Hi all, I'm looking to start playing again after quite a few years and I'm looking to buy a new racket. When I played before I had a few Babolat Satelite Nitros–specifically this generation–and really loved these rackets. The feel was perfect for me (evenly balanced and slightly on the stiffer side if I recall), they were very durable and I'm a big fan of the 20/21 stringing pattern for the feel and for speed of stringing. I don't have these any more and they don't make them any more so I was wondering whether anyone familiar with this racket could tell me whether there's anything in the current Babolat lineup that's similar in feel to this one, preferably with the 20x21 pattern. Would prefer Babolat again but I am totally out of the loop with badminton equipment, so if there's something new that's changed the game, I'm open to suggestions from other brands as well. Here are my answers to the questions in the sticky thread if it helps: 1. How often do you play, how serious are you? Used to play to a pretty decent level (top 15ish in the UK as a junior at one point, then university team) but would undoubtedly be pretty rusty at this point as I've not really played for 5 years. I'm not planning on playing competitively or anything but I'm hoping eventually to get back to a reasonably high standard. 2. What style of player are you? (Aggressive smasher, net player ...) Most likely will be mostly playing doubles, not really an aggressive smasher but wouldn't describe myself as a defensive player, I try to be aggressive by changing the pace e.g. with slice quite a lot and taking control of the net rather than through pure power. 3. Do you care much about durability or is it all about performance? Good durability is pretty important, I don't want to be replacing rackets every few months. 4. How much money do you want to spend? Don't have a set budget, prepared to spend what I need really. Thanks!