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    Thanks for the video.


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    Just a question here.. the little grip that u apply at near end of the racket butt is it a normal grip or what?

    It actually makes the grip neat though

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    Thanks. It is definitely not rocket science. But believe me.. Many people don't know how to put on a grip on a racket handle. Feel free to put comments on the u tube site. Thanks

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    very nicely done, I never realised that you could put on the grip ""backwards" but that makes sense in a way, thanks again.

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    Excuse me, but seeing this video, I have many questions to ask yourself:

    At first you say: "That's Lee Chong Wei racket"
    Is it you who always put his overgrip?
    He put it exactly?

    How should I do to remove the original grip properly?
    Is Yonex rackets provided these players without grip?
    Is it possible to buy a racket without grip?
    The video is not high definition but as I understand, we must put the overgrip directly on the wood?
    What grip size LCW uses? G4?

    The last question: In the bottom of the handle, put a cut overgrip?
    The yellow thing with a tape, how should we put it (34 seconds)?

    In any case, THANK YOU VERY VERY VERY MUCH, I am very happy.

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    Chong Wei or any other players put their own grip themselves. In fact that was his old racket. You remove yourself the original grip. All rackets come with it's original grip. Yes it is g4. It was recorded on IPhone. If you are willing to send me a HD camera I would be willing to record everything in HD.
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    Yup.. he meant LCW uses that model of racket..
    yonex at 900 power..

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    For HD, I say this because I was not on the overgrip was placed directly on the wood.

    I have another question that I forgot (I apologize for all these questions, I know I would not have to answer lots of questions but I'm a fan of Lee Chong Wei), the weight of the racket is 3U or 4U?

    How do we put the yellow overgrip in the bottom sleeve?

    You say that Lee Chong Wei makes his overgrip himself, but puts it exactly like you do in the video?

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    Thanks for the trouble ants. With all the informations you gave, I had kinda figured it out and your video confirms it. It's the neat aspect of this method that's so pleasing. Gripping like LCW, LD, it's getting geeky and scary. I should be spending more time on court…
    Thank you again.

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    LCW's racket is 3UG4, I believe that ants has a few of LCW's rackets that he has been given by LCW himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Badiste View Post
    For HD, I say this because I was not on the overgrip was placed directly on the wood.

    I have another question that I forgot (I apologize for all these questions, I know I would not have to answer lots of questions but I'm a fan of Lee Chong Wei), the weight of the racket is 3U or 4U?

    How do we put the yellow overgrip in the bottom sleeve?

    You say that Lee Chong Wei makes his overgrip himself, but puts it exactly like you do in the video?
    The Yellow Grip at the bottom is not an overgrip. It is the normal grip which was cut from the excess of a grip. It can be any color.. not necessary yellow. Chong Wei grip his own racket. Yes.. he put it almost exactly how i did in the video. Thanks again.

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    Thank you very much to you for your great patience.
    I'm really happy.

    THANK

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    That's very interesting that LCW adds thickness to the base of the grip (the bulge) to protect his hands from scraping. I've always wondered how he is able to dive around so much and yet not have scarring on his knuckles (like I do from just a couple of dives during tournaments).

    With Taufik's towel grip bulge, someone mentioned that he actually grips the bulge itself? That seems a little strange given that the thickness of the bulge is so different from the rest of the racket, and doesn't seem long enough to be stable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Badiste View Post
    I'm a fan of Lee Chong Wei.
    WTF...

    Hell, why do you so insist on gripping your racquet exactly like LCW...?
    Do think it would get you better or something ?Would it affect your level ?

    I'm a huge fan of YoRi and Nova...But don't use AT900P, I don't wear shb90, and happily I don't grip my racquet like they do, from the bottom to the middle of the shaft...

    Anyway gripping a racquet is very personnal thing and I think copying really doesn't make any sense....it's ridiculous...

    Congrats badantsider for the tuto it's really well filmed and explained

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    Hehe, I tried the LCW grip today, for the "bulge" at the bottom, I used an old super grap, wrapped around the bottom of the handle twice, unfortunatly I didn't have any athletic tape, but the grip was straight onto the wood, and I wrapped it with a 2/3 overlap (yonex 102ex yellow)
    Impressions after a five hour session, quite impresssed, unfortunatly, this is my last time with Supergrap, as I am making a permenant basis

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    unfortunatly, this is my last time with Supergrap, as I am making a permenant basis
    I didn't understand...
    What do you mean ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thom_bad View Post
    I didn't understand...
    What do you mean ?
    lol, I just realized that I missed part of the post out, it just shows I am tired after 5 hours of training. It should say:
    This is my last time using Supergrap, as I am making the switch to Towel Grip permenantly.

    Sorry for the confusion

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