Professional players and their racquets

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  1. Martynas

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    yea and to me it seems that he was able to produce better repulsion and control with boxer (though in most of the cases it had tape on the head)
     
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    I heard Rumours some indonesia players and Yuta will be using Li NIng 9000 I .

    I wonder how true is it , as it is an 79G unstung racket, but still head heavy at 327mm
     
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    Goh Liu Ying, the female XD partner of Chan Peng Soon of Malaysia.


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    Thanks .. Bro
     
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    all linings cp rackets are at least 88g, and decals do not matter that much :)
     
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    Axelson confirmed in a recent YT video his Astrox 100zz is 3U. Dropping it here because it's so difficult to find out what variant players are using.
     
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    One thing that Amaze me is Wang Chi Lin and Lee Yong Dae using Nanoflare 700 red which is a 4u racket...
     
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    Chiristie with a wierd new (may be old) LN racket.
     
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    Looks like a 3D caliber. and boy is he all fired up. playing really well.
     
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    From afar it looks a bit like an N90iii, by the black scheme over white
     
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    Yea it reminded me of the n90iii...maybe li ning have also dropped some new rackets?? But the lack of marketing would say otherwise....also did yuta use the 9000i? From the stream it looked like the 9000c.


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    I think the white on the shaft of Christie's racquet goes up higher than n90iii.

    I think Li Ning did the same thing with the 9000C right? Where pros were using it a few months before it ever came to the market.

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    Yes except for Tectonic they did that for AN9000 and older new releases.
     
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    Yeah it’s clearly not a N90iii
    Should be something new!
     
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    76 holes I guess, nice change for an LN racquet Screenshot_20210318-015241.jpg
     
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    At the very least, the last racquet that I want it to be is the Auraspeed90k(troubled days for LN)
     
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    Lol imagine!

    If they lose Christie it'd be bad news for li ning. They literally sell li ning Jojo racquets lol


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    Aren't all of their turbocharging 76 holes already? I've strung 3 or 4 different models and they were all 76 holes.

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    I'm implying a 76 holes aeronaut or calibar or tectonic, whatever that racquet would be
     
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