So as a badminton fan or as an player you are interested in knowing srikanth kidambi racket well keep reading this blog.
Srikanth Kidambi is now become the first badminton player from india to win 4 world superseries/premier superseries titles which are French open, Denmark open, Australian Open, Indonesia open which made him a mega star in India and all around the globe.
Current Srikanth Kidambi racket
Srikanth is using Voltric Z Force II from yonex which is obvious because yonex is known for producing high quality racket which can be trusted.
The most popular and one of the oldest brand in badminton,
almost every one knows about this brand and is used by the legends like
Taufik , Lin Dan , Lee Chong Wei and Peter Gade.
If you have a little high budget to buy racket than i will strongly suggest you to go for racket from yonex the quality
it provides at high price range is unbeatable.Click here to buy this racket on amazon
Some Insight on this racket
It is a racquets which is considered as one of the heaviest especially its earlier model
Voltric Z-Force which is very hard to find these days.
Voltric Z- Force II offers an ultra-tough and thin aerodynamic shaft for greater power.
It has an isometric head shape for more accuracy on off-centre hits and
is packed with innovative technologies to ensure outstanding performance.
The Tri-Voltage System combines the characteristics of a head heavy powerful racket with light and
fast racket handling, while the new Compact Frame provides minimised air resistance.
- Head Shape: Isometric
- Weight: 3U (85-89.9g)
- Balance: Head Heavy
- Length: 26.5” (673mm)
- Flex: Extra Stiff; Supplied strung with BG65Ti string
- Frame: High Modulus Graphite, Sound Filter, Tungsten, Nanometric
- Shaft: High Modulus Graphite, EX-HMG, Nanometric; Grip: Cushioned
- Grip Size: G4
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Debasis Sahu · at
I am a beginner 30 year old and want to play badminton but not professional. Please suggest a Racket.