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Buy your latest badminton racket here if you are a youth player who plays or will play competition. The badminton expert at KW FLEX has selected a number of rackets that are suitable for these younger badminton players. 

Competition racket for youth players

Children can often borrow a racket from their badminton club to see if they like the sport. If a child likes the sport and has talent, it is recommended to buy a competition racket. These rackets are a little bit more expensive, but they will last a lot longer.

Full carbon badminton rackets

Young badminton players who have acquired a taste for badminton and would like to take the next step or buy a better racket at once. This is the group of children who are best off with a racket which is made entirely of carbon fiber.

The advantages of a carbon fiber badminton racket are:

  • Lighter weight
  • Absorb more vibrations
  • More flexible than an aluminum racket
  • More technological possibilities

Being careful with your racket

If your son or daughter wants to be careful with his or her racket, this is the perfect choice. Some children, due to their still limited technique, accidentally hit their racket against the ground, wall or against the racket of their team mate. This is a disadvantage of the carbon racket.
Youth badminton players who are careful about this can use the advantages of a full carbon racket.

The importance of a good racket

For every badminton player it is very important to choose a suitable racket. This also applies to our youthful badminton players who play on competition level. Each child needs to know how strong they are, if they are injury-prone and where they might need some support. If he or she is not that strong, we recommend a more flexible badminton racket. If they have more power, a medium flexible racket will be better for them.

How to choose the right racket for a youth competition player?

For many players it is difficult to decide which racket is suitable for them, and this is certainly true for children. As described above, you can look at a number of points:

  • Flexible racket = He/she needs more power
  • Medium flexible racket = he/she already has the necessary muscles and technique
  • Stiff racket = He/she needs more control in his/her strokes and has enough technique
  • Head heavy balance = He/she needs more power

Ask for advice

So are you looking for a badminton racket for a youthful badminton player who plays competition? At KW FLEX Badminton Specialist you can find everything. When in doubt, call us / send a whatsapp message to:+31 616501686, email your questions to [email protected], Facebook, Instagram or drop by our badminton store in Rijen.

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