Is Arcsaber 10 good?
Introducing the Arcsaber 10 badminton racquet, considered by many to be “the best in the range” and used by a high percentage of the pros. The “top of range” racquets from Yonex are strung that little bit tighter, which makes it easier to test straight out of the bag.
Is Arcsaber 10 head heavy?
The Arcsaber 10 is the definition of an all rounder racquet. It does not excel at either singles or doubles play, but you cannot go wrong with its even-to-slightly head heavy balance, and medium-stiff flexible shaft.
What is Yonex Arcsaber 10?
YONEX Arcsaber 10 is stiff racket with CS carbon Nanotube material positioned in fame. Its weight varies from 85-89 gms and balance point is 7 (even balance). With red colour and attractive graphic, A10 will give a different racket look.
Who uses Yonex Arcsaber?
The ARCSABER 11 has been wielded by star players such as Lee Yong Dae, Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo and Viktor Axelsen. The racket is available in the 3U and 2U weight categories and is equipped with Neo CS CarbonNanotubes.
Is Arcsaber 11 good for doubles?
In doubles, the ARCSABER 11’s lightweight and outstanding defensive control makes it ideal for a front-court doubles player. Because of its stiff-flex and relatively high price tag, the ARCSABER 11 may not be a good choice for beginners. However, committed intermediates may grow to enjoy this racket immensely.
Which is better Arcsaber or Duora?
Being a newer racket model, it has slightly more advanced features. In conclusion, both rackets are very similar. If you want an all-round performance, Yonex Arcsaber 11 is not a bad racket. However, if you are interested in trying new technology, you can go for Duora 10.
Who uses Duora Z strike?
The Yonex Duora Z Strike badminton racket was first seen at the Super Series finals in 2016. This was the racket of Denmark’s Viktor Axelsen who was recently crowned singles BWF Total World Champion 2017.