H S Prannoy

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  1. Master

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    HS Prannoy, Barcelona and Argentina :D
     
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    Watch comments exchanged between srikanth and prannoy. One fan said - an excuse ? Prannoy's reply to that fan was great.
     
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    Speedy recovery to him.

     
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    Oh no. He'd just barely got fit
     
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    That's Sad. I thought he would do good to qualify for Tokyo.
    Unfortunate for Indian badminton.
    I have one doubt. Anybody here can clear it?
    He is using Astrox 88D and he mentioned that he is using 32 pounds. But the max. tension allowed ffor this racket is 29 , right. How come he use 32?
    In his instagram , he mentioned it.
     
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    There isn't anyone restricting him on getting his usual tensions. Pros usually get their racquets strung above 30lbs. Heck many pros using Arcsaber 11(max 24lbs) have it strung at 30lbs. They don't care even if the racquets break, they get it for free man.

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    It doesn't matter what the recommended max string tension for the Pros. Because they are sponsored and it doesn't matter to them if they break the racquet. Arcsaber 11's recommended max string tension is 24lbs. Guys like Sukamuljo, LYD were using at 30-32.

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