One of the best strings for smashing on the market right now is Yonex’s Aerosonic strings. They’re the thinnest string in the world and have incredible repulsion power.
Moreover, what is hard feeling in badminton strings?
Yonex uses a classification of soft, medium and hard feeling strings and the best way to describe it is this; soft strings tend to feel more bouncy and stretchy, they feel like they stretch easier and hard strings feel very solid and rigid without bending much.
Also question is, which color string is best for badminton?
Badminton Strings such as the Yonex BG 65 string are ideal for all-rounder badminton players. Yonex string package has color code yellow to specify the “DURABILITY”. Repulsion: If both durability & repulsion is the choice, then choose thinner strings lesser than 0.70 mm.
What is the thinnest badminton string?
String thickness is measured by gauge. This is the diameter of the string in millimeters. So the smaller the gauge, the thinner it is. Thicker strings are usually 0.70mm gauges whereas the thinnest string is currently 0.62 mm.
Yonex BG65 Badminton String
This is probably the most popular Yonex badminton strings, sort of like the “must try” badminton strings for all badminton players. Yonex BG 65 was used by a lot of World-class players. With the thickness of 0.70mm and multifilament structure, Yonex BG 65 is a durable, flexible string.
The compound titanium hydride coating provides a sharp but comfortable feel at impact. Designed for hard hitters. More Information. Color(s)
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A:BG 65 ti is better. Lasts longer than most strings at high tension . It has a hard feeling and better for offensive shots than the BG 65 which has a soft feeling .
Typical tensions range from around 40-65lbs, but most players’ tensions fall well within that range of extremes! Generally speaking, professional stringers tend to advise players to string their rackets as low as possible whilst still being able to maintain control of the ball.
The higher your string tension, the more control you’ll have while the looser your string tension, the more power. Here are the above tension ranges again, but adjusted for power or control: Nylon/Gut: 50-60lbs (22.5-27kg)