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I really think the NS6000 is already a great racket for anyone lacking strength/power/swing speed already.. LOL
What do you think is wrong with...
what kind of towel grips? (brand/model)?
It's probably bg65 at something lower than 20.
Visor has a very good point.
pretty much.. just don't feel too bad.
Really, don't be too put down from that. Sure it sounds bad, but.. kids are starting to play badminton at earlier and earlier age, and I see...
no idea.. but i heard there are some delays with the roof and stuff? (not high enough?)
It's Jethro if you still remember me.
Since you play at Suria.. why not get Troy to coach your nephew?
If only you were in Toronto.. D:
good luck on your sale!
Where did you string this?
well if you liked the ns4500.. ns9900 should be the best thing that will happen to you ;O
they are overpriced.
LOL... i was curious one time.. took it off and washed it.. then used the other side, lasted me a while :p
When i first got my NS9900.. it was kind of awkward, because i was always missing and hitting the top of the frame, but to my surprise.. the top...
i'm still interested if there's room for one guy :P (i don't have a partner either)
I remember seeing some posts on this forum saying that recent Armortecs were more "fragile", and couldn't take consistent high tensions like 30 lbs.
well.. the thing with the slow drop.. is that it has to be perfect (as in so tight that it's almost kissing the net as it goes over. I just think...
I've bought this racquet.. I think 2-3 years ago, and it served me well (:
Very forgiving racquet, good defense, easy to clear, but the power...
Perfect clutch drop.. prevents a deep/high lift, i think.
super clutch drop shots .. until you get a good clear where you can land a good smash, i think.