Top 5 Squash Racquets in 2020
|Head Graphene 360 Speed 125||Graphene 360||Head Heavy|
|Tecnifibre Carboflex Cannonball 125||Graphene Tech||Head Even|
|Dunlop Hyper Fiber XT Revelation 125||Hyper Fibre||Head Light|
|Head Graphene 360 Speed 120||Graphene 360||Head Heavy|
Likewise, how long does a squash racket last?
In short, and all other things being equal, a racket for an intermediate, frequent player can last about two to three years. In this case we would consider the player player about two or three times a week and getting his or her racket restrung at least once a month.
Just so, how much should I spend on a squash racket?
New, low-end squash racquets are pre-strung and are priced in the $30 to $60 range. New mid-range squash racquets are usually pre-strung and are priced in the $70 to $100 range. New high-end squash racquets cost more than $150. Stringing costs another $20 to $50, depending on the type of string you like.
Is a lighter squash racket better?
A lighter squash racket is generally the best choice if your style of play is aggressive, fast and involves snapping through the ball in order to make directional changes (Such as the Dunlop Aerogel 4D Pro GT-X).