Professional players and their racquets

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    Hendra : Fortius Tour 10 Quick, Wave Fang Zero
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    wait for someone to translate to English
    Player's Name, Racket model, string type+tension

    disclaimer
    *authenticity unsure*
     
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    Racket models don't need translation lol. Even with my poor Mandarin skills I'm using logic to translate it. 4 digit models are the Aeronauts. 3 digits are the Calibars. 2 digits are the TurboChargings. There is a prototype X-1, a N90III, and a smattering of N50s of all 3 generations. Strings are the first 2 character of the 3rd colum and tension is the last 2 digits of the 3rd column.

    The top table is the men's team, 2nd table is the women. The last I think are coaches.

    Example of how to read the first line is basically Chen Long, Calibar 900, Number 1 32lbs. Liu Cheng, Calibar 900C/Aeronaut 7000B, Number 5 30lbs.

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    The last table is for international players sponsored by LN. First one for example is Sindhu.
     
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    Ah I stand corrected 0 mastery of Mandarin

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    LOL you know they are trying too hard when they put in brackets : Indonesia’s NUMBER ONE WOMEN’s SINGLES next to Gregoria Mariska Tunjung’s name.

    Shows how unknown she is and how desperately Li Ning needed to fill up that last excel spreadsheet cell. LOL.
     
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    I find it interesting that the men's team slightly favours LN1 over LN5. (not sure if it's a double or singles thing, because I can't read any of the names).
    Whilst the women are the opposite and almost universally favour LN5?

    Any thoughts to why?
     
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    Not sure why but I can tell you that the left column are singles players and right column are doubles players.
     
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    It also looks like Zheng Siwei 郑思维 (only person playing with 9000C) is using No7 o_O
     
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    If I am not mistaken, From the Lining table, siwei use number 7 string, liu yu zhen use aeronaut 7000B, while lijunhui aeronaut 9000D
     
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    Great work, thanks A LOT! Is it okay to share this table in other social media platforms?

    And besides, is there a general trend away from those mid-30s tensions that we've seen in the last couple of years or is that just a single snapshot that we see here?
     
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    I haven’t been following the tension trend for pro players so I’m not sure about this. Malaysian players often go >30lbs but I’m not sure about the trends in other countries. (I don’t care if Lin Dan actually uses 23 lbs anyway, he probably wreck me with a steel racket)
    But yeah feel free to share, I can give you that excel file if you want anyway, make good use of it


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    Did Shi Yuqi use the N7ii before? Did he just do the switch på 9000?
     
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    Now that I can read the names, it looks like they swapped Li Jun Hui and Liu Yu Chen rackets around? Well Li Jun Hui is definitely using the 7000B.
     

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