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Yonex NanoSpeed 9900 SP/IP
[NS-9900 SP]
by peter wan Date Added: Saturday 09 May, 2009
Nanogy 95 : 23/24lb

to be perfectly honest, there's a funny feel to th racket when i first picked it up. feels a tiny bit more dense yet flexible compared to my extra stiff Ti 10s.

it says extra stiff on th racket spec and in all fairness, it is stiff but in my opinion, th so called "x fullerene" does NOT make it feel at all stiffer then an aver extra stiff. yes, it's stiffer thn an average stiff raclket but not comparable to an extra stiff under any circumstance.

i think the racket flexes well with a good technique and provides good power with the help of a medium feel string. i have a compact technique and dont usually overstretch to play shots so the fast reaction of the racket to my technique really helps to get speed in th shuttle when driving or killing under pressure.

clears are easy, drops are my problem so cant comment!! smash defence is quiet easy, no much more thn a normal headlight, other thn th aiding of the whipping action from a smaller wrist movement.

x fullerene and normal fullerene simply transfer power from technique a tiny bit better. i class myself to have a sufficient technique enough to feel it but not in a way tht will greatly change my performance. it might help under pressure to get tht tiny bit more distance towards th tramlines but i hit lines anyway so thr!!!

worth a try but the same goes for pretty much any nanospeed. nano makes a difference, however minute!!! if u want tht miniscul gain because ur technique is good, try a nanospeed. if u want your racket to flex a tiny bit more thn usual, get a 9900\

hope this helps

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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