Squash Rackets have an overall maximum length of 27” (68.6 cm), maximum width of 8.46” (21.5 cm), and common depth of 1.125” (28.6 mm). The length of the handle between is 7”-7.25” (177.8-184.2 mm) with a typical grip circumference of 3.875” (98.4 mm). The weight of a Squash Racket is between 3.9-5.1 oz (110-145 g).
Likewise, how heavy should my squash racket be?
Correspondingly, how do you measure a squash racket head?
The length of a racket is measured from the bottom of the handle/grip to the top of the racket head. Squash rackets typically have a length around 680mm. A maximum length of 686 mm is set by the World Squash Federation (WSF).
Is a lighter squash racket better?
A lighter squash racket is generally the best choice if your style of play is aggressive, fast and involves snapping through the ball in order to make directional changes (Such as the Dunlop Aerogel 4D Pro GT-X).
A squash racket will cost anywhere between about $25 and $200. Beginner rackets cost $25 to $70, intermediate rackets $70 to $130, and pro rackets are usually $130 to $200.
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Top 9 Squash Rackets for Beginners
- Head i110 Squash Racket.
- HEAD MicroGel 145 Squash Racquet.
- Wilson Hyper Team 500 Squash Racket.
- WILSON Hyper Hammer 120 Squash Racquet.
- Head Cyano115.
- Dunlop Aerogel 130.
- Prince Team Inspire 200 Squash Racquet.
- HEAD Nano Ti 110.
You should not use a tennis racket to play squash because they are far heavier than squash rackets, and could result in wrist and shoulder injuries. A tennis racket would also sap stamina much quicker, and would be hard to swing hard enough to get force into your shots. … Get a squash racket.
A squash racquet is smaller than a tennis racquet due to the limited amount of space players have on the court. … Tennis racquets provided greater reach to players and a broader surface to hit the ball. A tennis racquet cannot be longer than 29 inches. Most tennis racquets vary in size, weight, and hitting surface size.