One of the best ways to spend a weekend is to spend it with your family, playing your favourite game. And who doesn’t love badminton? It is not only a great way to spend your weekend, but it also keeps you and your family members fit. It is a racket sport that requires quick flexes and good stamina. Are you ready to burn some calories?
Choose badminton racket based on your playing frequency
Occasional player: If you’re an occasional player, you will need a racket with an isometric head, which will have a larger surface area and will be more forgiving when your strokes are slightly off-centre and will make your first games easier.
Regular Player: If you play regularly, you’ll need a racket that has power. A racket with a balance point at the head will provide power and will make delivery easier.
Intensive Player: The main priority for intensive players is to have control of the racket. A racket with a balance point at the handle will meet the expectations of your game giving you excellent reactivity.
Choose based on racket composition
Steel rackets: Steel rackets are very strong and offer good value for money. But they are usually heavy.
Aluminium Rackets: They are also strong rackets and lighter than steel rackets.
Graphite Rackets: Graphite rackets are lightweight, flexible, and easy to handle. They are usually more expensive than other rackets.