Looking for a 3u Racket for Singles with great feel / feedback. Suggestions ?

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  1. StackAttackBoom

    StackAttackBoom New Member

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    I have been playing singles mostly lately , at high ish intermediate level . Looking for a good 3u racket with great feed back / feel off the racket as I play lot of slices drops etc.

    I have tried couple other yonex 4u rackets and use apacs tantrum , all of them are fine ish for doubles but lack power but more importantly feedback is very bad .

    In fact couple of times I borrowed some old heavy beginner rackets ( part almunium) when playing with kids , those offered better feedback.



    What factors actually decide how good a feel feedback a racket has btw ?

    Also I think I would prefer something head heavy I think but not the deciding factor.

    I would ideally like to try some rackets but kind of hard with corona etc and local clubs closed here .

    What rackets should I consider ?
     
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    100ZZ or 99 sounds like a good match for you then.
     
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  4. Nihal

    Nihal Regular Member

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    If you want a racket that supports power and maneuverability, then go for the Astrox 77
    If you want a racket completely for power, go for Astrox 1000zz/Astrox99pro
    If you want a racket that will help you more in speed than power, Astrox 88spro/88s

    I have the 77 4u4 and I highly recommend it.
     
  5. John Xina

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    I usually find Yonex racquets to feel a bit dull, though not as much as Apacs racquets. Victor racquets have great feel IMO, but there's a hollowness that some don't quite like. My current main is a 3U JNICE Black Panther, which I'd 100% recommend if you're able to get your hands on one.
     
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    The good Ol' Voltric z force 2 can never go wrong.

    Excellent racket although it's been out for so long
     
  7. Nihal

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    as I said, people have preferences
     
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    Hmm actually z force 2 is defo the biggest contender along with 99 pro , hopefully I can get to try them soon.


    Any recommendation in victor lineup ? I don't think I can find Janice here.
     
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    Bravesword 12 is an oldie but goodie. For something more recent, I really like the Auraspeed 90K. Both should be available in 3U. My personal favorite is the Bravesword 10 but unfortunately they stopped making those a long time ago :(
     

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