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    Default which racket to get for an intermediate/ advanced player

    So I've broken three rackets in the last year and now need a new one, money isn't an issue, I'm a singles player and like rackets with a lot of new technology.
    I was looking at maybe the Voltric 80 or a Victor racket.
    Any suggestions
    Thanks.

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    new technology would be VT80 (with nanopreme)
    new models from Victor would be Meteor X 80 (MX80)

    however, you should buy a racket based on your characteristic, not because it's a new technology
    VT80 and MX80 are stiff and head heavy
    will it suit you?

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    Get the At900t! It has plenty of technology inside and is really good all around

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    The Meteor X 80 has a new frame the octagon shape. I've heard alot of good reviews about it. And I'm looking forward to get the MX80 too

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