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Yonex Made in Japan Rackets

Yonex badminton rackets which are manufactured in Japan represent top-tier performance with craftsmanship! The majority of top level rackets within each series are all made in Japan. Badminton rackets made in Japan are considered to be the premium choice for serious players and are renowned for:

  • Stringent quality control: Yonex's Japanese factories apply high standards, ensuring each racket meets their exacting specifications.
  • Premium materials: High-quality graphite and advanced technologies like Nanoflare and Astrox boost performance and durability.
  • Precise craftsmanship: Attention to detail is evident in every aspect, from frame construction to balance and swing weight.
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Beware of counterfeit rackets on the internet. We have had instances of people bringing in counterfeit rackets for restringing at our store, which look almost like the real thing but go out of shape as soon as you put any kind of tension on the frame.


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Even Balance

More versatility:

  • For advanced players.
  • Offers both control and power
  • Helps develop and all-round game.
Learn more: How to choose a badminton racket
Head Heavy

Greater power:

  • For players seeking power.
  • Extra pass in the head.
  • Increase power of smashes.
Learn more: How to choose a badminton racket
Head Light

More speed:

  • For fast, attacking players.
  • Less mass in the frame and head.
  • Great choice for doubles play.
Learn more: How to choose a badminton racket