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Apacs Attack 66
Apacs Attack 66
  • Black / Gold
  • Medium Flex
  • Slightly Head Heavy
  • Well Balanced

A fast racket and is developed to suit power based players who want more control or those seeking to improve power generation. Good for beginners or intermediate players.

YONEX Astrox 88S
YONEX Astrox 88S
  • Great for Doubles or Singles
  • Flex: Stiff
  • All-Rounder

The YONEX Astrox 88S great for players of both singles & doubles. Ideal for either intermediate or advanced players.

Li-Ning A800
Li-Ning A800
  • Pre-strung
  • Blue, Black, Red & White
  • Shaft Flex: Medium
  • Great Value

Designed for balance, power and control, ideal for skill players with quick hands. Intermediate & advanced players.

Here's what the Experts had to say about these rackets

Apacs Attack 66

Most suitable for beginner & intermediate players

All-round badminton racket is designed to give you faster swing, sharper and powerful drive shot and smashes.

Yonex Astrox 88S

The Astrox 88S is a very good racket

It’s a playmakers racket, somebody who likes to find spaces, controls the shuttle well and can hit reasonably hard.

Li-Ning A800

Perfect for smashing & clearing

The Medium-flex shaft and even balance ensure that you always plenty of power for your shots. Offers a quicker swing through the air.

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Things to Consider When Purchasing a New Badminton Racket

  • If you can pick up and get a feel for the racket before you buy. Unfortunately this is not always possible with many purchases obviously coming from online retailers.

  • It may take a couple of weeks to get used to your new racket. Don't dismiss it as being the wrong racket until you have played several times with it.

  • Do you like a lighter or heavier racket head? What about shaft flexibility? Stiff or flexible? The style of play will largely determine the answer to these questions but it is something you need to think about before purchasing.

  • What type of string do you intend to use?

  • What's your budget? Buying the most expensive racket won't instantly make you a better player. Technique and skill level are far more important.

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