The Badminton Topic

Hello! I noticed there was no badminton topic and I wanted to create one for people who play whether its professional or recreational!

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I want to ask is the Yonex Nanoray Light 18i is good for intermediate players.
Its 5U G4 with 30lb string tension

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No clue what that is but I’ll show u my bat
U want it to be mid weight with a really good tension on the strings

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I used to play badminton around 2 or 3 years back at school, it was fun. But i absolutely have no idea about the rackets we used to use :]

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yea thats a good one
imo almost anything from yonex is good

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I just like high string tension ones :]

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Me seeing this:

And not knowing anything about badminton :dotted_line_face:

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ikr, I just know how to play and I consider myself pretty skilled but I don’t know any of these things :dotted_line_face:

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Same bro
Idk the name of all that stuff. I just use the one that feels good In my hands

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I know some things about badminton but I don’t know what is better to use. Just how to play.

Yea but depending on your playing style (either defensive or offensive) you want different kinds of specs

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To clarify, U is the weight of the racket, the higher the number before the U means its more light. G is the hand grip size, higher means smaller. Most people choose 4U and G4. 4U weight around 80-82g.

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Nah I’ll come to Arizona and 1v1 u
Ud get clapped

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Too much info
Just use the one that’s balanced in ur hands

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I highly doubt it. I’m fairly decent, on doubles and singles

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Bro I’ll show u my gameplay
I will clap you*

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I doubt that. If Lydia is playing Badminton she’s probably really good.

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Bro I play too yk
And I’m pretty good

A fairly decent badminton player will definitely know what U and G mean

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How often do you play? When was the last time you played? Since when did you start badminton?

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