Here are the parts with their 'use' (you asked about their 'meanings' but I guess you're referring to their 'use') GRIP: used to hold the racket SHAFT: connects the grip and the racket head (the stiffer the shaft, the faster the racket will hit the shuttle or unbend. This is effective if you have a powerful and fast stroke) THROAT (if present): connects the shaft and the head RACKET HEAD: This is the stringing area The shaft, plus the handle and the head are called The Frame.
what are the parts of a racket
The neck, the head, the stringed area, the frame, the throat and the handle are all the parts of an badminton racket.
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The bottom, the left side, the right side, the middle and the top :)
the different parts of shuttlecock
Rackets are composed of many different materials ranging from carbon fibre composite to solid steel. The size of racket is around 27 inches and its weight ranges between 75 to 95 grams.
Parts of a badminton racket are: 1. Frame - The frame is the name given to the head, throat, shaft and handle taken together. 2. Stringed area - The stringed area is the part of the racket with which it is intended the player hits the shuttle. 3. Head - The head bounds the stringed area. 4. Throat - The shaft connects the handle to the head 5. Shaft - The throat (if present) connects the shaft to the head. 6. Handle - The handle is the part of the racket intended to be gripped by the player. For easier reference to the parts of a badminton racket, refer to the diagram link in the Related link.
While not a "definition"; in the nomenclature, i.e.; the names of things, of a Badminton racket its truly called the "stringed" area. Seems silly, doesn't it?Google: "The Laws of Badminton"The other parts are named:The handle, head, shaft, throat and frame.
The meanings are expressed by what is written in the letter.
The 2 parts of badminton grip are replacement grips and overgrips.
There are three parts of a tennis racquet. The part that you hold is the "grip". Above the grip is the "neck". Someone who holds their tennis racket by the neck is said to be "choking" their racquet; this is not the correct way to play. The part that you hit the ball with (and the largest part of the racquet) is called the "head". The part makes up the head is the "rim". As for a badminton racquet, I would assume that it's very similar.
Parts of a badminton racket are: 1. Frame - The frame is the name given to the head, throat, shaft and handle taken together. 2. Stringed area - The stringed area is the part of the racket with which it is intended the player hits the shuttle. 3. Head - The head bounds the stringed area. 4. Throat - The shaft connects the handle to the head 5. Shaft - The throat (if present) connects the shaft to the head. 6. Handle - The handle is the part of the racket intended to be gripped by the player.
The six parts of a tennis racket include the strings, the head, the beam, and the shaft. The other two parts are the grip and the throat.
The piece of plastic strip that is on top of the tennis racket is called a bumper guard. There are different parts associated with the racket, which also include the butt cap, grip, heat, and throat.
Badminton is a sport where the athlete's tool is his or her racket. Familiarity with the six main parts of the racket and their respective significance will improve the success of a badminton player.HandleStringed AreaThe athlete grips the racket with the handle. The handle is allowed to be attached to the wrist or hand for security purposes. HeadThe stringed area is the section with which the athlete hits the shuttlecock. The strings are flat and uniformly interlaced, and the area cannot be larger than 280 millimeters by 220 millimeters. ShaftThe head is the ovoid part of the racket that surrounds the stringed area and keeps it in place. ThroatThe shaft extends from the handle to connect it to the head, either with or without a further portion called the throat. FrameThe throat is a triangular extension of the shaft that further connects it to the head for extra support. Not every racket contains a throat.The handle, head, shaft, and throat (if present) combine to form the frame. It cannot be larger than 680 millimeters in length and 230 millimeters in width.
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There are many dimensions for a badminton racket for which ones you buy. The racket shall be a frame not exceeding 680 mm in overall length and 230 mm in overall width consisting of the main parts described in Laws. It should not exceed 280 mm in overall length and 220 mm in overall width. However, the strings may extend into an area which otherwise would be the throat, provided that the width of the extended stringed area does not exceed 35 mm; and the overall length of the stringed area does not then exceed 330 mm.
There are two parts in Badminton shuttle cock that are made of the feathers of a cockerel. Cock diameter is 1" attached with wings.
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There are many lists that can tell you the meanings of colors. I was surprised to find out that colors have different meanings in different parts of the world, and the meanings change over time, just as language and fashion styles change.You can find some excellent resources by typing the meaning of colors into your favorite search box.
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