Badminton strings are usually strung between: 20-23 pounds for beginners. 24-27 pounds for intermediate and high performance players. 28-34 pounds for world class badminton players.
Thereof, what string is good for badminton?
What Badminton Strings & Tension Should I Choose? – Our Buying Guide
|Player Level||String Tension||Control & Feel|
Also, how do you put string on a badminton racket?
What string tension Do pros use badminton?
Beginner : 17lbs-20lbs. Intermediate: 20lbs-24lbs. Advanced: 24lbs-27lbs. Professional/International: 27lbs – 30lbs+
Yonex BG65 Badminton String
This is probably the most popular Yonex badminton strings, sort of like the “must try” badminton strings for all badminton players. Yonex BG 65 was used by a lot of World-class players. With the thickness of 0.70mm and multifilament structure, Yonex BG 65 is a durable, flexible string.
|Weight / Grip||3U (Ave.88g) G4, 5 / 2U (Ave.93g) G4, 5|
|Stringing Advice||3U: 19 – 24 lbs, 2U: 20 – 25 lbs|
|Recommended String||Control Players: BG66 ULTIMAX Hard Hitters: NANOGY 95|
How often you should replace your badminton strings is based off your skill level, budget, and play style. Beginners should replace their strings when they break, intermediate players when the string tensions drops below their threshold for playability, and advanced/professionals as frequently as possible.
Racket weight is a personal preference, but a head heavier racket does add more power if you have enough strength to control the racket. Head heavier rackets are not suited for all players. Lighter rackets are easier to control, but you give up some power if they are too light.
A sweet spot is the area of the racket string bed that produces the most power, the best sound and feeling, and the least vibration when you hit on it. It is normally located between around the center of the string bed, but not directly in the middle though.