Yonex ASTROX performance rackets (made in Japan rackets) use the world's first, new dimension graphite material, Namd, which greatly improves the adhesive degree of graphite fiber and resin by attaching nanomaterial directly to graphite fiber. From the initial movement of the player to the impact, the new dimension graphite is difficult to harden, and the shaft extends and accumulates energy due to the speed of the fast swing. Since the follow-through of the swing is smaller after direct impact with the shuttlecock, the swing speed drops and the new dimension graphite regains hardness and strengthens the resilience of the shaft, allowing the energy to explode rapidly before returning to its original state.
In addition, the grip end, the top area of the frame, and the joint are used to distribute weight throughout the racket. The transition to the next shot can be performed smoothly with a rapid succession of powerful smashes. Astrox is an attack-orientated model racket that can lead a high-speed game while delivering powerful steep smashes to allow more chances to win.