Good Racquets head heavy for intermediate/beginners players

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  1. clashvij

    clashvij New Member

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    Please suggest good racquets for intermediate/beginners.
    Looking for head heavy racquets

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    Would recommend even balance racquets for beginners and intermediate.

    any particular reason for head heavy preference?
     
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    itsmebobdesu New Member

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    i think u will like lining axforce cannon

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    Perhaps worth considering Astrox 77 Pro. About even balance to slight head heavy. I found it more user friendly than the other Astrox series.
     
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    the ryuga II is perfect for beginner transitioning to intermediate as you start to develop more power
     
  6. Raju

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    So many reviews from Thai YouTubers on this racquet, not an single one in English. Do you mind giving more information on this racquet!
    If it's comparable to any in yonex, which one it will be. Also someone said 5U is as heavy as 4U, is that true?
     
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    ZeroSOFInfinity Regular Member

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    I think you mean Ryuga 2 TD.
     
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    TD version only if it's available in your locals. If not then there's no hurting go all the way to ryuga II. It is one of the most user friendly high end racket out there.

    I'm currently maining the TD version here.
     
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    Ryuga Gen 1 TD, lining N9II, mizuno jpx 3 rage, 88d tour
     
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