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Adidas Spieler A09.1 Badminton Racket Blue Zoom Adidas Spieler A09.1 Badminton Racket Blue

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Can it hit powerful smash and also enough stable for smash
The head heavy balance will help with smashes and this racket also provides excellent shot stability. We would also recommend our YouTube videos on the Adidas badminton ranges.
Should i prefer yonex voltric series or adidas spieler series as am aggressive type of player
We would recommend looking at the Yonex Voltric series for this style of play.
What material is the frame and head?
Hello, the racket construction is carbon fibre and this is a full graphite badminton racket.
What's the max tension it can hold ?
These rackets can take up to 28lbs.

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1 Review
Was £50.00 23% off
Superb control
  • Fantastic shot stability
  • Great for refining technique
  • High level of control
  • Pre strung from factory
  • Comes in a neon green drawstring case
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£50.00 £38.25 23% off



Adidas Spieler A09.1 Badminton Racket Blue
2 in stock
£50.00 £38.25 23% off

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The Adidas Spieler A09.1 badminton racket is ideal for the improving player. It has a head heavy balance to help get the extra power on your smashes, without being to heavy for quick net play and defence.

Please note this racket comes in a neon green drawstring case.

Additional Information

PDH Product Code:RBAD15792
Balance:Head Heavy
Racket cover:Drawstring bag
Unstrung weight:84 grams


  • Sam A 6 November 2019
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    I bought this racquet as a cheap tester as I usually go for flagship models. I was very suprised at how nice it is to play with. 4u and hex frame makes it very fast, excellent for defence. Flexible shaft makes it very powerful with minimal effect on shot accuracy. I especially noticed my backhands were better. + Power, price, looks. - 'only' rated to 28, might not be enough for strong players using high tension. Flex slightly affects accuracy/timing compared to stiff frames. As for the Spec: Fantasic shot stability - yes its fairly solid. a lot of HOLD feeling. Great for refining technique - High level of control - not compared to stiffer models. I find this racquet is great for power Pre strung from factory - not necessarily a good thing. 4/7 balance seems about right, it has a even balance feel to it. 4/7 flex - I'd put it more like 2/7

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