Lee Chong Wei is currently using the Yonex Duora 10. This is a revolutionary racket from Yonex.
Likewise, is Lee Chong Wei the best badminton player?
Lee Chong Wei is one of the
|Best BWF World Ranking||: 1|
|Specialty||: Footwork, Defence, Agility|
Secondly, how much tension did Lee Chong Wei use?
The tension of my string is 31lbs. (The stringing tension for an international player is between 26lbs and 32lbs). I’ve recorded the fastest smash at 417km/h against Denmark’s Viktor Axelsen at the 2017 Japan Open final.
What is the price of Yonex Astrox 99?
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|This item YONEX Astrox 99 Unstrung Graphite Badminton Racquet ( Set of 1,Orange , G4 , 80-84.9 grams , 29 pounds )|
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Richest badminton player: The number 1 highest paid badminton player in the world is the Malaysian badminton icon Lee Chong; his earnings are more than $ 75 million.
Top 10 Badminton Players of all time
- Number 9 & 8: Peter Høeg Gade & Morten Frost Hansen.
- Number 7: Tony Gunawan.
- Number 6: Li Lingwei.
- Number 5: Rudy Hartono.
- Number 4: Taufik Hidayat.
- Number 3: Gao Ling.
- Number 2: Lee Chong Wei.
- Number 1: Lin Dan.
Lee and Lin have played a total of 40 times, with Lin having the upper hand in their rivalry with a final head to head record of 28–12. Lee Chong Wei and Lin Dan are by far two of the most dominant players across three generations and many regard Lin Dan as the greatest of all time, leading to media and players alike …
Most factory strung rackets come strung at about 18lbs – 20lbs. At the high end, some professional players have their rackets strung in excess of 30lbs. For the majority of players, between 20lbs and 30lbs is normal between a range of beginners to advanced players, including some professionals.
Sponsored by Li-Ning, P.V Sindhu is currently using “N9 Li-Ning Racquet.” This badminton racquet is primarily designed for high power, offensive & attacking players that desire to play with extreme power.
Beginner : 17lbs-20lbs. Intermediate: 20lbs-24lbs. Advanced: 24lbs-27lbs. Professional/International: 27lbs – 30lbs+