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Yonex Carbonex 7000 Plus Badminton Racquet0 out of 5(0)
Carbonex Badminton Racquet by Yonex – Play your Moves in Style!
The badminton racquet from Yonex comes with a lot of features. Built with an ergonomic grip, it fits right in your hands. The durable aluminum material makes it sturdy and long-lasting, in addition to it, the material is lightweight which makes your moves work like a breeze. Built in an oval shape, it helps to play medium level flexes easily. Carrying it can anywhere never be better because it comes in a bag.SKU: SPBA-RT-04R
Yonex 0.7DG Blend Badminton Racquet (Blue)0 out of 5(0)
Yonex voltric 0. 7Dg is made from super high elasticity high modulus graphite, making it possible to withstand higher tension than any other yonex rackets. For the first time, experience yonex with higher tension up to 35lbs. Combining incredible power and fast racquet handling for the first time, voltric is the perfect racquet for players seeking exceptional ‘all-round’ performance. Voltric’s exclusive tri-voltage system helps to achieves the combination of heavy smashes and speedy racquet handling.SKU: SPBA-RT-09BL
Yonex Voltric Lite Badminton Racquet0 out of 5(0)
Combining incredible power and fast racquet handling for the first time, voltric is the perfect racquet for players seeking exceptional ‘all-round’ performance. For the first time, voltric’s exclusive tri-voltage system achieves the combination of heavy smashes and speedy racquet handling.SKU: SPBA-RT-10BL
Yonex GR 303 Badminton Racquet0 out of 5(0)
Don’t be overly economical. The lower priced rackets are usually quite heavy because they are made of cheaper material. You will tend to use more arm movements rather than your wrist to hit the shuttle if your wrist muscle is not strong enough. This will lead you to develop bad habits. Heavier rackets are mostly preferred by players who have much stronger wrists and can, therefore, make use of the weight of the racket to extract more power from it. So unless you are in this category, experts would suggest to purchase one that is not too heavy. Choose a grip size that you feel comfortable with. Generally, attacking players prefer bigger grips as they need to hold the racket more tightly to generate power. Players who like to rally and make use of deception usually prefer a smaller grip so that the racket is easier to turn in their hands. Buy a head-cover with your racket, and use it whenever you are not playing. Remember not to store your racket close to the central heating radiators, or leave it exposed to sunlight inside a car. Treat your Badminton Racket with respect at all times.SKU: SPBA-RT-01