Different people have different styles and positions of playing badminton. So it’s necessary to choose a suitable racket for a particular individual.
There are two types of rackets to consider, so you need to choose whether you will be using a power racket or control racket. You cannot have power and control both in one ideal racket, but you should have balance of both.
You can shop the finest quality rackets in Li Ning Badminton Rackets. You can check the quality by following two things:
Hold both the ends of the racket and gently bend it, if it is bent slightly then it’s a flexible racket and if it doesn’t then it’s a stiff racket.
Accuracy in Placing Shots
Hold the racket handle with one hand and twist the head of the racket in the other hand sideways. If the head of the racket does not twist, it’s suitable for placing shots.
Following are the things you need to consider while choosing your own badminton racket:
In today’s date, an ideal badminton racket should weigh in a limit of 85 -92g. A heavy racket is considered a power racket that accumulates more momentum during a powerful swing, hence not suitable for you. A heavier badminton racket is harder to control and it is also uncomfortable in handling it while playing. Therefore, lighter rackets will be perfect for you in this case.
2. Balance Point
If it has a HIGHER balance point then your finger is closer to the head of the racket. Then consider it as a POWER racket. If it has a LOWER balance point, then your finger is closer to the racket handle. Then consider it as a CONTROL racket.
3. Stiffness of Shaft
While you are looking for a badminton racket, there is a choice between a flexible or stiff racket shaft. A stiff shaft can not bend while a flexible shaft can be bent easily. The main thing you have to look before buying a badminton racket is its stiffness. You can change the balance point and the weight of the racket once you purchase it but you cannot change the stiffness as it is fixed.
4. Shape of the Frame
You will find there are two shapes of frame while buying a badminton racket. You have to choose between a conventional (oval) frame and an isometric (square) frame. There is a “sweet spot” in the frame and that is the difference between both frames. The sweet spot is the centre of the string bed.
The isometric frames have a larger sweet spot which enables you to perform more quality shots. Most people prefer isometric shaped rackets in general.
The conventional frames have a smaller sweet spot which enables you to perform very high quality shots. But its availability is very rare in market place as most people consider isometric frames as best choice.
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