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Even Balanced All Round Badminton Rackets

All round badminton rackets are often underestimated by many players. Often players want to have a big smash, or be the fastest around court, or dominate at the net. However the truth is, this isn’t always the best way to go, because more often than not being good at 1 thing with your racket, causes other areas of your game to become weaker.

So what is an even balanced all round badminton racket? Well firstly to explain, it’s multiple things. Firstly the weighting of the racket is equal across the racket, this means the racket is neither head heavy or head light. The knock on effect is that the racket will be built to suit all types of rallies, shots and match types on court. The racket by not having a specific strength also means it generally doesn’t have a specific weakness area either.

Even balanced badminton rackets, generally suit player who loves to player the multiple disciplines with the same racket - singles, level doubles and mixed doubles. Or players who have developed a good all round game, but perhaps aren’t known for specific weapons of attack that kill games, but tend to win by being consistent, and are able to minimise mistakes in their game.

One particular range, designed towards players with this style of game are the Yonex Duora Badminton Rackets Series, because most of them are even balanced and help support players with weaker backhands…..which is most players!

Our top 3 even balanced badminton rackets would be:

  1. Ashaway Viper XT 1600 Badminton Racket - An even balanced racket that perfectly suits a weaker or developing player lacking strength in their shots.

  2. Babolat X-Feel Origin Essential Badminton Racket - Super stable, reliable, all round mid level club players racket that delivers in all areas of the game.

  3. Yonex Duora 10 Badminton Racket - A slightly more attacking racket than the above 2, it delivers extra power with it’s slightly increased flex and slight more weight in the head than a perfectly even balanced racket.

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