Professional players and their racquets

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  1. llrr

    llrr Regular Member

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    We're all 99% sure it's the actual AX99
     
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    No way this is a commercial one, the guy is powerful but when you see him smashing in slo-mo the racquet barely flexes...
     
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    ...and it's supposed to be a flexible racket.
     
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    Yup, CP n7ii is 3U and stiff. Completely different racquet to commercial n7ii Light.
    Yea I know... like what even?
     
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    anyone knows what is ko sung hyun and shin baek cheol using at the vietnam open?
     
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    Still using victor rackets (and shoes), Jetspeed 10q's. CMIIW?
     
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    JS10Q and P9300.

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    i see. Thank u
     
  9. ice man

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    Last time I saw KSH play he was on JS12, so he changed to JS10Q?
     
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    it looks like it:
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    KSH is since nearly a year on the JS10Q during the training at A1 Badminton Accademy. The change happend long time before.
     
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    I saw the poster, it's a yang yang racket but I'm not too sure of the model
     
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    i couldn't find it on any of yang yang catalog..... oh well thx anyway
     
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    As ZF2 and YY as it gets mate.

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    And he has a sponsor. Yippi!!!! :D
     
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    I hear its CP n7ii Light 3U Zhao Yunlei

    Someone managed to snatch the racket that Liu Yu Chen thrown.

    Another got Zheng Siwei n7 racket. Some hefty profit if these guys sell it. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    What does it say? No. 5?
     
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    Looks like a 5 or a 3 to me. Though from how pixelated it is, you could tell me it's a 10 and I'd believe it...

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    And 86 on the buttcap... I assume it stands for 86gr...
     
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    Liu Yu-Chen No. 5 Yellow

    The sticker is just another form of serial number that is present on all CP racquets.
    I've seen sticker numbers of 200+ would be a little ridiculous to play with a racquet that heavy in tournaments haha
     
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    I'm guessing players have a number and use this to mark their rackets clearly for stringers etc to identify...? Chinese team must have at least 2 guys working constantly just stringing when they're training, and all those tags and plastic bags Yonex uses at tournaments would be overkill for everyday use (I still find the plastic bags too much even for tournaments)
     

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