What is the racquet you use the most?

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  1. h4n5ip

    h4n5ip Regular Member

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    first one or two game AT700
    after that 900P
     
  2. Smichz

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    1st,900P , 2nd,old700, 3rd,ti10 2nd gen.
     
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    Me, too... :D:D:D
     
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    Apacs Nanospeed 7700 for me =)
     
  5. Tornoni

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    Started with Yonex AT700LTD.
    After an hour and half, start using Yonex AT300 for the remaining of the game.(An hour or less)
     
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    Ti-10 for me ! :)
     
  7. davesb

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    a SOTX Woven 7 for me
     
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    SOTX woven 7 for the first few then SOTX Beijing 2008
     
  9. Smichz

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    Play double mostly.AT900P,AT700old,Ti10 2ndgen
     
  10. AT500Gravity

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    AT 500 4 me
    but is it good for afressivve plays r is it only good 4 practice?
     
  11. AT500Gravity

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    where can yu buy apes rackets here in ontario?
     
  12. Terraglow

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    Arcsaber10, but it crashed :crying
     
  13. bluecraze07

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    It's Apacs, not Apes. You can try to contact Kam from apacscanada.com
     
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    SOTX DF600. The racket made by the Gods.
     
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    You mean D-600 :confused:
     
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    I used to play mostly with my AT 150. I've been pretty much satisfied with it that's why I bought 2 of these. (I don't like changing racket much.) But after trying an even-balanced racket (one of the Muscle Power series), I discovered that my defense was maximized. I did a little research to find something cheap but with great quality.

    That's how I discovered Carlton Powerblade Tour. It was the greatest. Although my smash has been compromised, the control and defense made up for it.
    The speed of the racket was superb! I can easily flick tight drop shots and do net kills. My clear was really strong that sometimes it goes out (meaning I need a little more time to get used to it). My fast drives have improved ... and drop shots even better!

    It's a racket for doubles game. Now I'm salivating at Arcsaber 10 because it's also even balanced. I just wish someone will give me one for my birthday. c",)
     
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    Update

    I'm using SOTX Woven 9A as my main racquet for doubles game now.
    For single play, it's still AT700LTD.
     
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    i use the AT900Power
     
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    Same thing. The official name of the series is Diamond Fighter.
     

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