Looking for a mid range even balance racket, preferably 3U.

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  1. Dias09

    Dias09 Regular Member

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    I mostly play doubles, and like to be able to manoeuvre my racket quickly. Until now, I've been using a cheap Nanoray D1, and while it has been adequate so far, I'm starting to find it too flexible as my game evolves, and I don't like the flex feeling .

    So I'm looking for a mid stiff, even balance, 3u racket, which can withstand clashes to q fairly high degree.
     
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    Li Ning 80TD
     
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    deepinthemusic Regular Member

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    Why not go all the way, arcsaber 11 or nanoray 900? Its ok to splurge a little bit, and you know you got the best they can offer so you can focus only on your game

    Arc11 because even balance, nanoray900 because hes using nanoray d1
     
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    i prefer the Duora 77 or the bravesword 12

    best of luck
     
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    bs12 hands down, one of the most enjoyed rackets for recreational and professionals
     

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