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Replacement for N9II

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Berniste, Jan 25, 2019.

  1. False Catalyst

    False Catalyst New Member

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    but I suspected that it was my physical ability, but I was like wait, if I could generate power with ZF2 and Arc10, then how could my strength be lacking.
     
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    Apparently, you do have an issue with stiff rackets. And again, N7II is far less stiff than JS10, DZS and ZF2.
     
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    Yo i think you are mistaking me for the thread opener, I find the N9ii to flexible for me, thus, i picked rackets like the DZS and ZF2. I tried the 4UZF2 and i liked it because it doesn’t lag when i do a full swing, and it was surprisingly fast for the kind of racket it is
     
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    ooops, you're right. Didn't notice that you hijacked the thread. That's why you shouldn't post in BC while attending a business meeting and pretending that you're writing down important meeting notes... :confused:
     
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    Well, i was in class, so you pretty much got that part right,
     
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