Top 5 Badminton Racquets 2021
|Badminton Racquets||Technology||POWER (10)|
|Yonex Astrox 99 LCW||Namd & Rotational Generator System||9.5|
|HEAD Octane Pro||Advanced Composites Technology||9.5|
|Li Ning 3D Calibar 001||TB Nano, & Wing Stabilizer||9.4|
|Yonex Duora 10 LT||Aero Box Frame, Nanometric DR||9.3|
Secondly, how do I choose a Yonex badminton racket?
1. ‘Head heavy’ rackets feel heavier on the racket head and yield more power in your smashes. Voltric Series rackets eg. Voltric 80, Voltric Z-force, are Head heavy rackets in the Yonex range, with a high balance number.
One may also ask, which series of Yonex is best?
- Nanoflare 800: Perfect for Players who love Fast Rallies. If you are an advanced player or love to play doubles, you can consider using the Yonex Nanoflare 800 for its immense speed and control. …
- Voltric Z Force II: More Power and Speed for Advanced Players. …
- Astrox 77: The Light-Weight Racket for Superior Speed.
Is Li Ning better than Yonex?
Yonex voltric is developed with tri Voltage system which is more accurate system for better racket performance. Li Ning G Force Pro 2600 is developed on G force technology which uses ultra light frame and Dynamic Optimum frame technology to deliver best in class racket performance.
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.
U represents the weight of the racket, while G represents the length of the racket. Each racket should be marked with its weight. Most badminton rackets manufacturers use 1U, 2U, 3U, and 4U to indicate the weight of the rackets, with 1U being the heaviest and 4U the lightest. 1U: The weight is 95-99 grams or more.
The Apacs Feather Weight 55 racket is produced by Apacs and also the lightest badminton racket in the World. The Armor High Speed Frame design and the ultra light weight of this racket makes it Extremely Super Fast!
Badminton Grips Buying Guide
|Grip Size||Racket Grip Size||Size in mm|