Fantastic edition of the iconic Jetspeed series.
- Flex : Medium Flex
- Balance : Slight Head Heavy
- Weight : (80-84g unstrung)
SMASH UK is a racket specialist store with a wide range of rackets to cater to everyone. Our staff are not only experienced players themselves, but have an in-depth knowledge of rackets and strings. We offer online professional string upgrades by our team of UKRSA qualified stringers.
Victor Jetspeed S10 Q is one of the standout rackets from the Jetspeed series and a firm favourite amongst many of the world’s elite. The JS10 has perfectly combined two cutting edge technologies, PYROFIL and NANO FORTIFY, with a smaller racket frame and slim shaft to deliver a magical lightweight racket with precise handling. By adding the Aero Sword Technology , Victor has created one of the fastest racket frames in the Jetspeed 10 that still is able to effectively transfer power for a more attacking game.
The innovative frame structure provides you with fast and smooth swings that are provide a solid feel. For defensive players the speed and control will allows you to transit from high clears to light touches with ease. Attacking players will find that they are able to release full clears, crisp drop shots and deadly smashes with ease. The medium flex and even balance design of this racket makes it suitable for players of any level and any game. Victor has created the perfect mix of speed and power to suit an all-round game.
This racket is truly one of the fastest racket that we have ever tested. At the front court we were able to handle repeated drives and pushes at a fast pace with ease. It was easy to change between hard pushes to light touches. The mid-court was where we found the racket struggled slightly as it was slightly harder to generate power for drives compared to the Jetspeed S12.The medium balance and flex is more suited to players who like to play delicate touches when defending instead of purely high clears. At the back-court the racket performed well, providing effortless drops and half smash. The racket was easier to handle compared to stiffer and heavier rackets from the Jetspeed series and despite the slight drop in power the extra speed more than made up for it.