The neck, the head, the stringed area, the frame, the throat and the handle are all the parts of an badminton racket.
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.
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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.
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.
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The tennis racket is much longer and heavier than a racqetball racket as the handle is much shorter. But today, even the size of the head of the tennis racket is also usually larger than that of the racquetball racket, which is more standardized at around 107 sq. ins. Tennis racket heads vary greatly in size; but some are great than 130 sq ins.
It's a Head of course, because Head is one of his sponsors. But I don't know what Head it is.
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.
It varies because racket head sizes vary and different types of rackets with a different number of cross strings and main strings. But it tends to have roughly 40 feet of string in a racket.
The head The throat The shaft The grip The strings
The curved head frame holds the strings.
I think you're talking about a polocrosse racket.
The size of a racket varies. In mens ATP, the maximum racket head size is around 105 cm^2. The larger the head, the more rebound you get, resulting in faster ball speed. Faster speed from greater rebound isn't always desirable though, as it usually comes at the cost of feel and control.
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Head- The head of the racket is the broad circular area housing the string/wire.Stringed Area- Located inside the head. The wires are pulled and under enough tension to stay tight. This is the are you want to hit the shuttlecock/birdie with.Throat- Also somtimes called the T Joint, this connects the head to the shaftShaft-The long rod connected to the throat and handleHandle- Also known as the Grip. The handle is the area you holdFrame- The frame is a combination of the Handle, Shaft, Throat and Head. Imagine the racket without the strings and plastcs.
a tennis racket is bigger than a squash and badminton racket.
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you select a tennis raquet by checking its weinght the wdith and how big should the head be
It depend on the kind of racket it is if it is a over size racket it has more string then a normal racket.