That said, Astrox 88D hits really well and there were no issues hitting a good length without much effort. Unlike some head heavy rackets, 88D delivers time after time and does not cause tiring in the arm. The fast swing allows good, clean hitting from the corners whether hitting high or low. I like it.
Moreover, who uses Astrox 88D?
Kento Momota was one of the top players who was using this racket in 2018. Back court doubles players also use this racket, while the front court doubles players prefer the 88s. Marcus Fernaldi Gideon, Keigo Sonoda, Muhammad Rian Ardianto are some of the prominent players using this racket.
Accordingly, what is the difference between Astrox 88D and 88S?
The technology of the rackets is the same, the difference between them limited to one model being slightly longer and a different point at which the frame flexes. The 88D is slightly (5mm) longer than the 88S, which in itself is 5mm longer than the longest racket in the Voltric range.
Is Yonex Astrox 88S head heavy?
88S is the lightest in terms of head weight, so expect a faster swing on what is already a fast swinging frame.
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Introduced in 2017, the Astrox 77 immediately had International players such as Marcus Gideon Fernaldi from Indonesia, Ratchanok Intanon from Thailand, and Akane Yamaguchi using it. A definite plus, considering Gideon is a frantic doubles player while Intanon and Yamaguchi are more traditional singles players.
Summary. Arcsaber 11 is a very nice racquet. It’s main forte is that it’s a really good all-rounder, delivering a high degree of power, balanced with the ability to turn on the speed to cope with defending , mid-court exchanges and frenzied net play.