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Have you thought about using the 3U variant? Or the 3U variant of the rackets you mentioned?
I guess its better to be safe and have back ups...
IMO the ARC11 is fairly user friendly. A very good all around racket, you can't really go wrong with it.
In the video you're purely smash with just the shoulder. Try turning your body more perpendicular to the net and follow through with switching...
OR you can be like old school LD and put some good old fashion tape on your racket.
I have 3 rackets all with BG 80 at 27lbs. I don't get to the 3rd racket until 6 months+ after the initial stringing and it feels like brand new....
At a school level, I would allow this. But if you're playing with more experienced players they may not allow it.
IMO this is quite questionable.
How is the 3U 88D? I am strictly looking for a review on the 3U model, but it seems that everyone in this thread is using a 4U.
I have my Arc11 strung at 28lbs right now, and it is holding up just fine.
JS10 fastest racket imo
Yes the 3U version IMO isn't that heavy in overall weight. I don't think the 3U 88D is very heavy either. I don't understand why everyone is...
Yonex Duora 10 LCW had a light blue colour
Sounds like you need to buy a racket spec'ed out with a stiffer shaft.
Looks like Lee Yang switched to Victor Auraspeed 90K
I haven't purchased it yet, just want a 2nd opinion on the racket before I drop any money.
Can someone please help me identify this racket off it's fake or not.
LYD, YYS, KYS, and many others used BS12 and that had a medium flex shaft?
Is it expected that all pro players have to use a stiff racket? Its...
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I've done it many many times. I've bought more used rackets than brand new ones.
You just need to check for condition ie (paint, dents, cracks,...