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Voltric Z-Force 2 (3U) Vs. Voltric Z-Force 2 (4U) Vs. Astrox 99 (4U)

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by syncope, Jan 27, 2019.

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Which is the best?

  1. Voltric Z-Force 2 (3U)

    36.8%
  2. Astrox 99 (4U)

    26.3%
  3. Voltric Z-Force 2 (4U)

    36.8%
  1. ucantseeme

    ucantseeme Regular Member

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    In India most people play with plastics (You, too?), so a more forgiving racket would help here. I also think (I don't know you and can be wrong) that you are according to your description of your singles game not at the level to use such a racket efficient. It seems you are very interested in the power department, while experience singles player would care more about control, so I agree with @SimonCarter that an AX77 wouldn't be too extreme and chances are higher that it will fit to you. :)
     
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  2. syncope

    syncope New Member

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    No, actually I play with the Aerosensa. My coach recommended me the Z-Force or the JS12 but Victor isn't big here in India,so it's hard to find one. He doesn't know much about Astrox, then being relatively new but did tell me to ask someone experienced with it about how it feels.

    Since both of you are recommending the AX77, I think I might test it out along with the ZF2(4U) which my local store has and see whose feel I like better Thanks for all the help. Really appreciate it guys.
     
  3. Vivek Bagadhi

    Vivek Bagadhi Regular Member

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    See whether you can find the 3U version of AX77

    Sent from my ONEPLUS A6000 using Tapatalk
     
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    SimonCarter Regular Member

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    If you can test the ax77 do it, That way you will know for sure what you are paying for! I agree on getting a 3u.
     
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    OK. Will see if they have the 3U.
     
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    Fernaldishan New Member

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    ZF2 4U is much better. bcoz it is slightly user friendly in terms of speed only compared to ZF2 3U and AX99 4U.
    also it tires arm slightly compared to others. even it is 4U. it is great form smashing because the ZF2 is the best racket for smashing. no matter even it is 3U or 4U
     
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    When I haven't played for a while, my 3u Force II, the only racquet which I used for years, feels like a piece of dead metal. The thing that I like about my Force II is the solid stable hits whether its push, clear, lift, drive or smash. However, when it comes to defense 3u Force II, you can really feel that you cannot defend that fast even without trying other racquets. I remember using jetspeed s10 after my strings broke and I probably played better than with my original Force II (so essentially Force II is my training racquet. If your finger and wrist power isn't strong enough then you'll probably be using the wrong muscles while defending with a Force II.
     
  8. Erum Meraj2310

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    Absolutely agreed. i think your coach can give u the best advice on this topic as he/she is aware of ur skill set and style of playing
     

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