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Originally posted by Ray PingPongEva2 wrote:
do you think that mizutani zlc is suitable for a girl with really good forehand, backhand but no very good footwork?

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Originally posted by PingPongEva2 PingPongEva2 wrote:

do you think that mizutani zlc is suitable for a girl with really good forehand, backhand but no very good footwork?

If you really have good FH and BH and you are advanced level of player then yes.
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Originally posted by PingPongEva2 PingPongEva2 wrote:

do you think that mizutani zlc is suitable for a girl with really good forehand, backhand but no very good footwork?

Definitely not.

The problems w/ bad footwork are amplified by the speed of a setup.

Going to the racecar, professional version of a racquet when you are still improving the fundamentals of your game is just not a good gamble. If you have a MJ ZLC lying around sure to try out, sure that's pretty costless. Actually buying one and thinking it'll be a good fit on such a player is pretty unrealistic.

I'd also argue its hard to have a good forehand without good footwork, too. In a real match, its not a training drill where the ball comes back to where you want it. If you don't move your feet well, the timing window becomes very tight for that shot. This narrow window becomes even more narrow for a blade as fast as MJ ZLC.




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