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Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by AznDude, Dec 2, 2007.
Important is try all racket yourself because every person has different taste.
I totally agree. You shouldnt choose a racquet purely because 'its your style'; true some racquets are more suited/give you for power and control, but u should get wat u feel comfortable with. In the end, u should be controlling how u play with a racquet, not the other way around.
Mine gave me grief, not power :crying:
A panic-stricken maniac broke mine :crying:
AT700 3U does pack alot of power and may be much easier to control that AT900-P.
maybe armortec series does not suit u...think/try out of the box..try nano speed 6000 etc...
lol nanospeed 6000 is this april fools? lol
I agree with what NovJoe said i guess
It's really a personal choice. If your gut tells you AT700, go with that.
It IS a powerful racket which is 'quicker' than people give it credit for...
I 'sessioned' one last week and it felt sooo goood...
nanospeed 6000 y not?..at least its made in japan not china
i am talking about the real nano6000, not those fake one...made in china one
their fake n real yonex racket looks exactly the same . wow beware!!
buy yang yang racket...made in china one, sure suit u..good luck n BYE BYE
at the end of the day, got control or no control, got power or no power, it all depends on the player skill level....and this is not a april fool joke.
go and buy it already.......if not OK then sell it here in BC ....hahaha
All in all, those are my personal opinion of the rackets.
At the end of the day, the owner is the one using it .
hey, just another question i had. I just used the AT 500 again today and judging just by clears the AT 500 seems pretty powerful but for some reason when i smash there was no power at all.
nothing personal, but I think you should check your technique.
i agree, its probabaly your technique. One way to learn is just watch instructional videos + internatinal tournaments. Thus, you will try them on court and build it up there..weird theory but worked for me XD
interesting... technique... LOL
Hey i just had a question if you guys were to judge which racquet is "easier" to use the AT 700 vs the AT 900 Power which one would you say? ( you know how some people say some racquest are for advance to pros etc etc)
At 700 probably easier.
It's been nearly a month...
I notice that you started this thread in the beginning of the month...
It is commendable that you've taken the pain to thoroughly and meticulously do research for the purchase of your next racket.
However, I do hope that you have a spare/back-up racket of sorts which you've been playing with in these weeks...
Dude, it's coming to year's end... I hope you haven't been mulling over, "What should I buy next..." at the expense of playing/training...
When you started this thread, an AT was the last thing on my mind. I'm not your typical 'smash-based attacker'. As the weeks passed, I got curious enough to actually session a few (had to figure out why you had so much difficulty making up your mind) and actually develop a deep liking for the AT700. In some ways, it is very different than what many make it out to be (but it IS powerful...).
I have since gotten it for myself and now play AT700.
Go out there, try all the rackets you can get your hands on, and pick the one that you like the most (even if the tie-breaker is the 'colour')...
I hope you 'find'/decide on your next racket soon...
AT700 very easy to adapt to. Personally find it very 'playable', even though I came from head-light & even-balanced frames ('aero' x-section heads)...
haha thanks, im just looking into it and the reason why it took so long is because im getting it for christmas so i was looking into racquets a few weeks earlier.. ya basically my first racquet was MP 99 because a few years ago i read that it does nothing bad its balanced etc etc so i thought i would get an racquet that is "easier" to adjust to. So i guess im leaning towards the AT 700 since its easier to use then the 900