Ginting badminton racket

Anthony Sinisuka Ginting is regarded as the quickest men’s singles player in the circuit right now. His stardom grey exponentially in 2018-19. With improvements in his gameplay, he started defeating big names like Chen Long and Kento Momota. He is slowly developing a healthy rivalry with Kento Momota. A clash between the youngsters is always a treat to watch as Ginting is a super attacking player, while Momota is very conservative in the same aspect. Despite producing excellent gameplay and being extremely popular in Indonesia, he is yet to achieve any major title.

LI NING AERONAUT 9000

2021 – Present

Anthony Sinisuka Ginting using a Yonex Astrox 88D in 2019
YONEX ASTROX 88D

2018 – 2021
Currently Anthony Sinisuka Ginting is using a Yonex Astrox 88D racket. You can read the full review of the Astrox 88D here.

YONEX VOLTRIC Z FORCE 2

2015-2017
Ginting was using the Yonex Z force 2 Back then. Prior to this he was using Li Ning rackets.

The Yonex Voltric Z Force 2 might yet be the most iconic racket which has ever been released by Yonex. It was released before the 2014 All England. This racket is primarily meant for singles players as it has a head heavy frame.

The racket will be suited for players who have an attacking style of play. It performs well with overhead attacking shots but it lacks a little bit for defensive shots. You will need to have a very good wrist technique to hit your shots well using this racket.

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