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Thread: Ti10 n MP77 - Which is better?
03-20-2005, 04:51 PM #35
Hmmmmmmm ......... I've never seen a Ti10 in any stores I've been to.
In result I know less about this racquet.
Can someone tell me the specs of this racquet?
Like what the frame and shaft is made of, the U and the G.... As well as tension recommendation.
03-20-2005, 06:07 PM #36Originally Posted by Neosakai
03-20-2005, 06:51 PM #37
Oh.... So the only way to obtain it is to import from another country.....
Well, since Ti10 win when comparing to MP77....
How bout MP99 vs Ti10?
03-20-2005, 07:53 PM #38Originally Posted by Neosakai
As for the comparo, Ti-10 is head heavy, MP99 isn't, MP99 has ultimum Ti, Ti-10 doesn't. MP99 has muscle power grooves throughout the head, Ti-10 only has them on the top of the head.
For more details, use the search feature or read the reviews.
03-20-2005, 08:02 PM #39
I find it really depends on taste and feel. Ti 10 is head heavy so stroke seems more fluid. Mp 99 has that snap to it if you have a fast stroke. (leave the racket head behind when you execute the stroke). On a bad day though, I find that the 99 can be frustrating.
03-20-2005, 08:31 PM #40
Mp77 head light?????Originally Posted by Javalina
04-19-2005, 06:01 PM #41
yonex ti-10 vs mp 77
hi....just wanna ask which racket fits for a offensive player
04-19-2005, 06:14 PM #42
Both fit. Both are stiff head heavy rackets, but Ti-10 is even more stiffer and head heavier, IMO. If you want pure offensiveness, go for the Ti-10. It might be a bit hard to find though . If you need more info, do a search in the racket reviews section. You'll find dozens of reviews for both of them.
04-20-2005, 06:20 AM #43
Stick with your Ti 10
Bought a Ti 10 3U last yr and nv regreted
04-21-2005, 01:03 AM #44
I prefer MP77.. power!
04-21-2005, 01:08 AM #45
More power, feel, control, and precision out of the ti-10. It is important what tension you string at though. At the lower tensions, maybe 24-26 the mp77 is more forgiving and might edge out the ti-10, but once you hit 28-30 pounds the ti-10 is worlds above the mp77.
Be sure you have a strong arm and wrist though or you are in for a world of hurt
04-21-2005, 07:07 AM #46
The MP-77 is not even of the same class as Ti-10. You must compare the Ti-10 to the highest of the MP series, which is the MP100.
Attribute-wise, if you like nothing but smash the hell out of your opponents AND you have a strong arm, you can't go wrong with the Ti-10. It's the most damaging in terms of smasing power. Still, it does hamper a bit with the reduction in mobility ie defensive reflex due to the head heaviness. Fancy clearing all the way BEYOND the baseline effortlessly?
If you prefer better balance as well as not being a very armful kind of player, the MP77 would be a better choice. It doesn't tire you very much. It is somewhat more mobile than the Ti-10 but not as strong.
My experience with both was on the extremes - the Ti-10 is awesome but tires me after 3 games but it gives unparallaled power. On the other hand, the MP77 is one racquet I dislike the most. It gives the impression that the racquet is neither here nor there.
Pricewise, I think MP77 is just slightly cheaper.
Playing-wise, make sure you train your arm a bit if you plan use the Ti-10. It depends a lot on the arm instead of the wrist.
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