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    Default Broken Ti-10 (2nd gen)








    no idea how it happened. was playing singles.

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    looking at the paint chips....
    my guess, your ti-10 has served you well.

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    true. i don't remember when i bought it. it could be my memory failing me or it was just that long ago.

    most of those chips were from clashes in the past few weeks! that means it has served me most right before dying!

    on the same note, all those clashes probably weakened my frame.

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    no doubt, ti-10 (2nd gen) is a great racket to have. damn nice to use. top notch playability, great performer.
    the only poor thing, is its durability.
    i see many cases that the part in between grommets at 5 & 7 o'clock area, sunken. high tension lovers need to bear with this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    no doubt, ti-10 (2nd gen) is a great racket to have. damn nice to use. top notch playability, great performer.
    my brother used the ti-10 for a day and was very happy with its feel. he used more or less the same words you did.

    now i'm thinking between ti-10 3rd gen, ti-10 2nd gen, arcsaber 7, arcsaber 9. ordered from cheapest to most expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llpjlau View Post
    my brother used the ti-10 for a day and was very happy with its feel. he used more or less the same words you did.

    now i'm thinking between ti-10 3rd gen, ti-10 2nd gen, arcsaber 7, arcsaber 9. ordered from cheapest to most expensive.
    Sorry for your loss .

    Why is Arc9 there , all your other rackets - are reasonably attacking then arc 9 comes out of nowhere :O

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    Quote Originally Posted by llpjlau View Post
    now i'm thinking between ti-10 3rd gen, ti-10 2nd gen, arcsaber 7, arcsaber 9. ordered from cheapest to most expensive.
    i will go with that choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    i will go with that choice.
    what's your personal experience with it?

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    the Arcsaber 7 is not as stiff as the Ti-10 2nd/3rd gen, so that might be a worry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llpjlau View Post
    the Arcsaber 7 is not as stiff as the Ti-10 2nd/3rd gen, so that might be a worry.
    True , but then why is arc 9 on your list?

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    Quote Originally Posted by krisss View Post
    True , but then why is arc 9 on your list?
    some have mentioned how easy it is to use the racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llpjlau View Post
    some have mentioned how easy it is to use the racket.
    Yeah that is very true - it is a very forgiving racket .

    Good luck on your next racket - have you decided yet?

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    nope not yet. still considering between those 4. leaning a bit towards the arcsaber 7 now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llpjlau View Post
    nope not yet. still considering between those 4. leaning a bit towards the arcsaber 7 now.
    my late, my bad.

    arc7 is faster swing speed. shaft not as stiff as ti-10.
    the feel is quite unique.
    if you got the chance, try it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    no doubt, ti-10 (2nd gen) is a great racket to have. damn nice to use. top notch playability, great performer.
    the only poor thing, is its durability.
    i see many cases that the part in between grommets at 5 & 7 o'clock area, sunken. high tension lovers need to bear with this.
    The AT series also face the same problem when strung with high tension...

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    my condolences. my guess is that the frame was weaken over the clashes. and then at one point it just gave in.

    looks like a well used racket that have served you well though. time to move on to a new one.

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    twas a gd partner for me bakc in th day as well. strange how mine and my partner's broke at the same spot as yours...

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