Yonex Astrox Nextage Badminton Racket- Strung

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Weight: 4U (80-84g)
Sale price£103.99 Regular price£120.00

Weight : 4U (80-84g)
Shaft Flexibility:Medium
Balance : Head Heavy
Frame:HM Graphite / Nanomesh NEO / Tungsten
Shaft:HM Graphite / Namd

The YONEX Astrox Nextage badminton racket is designed with several advanced features that make it ideal for club level players.

  • Weight : 4U (80-84g)
  • Balance : Head Heavy
  • Shaft : Medium
  • Strung : Yes
  • Racket Cover : None

This advanced badminton racket is designed with cutting-edge technology and features that make it ideal for club level players who are looking to increase their power and performance on the court. In this blog post, we’ll discuss why this badminton racket is perfect for intermediate players and provide tips on how to use it effectively.

One of the most notable features is Nanomesh NEO, which ensures a stronger and more flexible frame while increasing shaft flex for maximum power. Additionally, this badminton racket has an AERO+Box Frame design that combines solid hitting feel and quick swing. Moreover, its ISOMETRIC design increases the sweet spot by 7%, allowing players to hit powerful shots with precision.

Apart from these features, the YONEX Astrox Nextage also boasts of a unique Energy Boost CAP Plus feature that maximizes shaft performance so players can transition to their next shot smoothly and quickly. Furthermore, it also has Vibration Dampening Mesh to reduce unwanted vibrations.

These features make the YONEX Astrox Nextage badminton racket ideal for club level players who are after more power as well as looking to raise their game to the next level against tougher opponents. The muted colourway of black with dark green accents will also help you stand out on the court.

Now that you know about some of its key features, let’s look at how to use this badminton racket effectively for your game. Firstly, since it is designed with enhanced shaft flex and a larger sweet spot, it is recommended that you use an aggressive style of play when using this racket. This means taking quick and powerful shots from all areas of the court and always being aware of your opponents’ next shot. Secondly, since this racket is lightweight, it is important that you use quick wrist and arm movements for maximum power. Finally, as with any badminton racket, it is important to maintain proper technique throughout the game to ensure maximum accuracy and control.

In conclusion, the YONEX Astrox Nextage badminton racket is a great choice for club level players who are looking to increase their power and performance on the court. It is priced perfectly for players on a budget wanting a top tier badminton racket.

Not in a rush? Check out our detailed guide here.

  1. Purpose of Play

    • Beginners: Opt for even-balanced rackets, which ensure ease in learning and versatility in shots.
    • Intermediate Players: Depending on playing style, consider rackets that are slightly head-heavy (for power) or slightly head-light (for speed).
    • Advanced Players: These players often have specific preferences. They might opt for rackets that amplify power, speed, or control, depending on their playing style.
  1. Weight Class:

    • Ultralight (5U,6U,7U): Easier to control, quick swing. Suitable for beginners and defensive players.
    • Standard (4U): Provides a balanced feel. Suitable for intermediate players.
    • Heavy (3U): Emphasizes power, might be harder to maneuver. Preferred by advanced players.
  1. Balance Point:

    • Head-Heavy: Emphasizes power, ideal for smashing.
    • Even-Balance: Offers a mix of power and speed. Suitable for players who play both at the net and the back of the court.
    • Head-Light: Emphasizes speed and quick reflexes, ideal for front court plays and doubles.
  1. String Tension:

    • Beginners: 20-23 lbs. Provides a larger sweet spot and is more forgiving.
    • Intermediate: 23-26 lbs. Offers a good mix of power and control.
    • Advanced: 27+ lbs. Delivers precise control but requires consistent hitting technique.
  1. Shaft Flexibility:

    • Flexible: Easier for beginners. Generates power without much effort but might compromise on accuracy.
    • Medium: Balanced flex and suitable for many intermediate players.
    • Stiff: Preferred by advanced players. Offers precision but requires good technique to generate power.
  1. Grip Size:

  • Smaller Hands: G5 or smaller
  • Average Hands: G4
  • Larger Hands: G3

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