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    I would say you are missing off NS 8000 and NS 9000S/X. NS 8000 is a very popular racket in my local club\area and NS 9000 is all I ever seem to end up stringing...

    I also see AT700, AT900P and MP99 a lot. The original ti-10 I am told was also THE racket to have in the late '90's early '00's. Haven't seen many ZS, seen a few AS10 but more AS7. I have never seen an AT900T...

    One thing you have all forgotten is the low end Yonex rackets. How many of those are sold a year to beginners/recreational players looking for a cheap racket. I see an awful lot more of those than I do high end Yonex rackets :P

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    I think the best selling yonex racket series will be the Carbonex..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurry D View Post
    I think the best selling yonex racket series will be the Carbonex..
    No chance to ask you. How was the Yonex racquet you got on our TC gathering? Good? Are your smashes as hard as LCW now?

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    Hey Nokh88,

    It is a great racket... my smashes are still the same..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurry D View Post
    Hey Nokh88,

    It is a great racket... my smashes are still the same..
    Good to hear this. Remember not to sell it off.

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    Is there any official source ? a ranking published by YY or something ?

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    If you look at the "check your serial number" thread, Arc10 is the most popular of the last 3 years or so. I see 2 years of the thread are already missing/archived, that would probably boost AT700 to #1 of the last 5 years and maybe an extra boost for TI-10 ...

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    To pick one Yonex amongst the best YY has had to offer? I chose AT700 original.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSLvictorSOTX View Post
    To pick one Yonex amongst the best YY has had to offer? I chose AT700 original.
    I second that. Even though my shoulder can't stand playing with it.

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    lot of recent racquets can be ranked as all-time classics :AT 900, AT 700, MP 99, ARC 10, NS 9000 and NS 9900, etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Heh, you can still get one for a training racket: heavy and small sweet spot!
    Oh yeah thats a good idea

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