Li Ning Rackets for 88S & 88D

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  1. vergarm

    vergarm Regular Member

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    @throttlementok, I bought the TC75D but its smashing was not good, it doesn't give you smashing power. How is Aeronaut 7000B compared to Astrox 88S 4U? I'm thinking of getting the Aeronaut 7000B but would like to get your feedback. Thanks!
     
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    throttlementok Regular Member

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    7000B is flexier than 88S. 7000B has better performance in terms of smashing. Actually 7000B is all rounder racket for me. It is fast, powerful, and really easy to use.
     
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    Thanks. It looks like 7000B is what I'll order next.
     
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    Have anyone tried 9000c? How’s the feel? Give some reviews ?i am currently using astroxx 88D(4U) and N9||. I m looking to try aeronaut rackets. Suggest me some rackets either from aeronaut or 3D caliber.
     
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    How fast is it compared to the 88s
     
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    Do you play singles? Tc75c feels sluggish to me. I have 8000d and it’s wayyyy faster


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    Guys,

    I owned the Li Ning Turbocharging 75i for a while, and tried the 70i as well. They were both too light and stiff for me to generate any power, but control and speed was very good. I also tried a friends Astrox 88D, and it feels great all around except it too was too stiff for me. All were 4U G5. So I'm looking for a racket that feels similar to those, even to slightly head heavy, but the shaft needs to be noticeably more flexible. Which Li Ning racket would fit my needs?

    Thank You!
     

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