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    Default Any difference?

    Are there any differences to a heavier head racket and a lighter head racket?
    Are there any differences to a flexible and not so flexible racket?
    how do they affect your play?

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    Reading this article from Kwun will be a good start

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=21851

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    please search around the forums, the answers are there. head heavy allows you to flex the shaft of the racquet easier = more power but slower on defence. headlight = quick defence since theres no load at the head but has less power.

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