Just put your hand on the sheet, making sure the palm of your hand is on the doted line. Your middle finger will determine your grip size. If you are between two sizes, we advice you to choose the smallest grip and add overgrips to your order.
In this way, should badminton grips be thin or thick?
But, while choosing a thicker grip, make sure that it is low in weight. You will be able to hit powerful shots only if the racket is head-heavy. If you are a player who believes in technique rather than power, you need a thinner grip so that your fingers are flexible.
Simply so, what are the two types of grip?
They are the Shakehand Grip and the Penhold Grip.
What is U and G in badminton?
U represents the weight of the racket, while G represents the length of the racket. Each racket should be marked with its weight. Most badminton rackets manufacturers use 1U, 2U, 3U, and 4U to indicate the weight of the rackets, with 1U being the heaviest and 4U the lightest. 1U: The weight is 95-99 grams or more.
3U indicates weight of the racket without string or grip ranging from 85-90 grams whereas 4U indicates weight ranging from 80-85 grams. Thus the difference is just a few grams between the two categories.
A 19-inch rack means that the width of which is 19 inches. The height of this rack is expressed in “units” called U (unit). 1U is 1.75 inches. So, 2U is 3.5 inches high and 4U is 7 inches high. This rule was established by the Electronic Industries Association (EIA).
The Astrox 99 badminton racket is quite striking and exudes power. … Extremely stiff and head heavy, the Astrox 99 has a definitely more solid feel compared to the Astrox 88D, the racket most male international singles players were using until the Astrox 99 was introduced.
Hammer grip is useful when you are executing jumping smashes.