Squash Racket

Dimensioned elevation drawing of a Squash Racket measured with overall width, length, and depth

A Squash Racket, also referred to as Squash, is used to play the sport of Squash based on striking a ball towards the walls of the interior court. Squash rackets are typically made of boron, Kevlar, graphite, or titanium. Squash rackets are similar to a tennis racket in appearance, but vary in size and weight.

Lighter Squash Rackets are preferred for quick shots, while heavier Squash Rackets are easier to control. There are two types of frame shapes: heart and water drop. The profile and strings of the Squash Racket have an impact on the stiffness and power of a shot. Squash Rackets are available in a variety of colors.

Squash Rackets have an overall maximum length of 27” (68.6 cm), maximum width of 8.46” (21.5 cm), and common depth of 1.125” (28.6 mm). The length of the handle between is 7”-7.25” (177.8-184.2 mm) with a typical grip circumference of 3.875” (98.4 mm). The weight of a Squash Racket is between 3.9-5.1 oz (110-145 g). The total surface area of a Squash Racket cannot exceed 77.5 in2 (500 cm2).

Details

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Height:
Width:
8.46” | 21.5 cm (Max)
Depth:
1.125” | 28.6 mm
Length:
27” | 68.6 cm (Max)
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Weight:
3.9-5.1 oz | 110-145 g

Handle Length: 7”-7.25” | 177.8-184.2 mm
Surface Area:
77.5 in2 | 500 cm2 (Max)
Beam Width:
.63”-.83” | 16-21 mm
Grip Circumference:
3.875” | 98.4 mm
Materials: Graphite, aluminum, hybrid, laminated lumber (traditional)

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Properties

Drawings include:
Squash Racket front, side, bottom

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Squash is a racket sport where two players rally against a wall and attempt to serve a ball fast enough so their opponent cannot return the ball. In each game, one player serves a rubber ball against a wall, and attempts to serve it fast enough to where it bounces twice before being returned.

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