Badminton World Federation (BWF) laws don’t state anything specific on using more than one racket. However, like ITF, they use the singular form of the noun racket in the laws, based on which we can safely assume using more than one racket is prohibited.
Keeping this in view, do you hold a tennis racket with two hands?
There are three or four different grips you can use, but a standard two-handed backhand would position the right hand in a neutral continental grip, while the left hand would adopt an eastern forehand grip higher up the racket handle.
Moreover, what is a tennis racket handle called?
A tennis racquet’s handle has an octagonal shape, and the 8 sides are called bevels. The bevels serve as a reference point for executing certain grip types, as well as providing a comfortable shape to hold the racquet.
How do you match tennis rackets?
One-handed Backhand: The main benefit of a one-handed backhand is reach. Many people find that once they master the stroke they have more reach and can hit through the tennis ball more easily. … Also a one-handed backhand hides a slice better, which keeps your opponent guessing.
Roger Federer and several other pro tennis players still use the eastern forehand grip. It allows for a good combination of power and spin on your forehand. To try the eastern grip, lay your dominant hand out with your palm facing up.
Best Badminton Rackets for Intermediate Players
- Yonex Astrox 6.
- Yonex Voltric 7.
- Yonex Arcsaber 11.
- Li-Ning Windstorm 78 SL III.