Replacement for Yonex NS 9000 type S

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  1. jkusmanto

    jkusmanto Regular Member

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    Hi all,
    My Yonex NS 9000 S is broken.
    Can anybody give me an advice which Yonex racket can replace it?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. dffhkhksg

    dffhkhksg Regular Member

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    What were the specs of that racket, and how much do you want to spend?
     
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    jkusmanto Regular Member

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    Fidget, I am to try ArcSaber.
     
  5. gundamzaku

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    but if the nano9000s works for you, just stick with it. unless you broke it on purpose to give yourself an excuse to buy a new racket of a different series :) jk.
     
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    You may like the Nanorays if you liked the S
     
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    The NS9000S has a very different feel from most rackets out there. It's similar in feel to other NS series rackets (but not the NS9900 I find). It feels kind of soft, not the usual solid feeling I get from swinging a racket (and I'm not really talking about stiffness, just the 'feel' of the racket :p). So you might want to stick with what you know. Maybe try nanoray, but like I said, these newer rackets will have a different feel than your 9000S
     

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