Yonex Duora 10 Badminton Racket
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Two Rackets in One Frame. Endorsed by Yonex Legend Lee Chong Wei.
“I feel like my arm is one with the racquet on both my forehand and backhand, so I can push faster at the net.” - Lee Chong Wei
The new DUORA range from Yonex starts with the flagship DUORA 10, endorsed and used by the legendary Lee Chong Wei. This cutting edge racket, featuring Dynamic Dual Design, allows players to master every shot and control the court with two contrasting racket profiles in one unique frame design. The Nanometric DR carbon graphite box frame design (coloured orange) improves shuttle hold for high repulsion and devastating smashes on the forehand, whilst the Ni-Ti fibre aero frame design (coloured green) allows for increased repulsion and attacking play on the backhand side. And because the DUORA 10 is evenly balanced and has a stiff frame, there's no need to have a different type of racket, as you can add more power or speed to your game with one simple spin.
Click here for a graphical representation of the technology that puts the DUORA into a class of its own.
- Frame Material: H.M. Graphite, NANOMETRIC DR, Ni-Ti Fiber
- Shaft Material: H.M. Graphite, NANOMETRIC
Made in Japan.
Pro Player Endorsements
- Lee Chong Wei
- Chou Tien Chen
- Kamilla Rytter Juhl
- Rajiv Ouseph
Weight 3U (85-89g unstrung) Balance Even Balance Flex Stiff Factory Strings Yonex BG65Ti - 0.70mm
Recommended String for Power & Comfort Yonex Aerobite Hybrid - 0.67/0.61mm
Recommended String for Control & Durability Yonex Nanogy 99 - 0.69mm
Stringing Tension Range 19-26lbs
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