Yonex Nanospeed 9900 Review

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  1. boyzz77

    boyzz77 Regular Member

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    The power for smash ok?which wabt u think ok for smasher?
     
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    you have to see your smash technique. with the right technique the ns9900 can smash quite hard, almost as hard as the vt80 for me.
    i cant smash hard on the arc11, but there are people who can do it very well....
     
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    arc 11. offers more power and control for back court players
     
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    Are u sure bro...many say ns9900...i aso dont know..haha
     
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    no believe me its arc 11.. the control you can get at the back of the court is brilliant. the smash power is bout the same as 9900 but u get more control with the arc 11
     
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    haha I would love this statement. I suggest that this should be the answer for those type of question. :) well said dude. Need to comprehend them what matter most is the skills. not the racquet. Using n90 does not mean we can play like lin dan. same goes using Zforce will not turn us into Lee Chong Wei. I feel u bro. pretty much annoyed isn't.
     
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    can anyone give me their recommendations on 2u or 3u? I mainly play singles, but doubles as well, i wanna know what some of you reckon :D ?
     
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    Just got my NS9900. 1st time using head light racket. Will test it out tonight.
     
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    Yonex recently started reselling ns9900 widely, is it the same or does it feel different and worse in your opinions?
     
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    It's gonna be one heck of a change from the overly head heavy stuff I used to but I look forward to it nonetheless. What do you guys reckon is a safe tension on this?

    I know Mark goes insane with it but realistically if I don't want it to fall apart super quickly :p
     
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    Good god what a racket. Where have you been all my life?
     
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    i've taken all 4 of my original orange models to 28, no problems.
     
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    oh by the way there's a NEW red/gold NS9900 out so the black/red NS9900 will probably get clearanced soon.
     
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