Badminton Racket

Pair of dimensioned drawings of a Badminton Racket with overall length, width, and handle depth

A Badminton Racket is a piece of sports equipment that has a handled frame with an open hoop with a network of strings stretched tightly. It is used to strike a shuttlecock in a Badminton match. Modern rackets are made of carbon fiber composite, which is stiff, has a good strength to weight ratio, and gives good kinetic energy transfer. Prior to the use of carbon fiber composite, Badminton Rackets were made of wood. While a Badminton Racket’s size and shape are limited by standards, there is a wide variety of racket designs, and different rackets have playing characteristics that appeal to different players.

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).


*Under Development*

8.66”-9.06” | 220-230 mm
1” | 25.4 mm (Handle)
26.18”-26.77” | 665-680 mm
2.46-3.35 oz | 70-95 g

Materials: Carbon fiber, graphite, or wood (traditional)



Drawings include:
Badminton Racket front elevation, side


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Badminton is a racket (racquet) sport where players hit a shuttlecock over a net to score points. Badminton can be played in either singles (one player per side) or doubles with court sizes for either game style. Points are scored when the shuttlecock lands on the opposing team’s half of the court.