Professional players and their racquets

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  1. leejunlong999

    leejunlong999 Regular Member

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    hmm it just remind me those types of new product victor releases to the players first. like the js12

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    No doubt about that. But just look at the wooden handle of the racket in the middle, you can see the other two has black paint till about 1/3 of the handle but the wide side of the middle one doesn't and you can clearly see that the smaller sides of it still has black paint further down. Hmm...
     
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    maybe its just the paint not dripping till that area

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    I'm pretty sure the machines that painted these racket wouldn't just out of the blue decide to skip a bit of the wooden part lol
     
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    there is always a margin error haha

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    I think he pulled off some sort of sticker thats usually on the wood there (before it's sprayed)....or maybe he sanded down some rough spots since I think he grips it fairly thinly and any bumps would be felt through it
     
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    After some misterious months of victor js 12, is there any player still use it? Or some of them back to there racket before?
     
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    Pretty much all the same users are still on it.
     
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    i see, so js12 is worth to wait, until june or agust maybe
    For they who love jetspeed racket
     
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    i see, so js12 is worth to wait, until june or agust maybe
    For they who love jetspeed racket
     
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    The frames come gripless for the high level sponsored pros... So they can just grip to their current setup and personal liking. No need the hassle of removing the original grip like us mere mortals...

    Here's Taufik's, from long long ago.
    [​IMG]
     
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    no wonder theirs look so clean

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    Yep. And also if you get the first wave of a new release and then immediately remove the original grip, chances are they will come off cleanly, from my own experience...
     
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    ohh i always dread removing them cause of the tape on the wood . so i tend to wrap cushion wrap

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    Oh.......the red one looks great.
     
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    taufik's? is it a ach-11??
     
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    You can't tell? ArcSaber 10, if you're wondering.
     
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    Does anyone know what racquet Wang Shixian is currently using? :)
     
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    Tai Tzu Ying just posted some pictures on her facebook profile after winning against Maria Febe. Does anyone know what racket she was playing with in that match? I'm curious, since this would be (as far as I know) the first different racket after playing shortly with HX-800 and then switching back to her trusty TK-7000s.

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    I'll bet top dollar it's a new Thruster. Look at the angles of the paint work on the shaft. And the general placement of the colors on the head. It smacks of classic TK design layout.
     
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