Bravesword 9N is certainly a good racket. The lighter frame provides many advantages and very few niggles. With my current injury, BR9N has unexpectedly become my racket of choice and my TK9000 remains in my bag.
As I said at the beginning of this review, I’m perplexed that this racket has been released considering Victor are withdrawing the Bravesword series in favour of the new Jetspeed. This is an iconic series and will be missed. That said, let’s celebrate the arrival of BS9N which should hopefully be around for a year or two.
RRP is £140 and online stores have already discounted to just under £100. In my opinion you are getting a bargain here. Players who have tested already confirmed they wish to place an order which I think speaks volumes for the racket.
I’ve stated on many occasions on how I enjoy Victor Bravesword series. It’s a shame there are not more frames in this range with a lower price point because I consider they will be extremely successful. However, considering BS9N is most likely the last Bravesword to be introduced, let’s celebrate and enjoy the fact it’s here.
Weighing up the various factors and the amazing price, I’ll award Bravesword 9N four stars. I’m a great fan of the Bravesword range and consider you should try one whilst you have the chance. This racket suits so many playing styles and is without doubt a really good all-rounder.