Weight Range (grams)
Most rackets are weighted around 3U (85-89g) or 4U (80-84g), this is because it’s a good weight balance for players to hit hard without compromising on speed.
Also know, what is a good weight for a badminton racket?
The weight of the racket is usually denoted by “U”; the smaller the number, the heavier the weight of the badminton racket. A good badminton racket usually weighs around 80g to 100g.
Beside this, what are badminton balls called?
Is 3U heavier than 4U?
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.
Badminton Grips Buying Guide
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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).
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.
Yonex voltric is developed with tri Voltage system which is more accurate system for better racket performance. Li Ning G Force Pro 2600 is developed on G force technology which uses ultra light frame and Dynamic Optimum frame technology to deliver best in class racket performance.
Shorter players have a lower centre of gravity than taller players. Having a low centre of gravity makes it easier to move with speed across the court and also helps to keep you in balance when playing shots. Taller players naturally have a higher centre of gravity.