Monday, 30 September 2013

McDavid Supporters have arrived in Racquet Force

We are glad to bring in McDavid as one of the supporter brand in Racquet Force.


McDavid Inc. designs and markets sports medicine, sports protection, and performance apparel for active people and athletes. We are relentless in our pursuit of preventing injuries and enhancing performance.

Product Overview


Laser focus on the journey. McDavid is a pioneer in the evolution of sports medicine and the industry leader in sports medicine products with a keen focus on:
Prevention – providing protection and helping reduce the incidence of injury.
Protection – supporting an athlete’s return to activity and enhancing performance.
McDavid SportMed products play an integral role in sports medicine and support the ultimate goal of all athletes – to perform at their best.

McDavid Knee Wrap 409R
McDavid Knee Support 425R
McDavid Elbow Support 489R

Come now and shop the range of one of the best support for Sport.

Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Badminton News: Carder and Findlay through to main draw in Poland

Scotland’s Matthew Carder has battled his way through to the main draw of the men’s singles at the Polish International in Lubin.

The seventh qualifying seed started with a bye yesterday then won a tight contest against Kyryll Nesterenko 21-15 23-21, saving two game points in the second game before winning on his first match point. Then he toppled Poland’s Krzysztop Jakowczuk 21-13 21-14.

Those two wins earned the South Queensferry player a first-round clash with Hsu Jui Ting of Taiwan today.

Rebekka Findlay also booked her place in the main draw of the women’s singles.

She defeated Ewa Piotrowska of Poland 21-13 22-20 on her second match point in her opening contest then won a thrilling tussle 24-22 21-18 against England’s Kerri Scott, who is the daughter of former Scotland international Kevin Scott. Findlay led 20-18 in the first game but need five game points to take it, In the second game she trailed 18-15 before a six-point flourish clinched victory.

Findlay will also contest the women’s doubles first round with Caitlin Pringle, who partners Patrick MacHugh in the mixed where they are fourth seeds.

MacHugh and Martin Campbell are Scotland’s big hopes with the pair seeded third in the men’s doubles.

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Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Badminton News: Yonex Open Japan 2013(Day 6) Newsflash - No Mixed Doubles Final

Zhang Nan and Zhao Yunlei of China have won the Yonex Open Japan 2013 Mixed Doubles final by walkover.

This is due to the fact that their compatriot, Xu Chen, is suffering from a high fever and therefore he and his partner, Ma Jin, will not contest today's showdown which was slated to be the first final played.

Ma Jin still has a shot at a title in Japan, playing in the Women's Doubles final with Tang Jinhua. Their opponents are Danish duo, Kamilla Rytter Juhl and Christinna Pedersen.


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Friday, 20 September 2013


Andy Murray will look to maintain his unbeaten record on home soil this year with victory at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. The Scot has become the third player to qualify for the season finale, to be held at The O2 in London from 4-11 November. Murray, who reached the quarter-finals at the US Open, secured his place at the season finale for the sixth straight year.

“I’ve played some of my best tennis in front of my home crowd at Queen’s and Wimbledon this year so hopefully I can keep up that run of form at The O2 in November,” said Murray. “It will be great to compete in London again for the first time since winning Wimbledon. It’s a key focus for me for the rest of the season and I’ll do everything I can to give myself the best chances of winning it. The atmosphere there is always special – to win it would be the perfect way to finish the season.”

The 26-year-old Murray joins Spaniard Rafael Nadal and Serbia’s Novak Djokovic as the first singles players to qualify for the elite eight-man event. The trio currently leads the Emirates ATP Race To London standings.

Dunblane-born Murray has a 12-0 record on home soil this season, preceding his historic Wimbledon triumph with victory at the Aegon Championships at The Queen’s Club. The Scot was also a finalist at the Australian Open and collected titles at the Brisbane International and theSony Open Tennis in Miami.

Murray is a three-time semi-finalist at the season finale, reaching the last four in Shanghai in 2008 (l. to Davydenko) and London in 2010 (l. to Nadal) and 2012 (l. to Federer). He is bidding to become the first British player to win the season finale.

US Open doubles champions Leander Paes and Radek Stepanek and runners-up Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares have also secured their berths at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, qualifying behind three-time former champions Bob and Mike Bryan.

Stepanek, who along with Paes reached the semi-finals last year at The O2, stated it was their goal to win the title. "That's the trophy which is missing in Leander's showcase. That's what I'm very focused on, that's what I would like to deliver," he said.

The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals has welcomed more than a million fans to The O2 arena over the past four years, establishing itself as the biggest indoor tennis tournament in the world since moving to London in 2009.
Tickets to the tournament, which takes place from 4-11 November, can be purchased at:

Original Source: Wimbledon

Monday, 9 September 2013

NEW Yonex Nanoray Z-Speed is coming to Racquet Force

Racquet Force Pre-Order Package:

 - Yonex Nanoray Z-Speed    x1
 - FREE Yonex String           x1
 - FREE Stringing Service 

Yonex Nanoray Z-Speed

Thursday, 5 September 2013

2013 Victor Korea and Indonesia National Team Winter Wear Series

2013 Victor Korea and Indonesia National Team Winter Wear Series
2013 Victor Korea and Indonesia National Team Winter Wear Series are coming to Racquet Force in Sep...Stay tune for the exciting new wears for the team Korea and Indonesia.