Lee Chong Wei
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Yonex Duora 10

Lee Chong Wei Badminton Racket History in 3 minutes 😮 | Last racket will shock you😱

In 2006, Lee Chong Wei switched to the Yonex Nanospeed 9000. This racket was even lighter and faster than the Muscle Power 88, and it helped Lee Chong Wei to reach new heights in his career. He won the World Championships in 2007 and 2009 with this racket.

In 2007, Lee Chong Wei also started using the Yonex Armortec 900 Power. This racket was designed for power and control, and it helped Lee Chong Wei to become a more complete player.

In 2009, Lee Chong Wei switched to the Yonex Arcsaber Z Slash. This racket was a hybrid racket, which means that it combined the strengths of both attacking and defensive rackets.

In 2010, Yonex Voltric 80 was a hugely popular racket used by players such as Peter Gade, Mathias Boe, and of course, Lee Chong Wei. He continued to use it in the iconic 2011 World Championships finals against Lin Dan, but unfortunately, he lost the match.

In 2012, he switched to the Yonex Voltric Z Force. This racket was even more powerful than the Arcsaber Z Slash, and it helped Lee Chong Wei to reach the top of the world rankings.

In 2014, Lee Chong Wei released his own signature racket, the Yonex Voltric Z Force II LCW Edition. This racket was a modified version of the Voltric Z Force, and it was designed specifically for Lee Chong Wei's playing style. Lee Chong Wei used the Voltric Z Force II LCW Edition until 2015.

In 2016, he switched to the Yonex Duora 10. This racket was another hybrid racket, and it was designed to give Lee the best of both worlds in terms of power and control. The Duora 10 became one of the most popular rackets of all time, and it helped him win his second Asian Championships title in 2016.

In 2019, Lee Chong Wei retired from badminton because of nose cancer. Yonex made him a limited edition Yonex Astrox 99 to honor Lee’s lasting impact on the game of badminton and his legacy. If you want to know more about his latest appearance after retirement, please check the link in the description below.

Lee Chong Wei last racket after retirement is Yonex Astrox 99 LCW Edition.