nice to know that my N50 is the way it should be as I was beginning to think that it was just N50 paint on an N55 or N50II racket

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