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I've never had a "cheap racquet" per say. I've always been using racquets like JS10, BS12, Arc11, etc. I guess you could say top end racquets....
If I'm not mistaken there isn't on the market that is even close to what the JS10 can offer, in terms of speed and power all in one package.
I've played with both and still continue to play with both. And IMO you can't go wrong with either one.
I know Tan Wee Kiong used ZF1, as seen in the 2014 Thomas cup. I don't think he ever played with ZF2
Carolina Marin beating Li Xue Ri at world champs in 2014
Anyone notice that he changed his "ready position" to look more like LCW now.
So I'm thinking about buying an arc11. But I'm wondering if there is any difference in performance between the two colours.
Or its just the...
I don't know what HX900 you're looking at. That clearly looks like a AS90S
on badminton central? Where else?
Tbh I believe there is no such thing as dedicated racket for each singles or doubles. Just play with whatever you feel comfortable with.
Please help me identify if this is legit
Which city are you located?
Remeber when this thread was about Victor rackets
Could be an AX77 with repaint for all we know
That's one legit racket you got there
That looks like a yonex logo on his shirt, and a Acr11 in hand
They are still using Victor products, so I assume they haven't left Victor. And only left BAM.
Has anyone seen this colour of the TK onigiri?
If it ain't broke don't fix it. It works for him, so why change shoes.
Debby Susanto used Nanospeed 9900 for a long time.