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Professional players and their racquets

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Josh, Oct 13, 2001.

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  1. llrr

    llrr Regular Member

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    He used N7 before
     
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    No idea about this, i just followed what it said in the picture

    Oh btw, here's the google sheet link, feel free to edit and share it if you'd like to. Cheers.
    https://bit.ly/30TZYyc
     
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    Awesome, thanks again!
     
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    Sorry, was more directed towards the original info rather than the spreadsheet. Nice work!
     
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    Forgive my lack og knowledge om LN rackets. The TB70 Zhang nan is using in the table i assume is turbo charging 70, however have the 70 been replaced by 75?
     
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    The 70 and 75 have entirely different specs. Their naming scheme is weird, but generally the first digit would be defining the quality of the racquet and the last digit would be how they differ the series number. But this is pretty inconsistent even with their "new and improved" names

    Short answer is no, the 75 did not replace the 70.

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    The 70 is the former N7 II.
    The 75 is the former N9 II.
     
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    Well that is definetly and easy system to figure out when the naming is used defineret everywhere! :s
     
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    This might be true indeed. Could it be becaus of the strings getting thinner and thinner? No more need to go with super high tensions.
     
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    Well the trend from the data I've seen in the last decade is that the male professionals tend to string from 31-33lbs regardless of discipline. Above that average are generally outliers mostly from the European side (e.g. BoMo). String choice has not been proven to be the deciding factor for any tension changes AFAIK.

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    seema like ginting went to li ning.
     
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    After look the lattest draw results, If the daddies reach australian open final and meets kamura/sonoda then win one more. I will pre order both new mizuno fortius 10 quick & power 3U weights.. no matter what. :)
     
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    except that it will not change your levet at all that is fine since you could still give your impression to us and that is way more interesting than hendra/ahsan winning some tournament with chop sticks... oh and will you be able to order the bats?
     
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    And then after you get them, you find out they're using repainted Yonex rackets (don't know if they are or not but possibility is there)
     
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    Good old NR900. :D
     
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    Wait after they break the ages barrier one more. they racket almost doesn't exist outside japan, only die hard fans and "chosen one" could afford those, neither ordinary intermediate/advance level or just skillful/muscular badminton player.
     
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    What are the rackets used by Praveen Jordan and his XD partner?
     
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    TurboCharging 75ex and 3D Calibar 900i
     
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    seo seung jae using nanoflare 700... and in the mid of second match change to arcsaber 11(looks like because broken string, and used his partner racket)in the match againts kamura/sonoda
     
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    it seems you should be better off with commander/assailant pros :)
     

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