Fastest (Swing) Mid-Flex Racket

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  1. LouPan

    LouPan New Member

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    Do you guys have any recommendations for an ultra fast racket medium (not overly stiff) flex?

    Currently using Auraspeed 90S, but even with the 3U, not generating enough power in the smash especially from the back court. Though I am more a 'drive' type doubles player, would love to be able to do the power smash on occasion to surprise opponents with that added arsenal.
     
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    Have you consider improving your technique?
    Flex racket are easier to generate power from lack of technique or strength but the maximum power potential are lower.
    Yet stiffer racket require great technique & power to draw its power yet as bonus it had higher maximum power potential.

    Also 90S are speed type racket, you wont get beasty power like the power racket itself
     
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    Thanks Budi. Problem is my shoulder is stuffed. Used to play with a lot stiffer and attacking racket but had to change my game because if
     
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    Among the rackets I've tried the Jnice Black Panther 3u/4u are the fastest. The Kawasaki K9 4u should deliver a strong smash easily, but not the fastest swing.
     
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    Will definitely give them both a good go. Just unfortunate for us in Australia that we don't get a lot of variety for badminton gear. Might have to go online and shop from overseas.
     

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