Started playing Badminton recently with your folks and you have no idea what kind of racket to buy? You needn’t scout the shops to choose your rackets now. Things have become easier with e-commerce sites lining up every product that you want online.

We surfed through India’s leading e-commerce Flipkart to find out which Badminton racket would suit you best and found out the 10 best rated rackets which we have listed out for you.

1) Yonex GR303 G3 Strung

Cost: Rs. 429

Yonex GR-303 G3 Strung Badminton Racquet

It’s really hard to find a budget racket with super great reviews as the quality of the product always comes into question. But Yonex has always surprised the badminton fandom with quality rackets at even budget pricing and this is definitely one of those. Weighing only 90 g and available in various colours, this racket should be a good pick if you have just started out with Badminton.

2) Yonex Carbonex 6000Ex G4 Strung

Cost: Rs. 1069

yonex carbonex 6000 ex

Not too expensive and not too cheap, this is one of the best rackets you will find in the market. Much suited for the beginners and fairly light, the Carbonex 6000Ex is a boon for the budding badminton stars. It providers a great grip and helps you play the shots at its best. So don’t put second thoughts into buying this racket if you are looking for durability.

3) Yonex Carbonex 7000Ex G4

Cost: Rs. 1175

Yonex Carbonex 7000 Ex G4-2U

The Carbonex series has never failed to satisfy the badminton players and 7000Ex also promises the same. Almost as similar to the Carbonex 6000Ex, this racket is best suited for the intermediates. If you are an attacker of the game, then this racket should be one of your best bets.

4) Yonex MP 29 G4 Strung

Cost: Rs. 2197

yonex muscle power 29

Muscle Power rackets are not good for the the beginners. So if you are totally into the game, then you should definitely opt for this racket as it is super durable and also helps you with really powerful smashes. Not really light in weight but still not too heavy, this racket offers some really good badminton experience.

5) Li-Ning XP 90 II S2 Strung

Cost: Rs. 479

Li-Ning XP 90 II S2

The only racket manufacturer who has managed to give Yonex some competition is Li Ning and these rackets are equally as good as the Yonex rackets. Li ning rackets are comparatively more powerful than the Yonex rackets in general. This budget Li ning racket is ideal for the juniors and the beginners of the game.

6) Yonex Carbonex 8000 Plus G4 Strung

Cost: Rs. 1699

Yonex Carbonex 8000 plus

The Carbonex series from Yonex seems to be the most favourite from the beginner level players. These rackets offer good control, shot making and also contribute to the power. They are easy to play with hence widely preferred.

7) Yonex Voltric 5 G4 Strung

Cost: Rs. 2599

Yonex Voltric 5 G4

The Voltric rackets are somewhat expensive compared to the carbonex series but they are much suited for the Advance and the intermediate players and not the beginnners. That’s why they are  priced higher than the other Yonex racket series. They are also lightweight in nature.

8) Li-Ning XP810 S2

Cost: Rs. 379

Li-Ning XP810 S2

This is probably the cheapest Li ning racket you will ever find. This one is definitely the best racket in its pricing and can be purchased by every beginner.

9) Li-Ning XP 80 II S2

Cost: Rs. 479

Li-Ning XP 80 II S2

This racket is much suited for the juniors and the beginners. This is a budget racket and comes with a decent playing experience and provides you good control.

10) Yonex Nanoray 20 G4

Cost: Rs. 2199

Yonex Nanoray 20 G4 Strung

The Nanoray is for the the Pros of the game. This suits their playing style and assists in great smashes, returns, attack and defensive shots as well. Since the racket has a carbon nanotube, the racket is much lighter than usual and assists in the swing. On the hole, its a great buy if you play badminton regularly.
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