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Top 10 Badminton rackets

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Johannes, Feb 11, 2012.

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  1. Johannes

    Johannes New Member

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    Hello everyone

    iam looking for a top 10 racket listing.
    Does someone postet this before here? i cant find something like that.

    What do you think ?

    greetings Johannes
     
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    Dun think there is a list. Rackets r very subjective n best can be in terms of cost, playability, sweet spot area, stiffness, hardness and etc
     
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    maybe top 10 as far as overall sales? I think that would be interesting to know. but yeah, as far as top 10 "best", it's too subjective a topic to make a list of those.
     
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    "best" for me are those rackets above US$150+. And again, in regard for your personal preferences are entirely up to yourself. (flex, head-heavy-light, oval-isometric shape, length, grip size). I've tried low-end rackets below $100, but none of them seem to have boost up myself esteem on court. Few were broken by some light clashes with partners but hi-end rackets (+$150) suffered only minor paint chips for years. Again, if you have enough budget to afford hi-end rackets, then go for it... they can last for quite long on action which is quite a value for money.
     
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    Last night I just found out that we don't need expensive rackets to play well. I won a hard fought doubles match (30-29 w/ old scoring system, frm 27-29 w/ 4 match points) with a $15 all graphite Flypower while my Babolat X-Feel, Mizuno Luminasonic7 n others so called quality rackets in my bag.

    If it feels good in yr hands when you are swinging it n playing it then you are settled. Don't even care if the racket is properly painted or not.;)
     

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