which racket is more suitable for me?
apacs slayer 99 vs Victor Superwave (or inside wave) 32

I am a short guy. I currently use Wilson BLX Recon and Head Metalix 4000.

I like (even balance with med flex) racket or (more head-heavier with stiffer) racket.
I care feeling>> then power>> then speed. This is why I prefer Wilson BLX Recon more than Head Metalix 4000, bc recon has a better feeling even tho head metalix 4000 is easier to highclear overhead and underhand.

When I say feeling, I prefer that the racket head twists less right and left, if the racket feels solid, if the rackets vibrates softer and shorter.

Can anyone share a review and a comparison over apacs slayer 99 vs Victor Superwave (or inside wave) 32?


Wilson BLX Recon
weight:87g-91g
balance:280mm
frame:compact head size, 76holes, conventional aerodynamic head frame
other features: 12o'clock thicker grommets, 6o'clock thicker frame, extended shaft to the bottom of handle, rubber thumb support on the cap, dual fexliblity on the cap, thick shaft, metal handle

Head Metalix 4000
weight:88g
balance: 288mm
frame:aero-power box head shape
other features: metalix 20% on head frame, anti-torque frame, wood handle, 12 o'clcock serial gromments, graphite shaft

Can anyone share a review and a comparison over apacs slayer 99 vs Victor Superwave (or inside wave) 32?

Which one is more flexible?

Which one has more solid feeling when hits a shuttle?
3k Wooven(Apacs Slayer 99) vs E-titanium (victor Superwave 32)

Which one is more stable and more powerful?
triangle enhanced haed frame with 72 holes and isometric head shape(Apacs Slayer 99) vs Inside wave(victor superwave 32) with square head (I am not sure how many holes it has)
I also prefer a compact head or narrower head than Yonex isometric head.

Both of them have a nano resin in the head frame.

I do not know abt the t-joint and cap area. Are those solid enough as yonex rackets?

Thanks for reading it! y'all have a good one!