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How to choose paddles (4)

 How to choose paddles
by Wayne 13 years ago
 Re: How to choose paddles
by alphapong 13 years ago
 Re: How to choose paddles
by Newb 13 years ago
Re: How to choose paddles
by B3 13 years ago


The following message (subject: Re: How to choose paddles) was posted by B3, on 6/30/2006 10:33:29 AM:
My advice would be a recreational racket, Donic and Butterfly are available from here, and would be good. Stay away from anatomic handles, they're hard to find; try to stay shakehand. The Donic 400 is very inexpensive, if your son already knows the kind of game he wants to play (offensive or defensive) then a better paddle may be in order; if he's not decided, this is a good start.

As far as balls go, I'd stay with three star; the price difference for 2 star or 1 star isn't enough to warrant them unless you're stocking a robot.

If he's serious about wanting to play well, you should get a coach, and he'll recommend the right equipment for your son.
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