Professional players and their racquets

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  1. Edmund96

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    Did anyone notice Kashyap Parupalli switching to Li-Ning?
     
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    What racket is WSX using at the French Open '15? It's not the N90III anymore?
     
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    any pictures?
     
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    Still looks like Arc11 to me...
     
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    It could be... I can't tell
     
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    seems logical
     
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    Probably. He will be having a hard time finding a replacement for his Arc11 with Li-Ning rackets. :p
     
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    So does that mean that Li-ning has no similar rackets to the arc11? What about Victor? Ive seen Goh V Shem switch from arc11 to JS 10
     
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    Li Ning, afaik, has no Arc11-like racket. Theirs tend to be softer and often heavier. Its likely that KP just signed and hasnt tried all rackets yet, or at least hasnt decided. And going into a tournament with a very unfamiliar racket is not sth you want to do on a high level....keep in mind that unlike some of us, he never switched his racket, so for him its probably a bigger change than it would be for us.
     
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    alot of the indian players are using N9 under sponsor of LN .i feel N7 is a possibility for him since he like stiff
     
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    N7 isnt stiff.
     
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    its quite stiff when i used it tho.works differently one anybody
     
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    It's objectively not stiff :D
     
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    Did LCW used Duora or zfII at the French open?
     
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    Back to the Duora
     
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    LCW not young tho. something even balanced like Duora might feel more comfortable to play with mayb. :)
     
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    he had a lcw in the bag
     

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