Lightweight just got a new word in the dictionary and it's the Li-Ning windstorm series. The Windstorm technology included in the Windstorm 75 delivers a feather-like 75-gram weight and makes this racket flag bearer of speed and control. The racket promises a head-heavy balance which means that the weight is distributed towards the head of the racket giving you a thunderous rush of power along with a flexible shaft which ensures that along with the power you get a sense of control over your fast-paced game. It ensures faster swing speeds which will significantly improve the reaction time of the player and will make you unstoppable on the court.
|Weight (Grams)||75 (+/- 2) Grams|
|Balance Point||Head Heavy|
|Grip Size||S2 (3.25 inches)|
|Frame Material||Dynamic Optimum Frame|
|Shaft Material||Carbon Fibre|
|Stringing Advice||20 - 30lbs|
TB NANO The nanometre technology combines carbon fiber and resin more closely, which provides better elasticity, stability, and durability, and brings you a more powerful strike.
UHB Shaft Cutting-edge technology combined with real data collected from player's practice optimized the shaft's performance through continuous improvement. The racket shaft with frontal bending point is accomplished, which greatly improve smash performance.
AeroTech-Beam System Based on aerodynamics, support of advanced calculation, and gathered practicing data, the racket frames have extremely low drag coefficient and high intensity to enable the players' performance in various shots.
Dynamic-Optimum Frame The sweet point extends upward and the hitting point is moved higher. The effective defense area is enlarged for severe smash by a dynamic-optimum frame. The hitting velocity is improved considerably with widened stringing area and increased bounce strength.
High Tensile Slim Shaft Li-Ning made the design of a 7.0mm diameter slim shaft with unique elastic material and craftwork, which effectively balance the rebound and anti-torsion performance, accurately transmits power, and reflects the player's intention.