Racket: the Different Parts

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In this video you will learn about the different parts of a badminton racket which will help you choose a racket.

This video is designed for beginners seeking to be acquainted with all the essential Badminton equipment.

Please watch the next video to learn more about the sport of badminton.

This video is designed for beginners seeking to be acquainted with all the essential Badminton equipment.

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Benjamin Tordjmann

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In this video you will learn about the badminton racket.

The badminton racket has several parts: the handle, the shaft, the throat, the strings and the head. The frame is generally made out of titanium, graphite or steel.

The strings are generally synthetic. People typically string their racket at 18 to 23 pounds or 8 to 10,5 kg. A lower tension offers you more power and a higher tension more control.

Choose a grip size you feel comfortable with.

The oblique part of the handle is known as the bevel. You can check out the videos on the different grips used in badminton.

Most rackets weight between 75 and 95 grams. Attacking players use heavier rackets to generate more power. They prefer a stiff shaft that offers more power.

Players who prefer rallying and using deception, use lighter rackets that offer more control. They prefer having a flexible shaft for more control.

Choosing the right racket is subjective and depends on the game style and the feel. Enjoy your game!

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