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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.

  1. HandleStringed Area
  2. The athlete grips the racket with the handle. The handle is allowed to be attached to the wrist or hand for security purposes. Head
  3. The 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. Shaft
  4. The head is the ovoid part of the racket that surrounds the stringed area and keeps it in place. Throat
  5. The shaft extends from the handle to connect it to the head, either with or without a further portion called the throat. Frame
  6. The throat is a triangular extension of the shaft that further connects it to the head for extra support. Not every racket contains a throat.
  7. 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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