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Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by R20190, Feb 28, 2012.
It could always be ns95 hahaha
Wasn't ns30/50 a norm for Chinese team?
does anyone know what weight ZFII top single pros use？ ex. kento momota, kidambi, etc
Most professional players use 3u
I'm not sure, but the yellow seems right for NS95.
I have never tried ns95. Ns30 is an excellent string.
NS95 is weird. It's not that nice to use.
Sums up made in China products.
Li Ning rackets are really nice though.
Last sets of No.1 I got had a Made in Japan sticker. Not entirely sure if they make it in different places. Maybe Kizuna makes it.
Wouldn't that change some minute characteristics of string? Feel of no. 1 hasn't changed at all.
Oh you sweet summer child....as if you had no 'Made in China' products...
Oh and with the exception of a fraction of the Yonex rackets and some of the more obscure brands, almost all rackets are produced in China. Including Victor, Forza, Li Ning, just to name a few (yeah, some Victor rackets are made in Taiwan, not a lot though).
Li Ning No1 is an excellent string, for example, better than the Bg66UM by far.
I believe most of the Victors and Li ning sponsor players use Yonex strings..
IMO it doesn't matter much, what string any pro use. I think that they have preferences and liking, but I don't believe in the end of the world when they don't get their preferred string. For some of BC it might be that their smashs will end up as a drop shot and their cross court backhand clears will fall down at the T, if they don't get the right string and tensions above 33lbs.
It's a matter of fact that a lot tournaments are hosted by Yonex. The amount of reels that a pro uses per season is inefficient to carry and fly around the globe. Some racket come with sets, some Victor or Li-Ning players can play with a close Yonex string.
Atm I'm testing 3 different strings in my rackets and while alot of BCler whine about nuances of power, control and feel, I can say that I can play with all of them well enough to play serious and competitive. Regardless if BG65, BG80 or VS850. I played nearly 30 different strings of various brands in my life and all can be used to win, even if I don't like them.
Some people here make a huge dilemma of it, if BG80 is not available, they can't play well anymore. Do you think that Boe/Mogensen say "Oh BG80 is out of stock, we can't play. Let's drink a beer and let happen a walk over"?
Imagine how happy sukamuljo, fernaldi would be if that happened.
I think the next alternative is BG 80 power for them.
Can anyone verify this?
There are some strong comments about Victor string being crap because they're manufactured by Gosen.. Li-Ning strings not spared as well..
Cant see it on my phone, my only comment on that is that the No1 is an excellent string and -from my experience- outperforms the BG66UM in both tension retention and durability.
I currently have a reel of Yonex bg80, Li-ning no.1 and Gosen gt5. I wouldn't say any of these strings are crap and I only carry bg80 because a lot of people don't see past Yonex.
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can confirm about thailand. i spent some vacations over there in a badminton school for training. the common string even for the professional players are BG65 and BG80. some of them started to add BG66UM and AB into their range.