Grip size of badminton racket is denoted by “G”. Most racket manufacturers provide 4 – 5 grip sizes indicated by G1, G2, G3, G4 and G5. G3 grip size is of 3-1/2 inch whereas G4 grip size measures 3-3/4 inch.
Keeping this in view, how do I choose a badminton racket?
Here are four things to consider when it comes to choosing the most suitable racket for yourself.
- Weight of the racket. The weight of the racket is usually denoted by “U”; the smaller the number, the heavier the weight of the badminton racket. …
- Balance Point. …
- String Tension. …
- Hand Grip.
Beside above, which grip size is best for badminton?
Badminton Grips Buying Guide
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What are badminton balls called?
What is lbs in badminton?
String tension refers to how tight the racket string is tied to the racket, and it’s measured in pounds (lbs) normally. … As a general rule, you would need to have good strength if you wish to tie your string at 27 lbs or above. For average players, 22-26 lbs will be good enough.
Is 4U heavy?
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. Typically singles players will use heavier rackets 3U (85-89g).