Badminton is considered one of the most popular sports of all time. You need a decent badminton racket to play this sport well. Much like choosing a product, you need to understand the name first. The following article gives you basic details about the top badminton racket brands in the world today, if you still don’t have enough knowledge about the badminton brands on the market.


Yonex is considered to be one of the No. 1 brands of Badminton rackets in the world, and is a racket preferred by many famous players. 

Yonex is a prominent sponsor of the All England Badminton Championship

As a partner in the Badminton World Federation, the task of running the Badminton World Championship is completely guaranteed.

The Badminton racquets developed by Yonex ensure strength, stability and pace. With a square head shape and a bend over the impact point, the Yonex badminton racquets help players hold the badminton on the racquet longer, making it easier to regulate the trajectory of the ball more precisely. These racquets are ideal for beginners and skilled players alike.

If you’re interested in badminton rackets, you may know that most of the No. 1 rackets in the world are made from the Yonex brand, such as the Yonex Duora 10 badminton racket that used to be the number 1 player Lee Chong Wei Used the Yonex Voltric 7 G4 was used by the legendary player Lin Dan. Or, recently, Yonex Duora Z hit a badminton racket recently launched by Yonex.

Li- Ning

Li-Ning is considered to be one of the leading manufacturers of sportswear, especially badminton racket products in China. A fast internet survey shows that Li Ning’s top badminton racquets are the top choice among badminton beginners.

A reliable supplier of badminton racks in the United States was the Li-Ning sportswear company. In addition to manufacturing badminton rackets, Li-Ning also produces other sports items, such as shoes, clothing, etc. And many sports stars are trusted. 

The Li Ning Flame N50 II, the Li-Ning HC 100A and the Li-Ning UC 3500 are the best-selling badminton rackets.