For most casual players, one badminton racket will serve as well as the next. But if you're looking to improve your game or just gain a slight badminton equipment advantage over the in-laws at your next family tournament, here are some tips you can follow when shopping for a new Yonex badminton racket.
Choosing Appropriate Badminton Rackets
Most badminton rackets (or badminton racquets, if you prefer the alternative spelling) are made from carbon fiber or graphite. A Yonex badminton racket is much lighter and thinner than a tennis racket. The heads of badminton rackets can be either oval or isometric/square.
There are four main points to consider when comparing badminton racquets: string tension, grip, racket balance, and racket weight.