Racket Restring Cost List
|(0.58mm) Kizuna Z58 Racket Restringing||$18.00|
|(0.65mm) Li-Ning No. 1 Racket Restring||$17.00|
|(0.65mm) Gosen G-Tone 5 Racket Restring||$16.00|
|(0.66mm) JP Pro Flex 66 Racket Restring||$14.00|
|(0.66mm) Yonex BG66 Racket Restring||$19.00|
In this manner, how do you fix a broken string in badminton?
Also to know is, is it worth restringing a badminton racket?
Rackets lose their string tension after a couple of games. If the strings become too loose, you will not be able to hit quick shots and your game will suffer. So, it is essential to restring the racket regularly. Regular playing not only damages the string but also affects other parts of the racket.
What string tension should I use for badminton?
Badminton Racket Strings Guide
|Player Level||String Tension||Rebound|
The 1st name that strikes the mind when talking about badminton strings is the BG-65.
- 3) Nanogy.
- 4) BG66 Ultimax.
- 5) Aerosonic/ BG85.
- 6) Zymax 67.
- 7) BG70 Pro.
- 8) BG80.
- 9) NBG95.
- 10) Ashway ZyMax 65.
How to Repair a Broken Badminton Racket String
- Secure the Other Strings. There are a few ways your strings may have been attached to your racket. …
- Cut a Length of New String. Different types of string behave in different ways. …
- Attach the Fresh String. …
- Replace the Broken String. …
- Give the New String Tension. …
- Finish the String.
Unfortunately, a permanent repair to restore the structural integrity of the racket’s frame is not possible. Even so, a temporary patch or butt cap replacement may buy you enough time to purchase a new racket.
A game of Badminton is played between two players by using racquets to hit a shuttlecock across a net. It can be played as “singles” (with one player per side) and “doubles” (with two players per side).
There is a rule of thumb that seasoned players and even some stringers recommend for intermediate players. That is to restring as many times in a year as you play in a week. This means that if you play three times a week, then you should target restringing your racket three times a year.
Replacing the old grip
In order to maintain a good grip between your hand and racket you should replace the base grip every 2-3 months. To protect the base grip or to have a thicker grip depending on the size of your hand you can also use an Over grip.