The Voltric Z-Force II is the top of the line racket in the Voltric series, replacing its predecessor, the Voltric Z-Force. This racket sports the thinnest shaft, smaller head, and Tungsten infused grommets, all of which translate to explosive smashes, speed and improved racket handling.
Keeping this in consideration, is Yonex Voltric good?
Yonex Voltric Z Force 2
It excels in all ranges. It’s excellent in the backcourt, because its fast and smooth swing allows you to smash with plenty of power. It has a great performance in the midcourt, because its design allows you to have very fast reactions.
Also, which Cosco racket is best for badminton?
Top 10 Cosco Rackets
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Which Yonex series is best?
Using the very latest badminton technology from Yonex, the Astrox 66 is the best racket for improving and beginner players. Thanks to the 4U weight, this racket is very light to play with, and the head-heavy balance and flexible shaft ensure that this racket is user-friendly and offers excellent power.
Yonex is key player in making equipment while Li Ning footwear are very popular in athletes. Yonex Voltric series is well known in attacking game type while Li Ning G Force is suitable for attack and rock solid defense.
According to the Yonex chart, Astrox 100 is an extra stiff head heavy racket.
In fact is the best Nanoray rackets in repulsion. Nanoray 750 is top head light racket. Most of the Arcsaber series comes in even balance while some rackets are better in repulsion others are better in control. Arcsaber 11 is even balance (Slightly head heavy), while its repulsion is on positive side.
Yonex Astrox 77 Aluminum Badminton Racquet
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Astrox 38D is my first racket until now I am still using it. A good racket for beginner and intermediate , good for smash and best when played doubles and at the back. Recommended to beginners as it’s a very good racket for games and training too.
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.