KKK/Tan Vs. Jonas Rasmussen/Lars Paaske!!

Discussion in 'Jonas Rasmussen Forum' started by JR, Jan 17, 2008.

  1. david07

    david07 New Member

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    Does anyone know what racket Jonas is using now?
     
  2. punchclear

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    I believe JR plays a Wilson nCode n4.

    Wilson n4
    (the proof)

    They're still available, though possibly no longer in production, having made way to the newer K-series...;)
     
  3. chris-ccc

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    What racket is JR using now ?

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    Sorry david07... I think most of us were paying more attention to JR's play/skills than to his racket. And punchclear is on rackets too. :):):)

    Perhaps JR could answer the question(s) about his rackets used. :D:D:D
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  4. david07

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    lol, I was wathing the game, trust me. but I saw a wilson logo on the strings and was just wondering.
     
  5. punchclear

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    Actually...
    I used to play the n4 (and n2), which is why I recognised it on the telly...;)
     
  6. azabaz_ipoh

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    i wonder what shoes JR was wearing. :)
     
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    Our azabaz_ipoh says: Shoes are more important than rackets

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    Hahaha...... I was waiting for you to ask this. :D:D:D

    To azabaz_ipoh, shoes are definitely more important than rackets, as we all know her opinions. :):):)
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  8. Goh TW

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    :mad:I am kkk/Tan B H fan, anyway that day, your play well congrulation to you and your partner, one question to ask do you think my dream team can get olympiad champion, due you comment on new paper that malaysia player is more easy to beat.



     
  9. azabaz_ipoh

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    :D i am currently saving for my next shoes even when the current shoes is still in good condition. wanna buy a good pair so must save up. :D anyway, the shoes JR was wearing looks interesting. i am guessing it is a wilson. somebody told me wilson shoes are good too for badminton even though they speacialize more on tennis and squash. so i am waiting for JR to maybe promote the shoes a bit. :)
     
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    i believe the results have answered your question:rolleyes:
     
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    Very good effort, nonetheless!!!..

    ..Jonas and Lars, just want to say, you guys were terrific during the M'sia Open tourney. Thanks for providing some wonderful plays & great effort shown especially in the MD Final!!:cool:

    Anyway, i just have a bit request if you don't mind sharing your insights/thoughts. *Note, i haven't seen the videos of your matches against TBH&KKK, FHF&CY and MK&HS:
    As mentioned in the 2008 MO Finals thread, what made you guys decide to do quite a few flick serves, on and off, during your MD Final match against the INA pair? And if you guys didn't do a lot flick serves to FHF&CY and KKK&TBH, was the decision based on the style of each respected pairs' style & speed of play?

    Thanks again for your insights. And looking fw to more success from you both!:cool:
     
  12. Oldhand

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    JR, it looks like you have lost weight :)
    Harder training to be leaner and meaner?

    somebody didn't tell you... an oldhand did :p
     
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    hi, i´m not JR but google for Wilson EB7, there are also different (better?) colours...
     
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    i know it was you oldhand but i didn't want to sensationalized (hahahahaha :) ) your name. indeed it was you who told me good things about wilson shoes. :p

    will do. thanks for the info. :) :)
     

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