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    Default China National Badminton Team - Rackets

    Hi since I had some free time and I always see people asking for their rackets, I decided to make a list.
    It includes the Li-Ning rackets as well as the Yonex they have been using. I haven't listed all of the members.
    I hope it answers all the questions about their rackets.

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    SORRY it's N70 not the N77

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheetah View Post
    *= CAI Yun uses the N77, altthough Li-Ning says he uses the N33
    The way I understand things is that N33 is developed based on his input and preferences when Li-Ning created rackets for the National Team (the N (National Team)-series).. So the N33 was designed based on Cai Yuns preferences.. But Of course he can use rackets based on other players input, I would think.

    Both N90 and N90-II where developed based on LDs preferences but as we can see he still sticks to the N90 orig in WC. N50 and N50-II where diesigned on input from Fu Haifeng, and He seems to have switched to N50-II..

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    The way I understand things is that N33 is developed based on his input and preferences when Li-Ning created rackets for the National Team (the N (National Team)-series).. So the N33 was designed based on Cai Yuns preferences.. But Of course he can use rackets based on other players input, I would think.

    Both N90 and N90-II where developed based on LDs preferences but as we can see he still sticks to the N90 orig in WC. N50 and N50-II where diesigned on input from Fu Haifeng, and He seems to have switched to N50-II..

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    Just a QQ that i wanted cleared up. Lin Dan is using N90 still yes? How come the top of his frame is full white? Whereas the N90's for sale have a black top frame?
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    Cos he put a white tape to make the head heavier

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    Mmm thats what I initially thought from what i've been reading from other forums on BC, but its just so neatly done its hard to tell if it's part of the paint job or not. Thanks Yoppy.

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    Cai & Fu
    They change the rackets.

    Kason blongs to the LiNing Group.

    Last edited by FIFA2008; 09-17-2010 at 02:10 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by - иεvvεи٭т -ツ View Post
    Just a QQ that i wanted cleared up. Lin Dan is using N90 still yes? How come the top of his frame is full white? Whereas the N90's for sale have a black top frame?
    That is N90.

    But Lindan sticks rubberized fabric at the top of the frame.
    make the top of the frame heavy


    watch this match,you will find the answer
    2010WC_MS_R2_Dan LIN vs Henri HURSKAINEN
    http://www.sendspace.com/file/zui046
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    Oh Wow, Thankyou for that.

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    Doesn't Du Jing use the N90II? She and Wang Xiaoli use the N90 and the N90II, I never can remember who uses which. I was surprised when I saw them use such heavy rackets, pretty unusual for WD players...

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    my list isn't up to date, but yes Du Jing uses the N90 II and as far as I can remember Wang Xiaoli uses the N50 (In WC 2010)

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    wang lin uses N50II

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    Latest Info : Fu haifeng & Cai Yun are using Kason rackets now. They will be launched in Singapore in late February 2011.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Latest Info : Fu haifeng & Cai Yun are using Kason rackets now. They will be launched in Singapore in late February 2011.
    Well perhaps not the "latest" info :-) it is kind of old news.. They started promoting kason before China Masters a few months ago.
    Personally I think the branding strategy of Li-Ning to also promote Kason as "high-end" is a really bad decision. I think they should rally focus on building the Li-Ning brand for their high-end badminton.. Losing focus just ot "keep" kason brand around is not a good strategy imop.

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    could it be possible that li ning will become the dominant badminton supplier in china much like yonex in japan in the future by acquiring all the smaller badminton companies???

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    Quote Originally Posted by FIFA2008 View Post



    great reference by the way!!!

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