At around $60-90, the Yonex Isometric TR0 badminton training racket may not be one of the cheapest out there, but it’s undoubtedly one of the best training rackets out there in terms of quality. Its weight is 150 grams, and it comes in the grip sizes G4 and G5. The flex on the racket is medium as well.
In this manner, which shape is best for racket?
Oval shape rackets serve this need by offering lesser ‘sweet spot’ area but delivering much more power in the shots. Hence, if you are a Newbie/Rookie/Middler, you should go for an Isometric racket but if you are a Challenger/Champ/Pro then you should go for an Oval shaped racket.
Similarly one may ask, what racquet does PV Sindhu use?
Sponsored by Li-Ning, P.V Sindhu is currently using “N9 Li-Ning Racquet.” This badminton racquet is primarily designed for high power, offensive & attacking players that desire to play with extreme power. Here are the full details of P.V Sindhu Badminton Racquet & Badminton Gear: Head: Isometric. Weight: 85-89g.
What is isometric head shape?
Modern rackets come in 2 head shapes, i.e. isometric and oval-head. The tip of an isometric racket head is more squarish compared to an oval-head racket. … An isometric rackets gives you a larger sweet spot, hence making it easier for you to hit a shot efficiently.
ISOMETRIC racquets equalize the length of the main and cross strings in the string-bed, enlarging the sweet spot for more consistent accuracy even on off-centre hits.
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.
Top 5 Badminton Racquets 2021
|Badminton Racquets||Technology||POWER (10)|
|Yonex Nanoflare 800||Nanometric & Razor Frame||9|
|Yonex Astrox 99 LCW||Namd & Rotational Generator System||9.5|
|HEAD Octane Pro||Advanced Composites Technology||9.5|
|Li Ning 3D Calibar 001||TB Nano, & Wing Stabilizer||9.4|
ISOMETRIC frame increases size of sweet spot and improves power. The ISOMETRIC equalizes the length of the main and cross strings in the string-bed, enlarging the sweet spot for more consistent accuracy even on off-centre hits.
Badminton Rackets have an overall length of 26.18”-26.77” (665-680 mm), head width from 8.66”-9.06” (220-230 mm), and a handle diameter of 1” (25.4 mm). The mass of a modern Badminton Racket is between 2.46-3.35 oz (70-95 g).