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Thread: Which one is better for beginner
04-02-2009, 07:40 PM #1
Which one is better for beginner
Hi...im new n beginner..i just know how to play badminton but dont know much bout rackets..i want to buy a new racket but need some advise here..
my playing is more to double..net playing n smashing..
I need some power..n control racket..
Pls give me what type of rackets is the best for me...
Apacs what type
My budget around Malaysian Ringgit RM220
And what is the best string/tension
04-02-2009, 08:31 PM #2
dude, seriously, this place is an online badminton encyclopedia.
you can easily get all your answers here. Do a search, spoon-feeding is not encouraged here.
04-02-2009, 08:50 PM #3
Try to get a low end Apacs racquet, maybe a clone of a Yonex racquet since they're cheaper. Once you get better and try more racquets you'll have a better idea of what you want, however anything now will suit your needs.
For strings, you can try BG80 at 21lbs, or Bg65 at 23lbs. They will feel similar at these tensions, but the BG65 will be more durable.
04-02-2009, 08:52 PM #4
sorry i don't know how much 220RM is, but a good racket from Apacs is the ArmorMuscle series, which you can buy for around 70-90$. Very solid
04-04-2009, 01:38 PM #5
For a new n beginner, it really doesn't matter so much which racquet to get.
With your budget of RM$220 ~US$60 to US$63, you can a low to mid end Yonex.
For strings, Take advice from Athelete1234: you can try BG80 at 21lbs, or Bg65 at 23lbs. They will feel similar at these tensions, but the BG65 will be more durable.
04-04-2009, 02:12 PM #6
Go for an Apacs racket, look for even balance and medium weight (85 grams or somewhere around that).
+1 for those string options. Probably BG-65.
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