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Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Gold-, Sep 4, 2008.
which racquet is the best in control and net play
Id say it would have to be the arcsaber 10.
What is the string are u using & at what tension ?
Ive just had my arcsaber through this mornin after breaking my old one . But on my new one i have nanogy 98 at 24lbs but i havnt tried it out yet. But i think for net play and control i would go for nanogy 95 and about 24lbs
but it depends on how high of a tension you usually use?
There probably isn't a best racket as it's down to the owner. In my opinion it's one which is head light so you can make small adjustments to the racket head to deceive your opponent. They also have less momentum so you're less likely to hit the net.
As for string you just have to get used to the feel of it so you don't hit it to high off the net. When I restrung my Carlton racket with nanogy 95 24lbs my net shots were way to high off the net as it's so much bouncier than Carlton string. Once I had gotten used to it though my net shots were really tight.
25lb with BG66 with most even balance racket
that string will give you the most control and best feel for net play.
is mp99 good in net play? cus it is rated as stiff and have the same weight. will it be better then arcsaber10 . how would u rate mp99 in control and feel out of /10
I would say a woven8 would be good in net play and control.
can i ask an question here?? izit head heavy racket is more good in smash while light racket is for control?? does light racket do well in smashing also?
headlight rackets can smash, just that you probably wont get as much power.
i can smash with my NS7k(headlight), but my arc 10(even) has much more power.
but a head heavy racket may make my hand abit tired if continue play for few hour...>.<
In my opinion, you gotta have good control in the first place. a racket will not suddenly make you have good control, it's just icing on the cake. just because you use a at900t don't expect taufik-like control at the net.