Nanospeed 9900 vs Voltric 70 for competitive Doubles

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Natty Bumpo, Dec 29, 2014.

  1. orangenetic

    orangenetic Regular Member

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    Lol
    Well that's better than HyperNano...
    At least it has some humor in it....

    HyperNano? -.-
    I can't imagine what victor's gonna come up with next.......
     
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    orangenetic Regular Member

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    Btw they would have to make a ZF iii before they get a etune version of ZF ii. With some Nanograde technology it would be

    ZFiiiNG Etune
     
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    orangenetic Regular Member

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    Is there even vt80 etune?..........
    :/
     
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    There is if u dont know. Pictures has alrdy been released LOL
     
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    orangenetic Regular Member

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    Really? :O
    Do you have any links to the pictures?
     
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    leejunlong999 Regular Member

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    Go to tan boon heong fb page his new rackets
     
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    orangenetic Regular Member

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    :O
    ..........if those are real.....I think i'm in loooooooooove.......

    Was thinking about getting a VT80.....maybe I should wait for that sexy red etune version :eek:
     
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    If as a junior you need more power from a racket than vt70 will bring you, you almost certainly need to work on your technique. It takes a lot of practice to hit hard effortless shots.

    If you're not there yet, and still want to "get more" from the equipment, I'd propose to loose 1-2 lbs in the tension and/or to go with an even more flexible racket. A bit head heavy is ok (like vt70) but as a not fully trained junior going for more head heavy rackets isn't the way forward. It won't make it easier for you to get the technique right.

    Too many juniors play higher tensions and stiffer rackets than whats good for them, because they pick it up from the pros or local top seniors.

    Work on body power generation as someone suggested before. Feet to core to shoulder to elbow, winding up and deliver power. Baseball/golf shots. Throwing balls. Etc.

    If you work with weights, don't go too heavy as a junior, instead go for "faster muscles".

    Kind regards,
    The Blaster
     
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    And to answer your direct question: Stick with vt70. It's a wonderfull racket. Propably the single one Yonex racket that will bring out the best in most players (when you're not top 100 in the world).
     
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    Man I just broke three 3 strings on 3 rackets in one game. It was like a span of 6 points. All were BG 65 at 22-23 tension. When string and tension lasts longer? Broke string on Voltric 70, then Nanospeed 9900, and an old Arcsaber 002 I had. It was so embrassing! How do I avoid this or which string should I get?
     
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    As posted on the other thread:

    My guess... possibly three separate factors or a combo: old faulty string OR stringer's inexperience OR torn grommets. IMO, dont think its the string's fault (so long its not old) or the tension problem (22-23 lbs shouldnt pose a prob).

    Solution... just change ur stringer n ask to check the racket grommets.
     
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    BG65@22 is long lasting, no need to change. Anything thicker will affect playability.
    Did the strings break in the middle or at the frame?
    If at the frame, check your grommets and consider if it were due to hard mishits.

    If in the middle, check if strings were worn out at the crosses, if not it might be a stringing error (bad clamp or strings bend or pulled to burn the outer layer).
     
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    I suppose if you switch from voltric to nanospeed, you could easily mishit it at the top of the frame, due to the lighter balance. It takes some play to adjust.

    Then you mention 3rd racket being very old. Perhaps the strings were also a bit tender?
     
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    The Voltric 70 broke in the middle, the Nanospeed broke near the top of the frame, and the arc saber 002 broke in the middle. The arc saber's sting was very tender and still had the original factory string on it. I shouldn't have even tried to play with it. The Voltric was strung a month a go. I don't how I would mishit. They all broke on easy High clear returns. Now it is going to cost me $60 to $70 to fix all of the them. This hasnt happened before.
     

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