What string tension should I use for badminton?

What string tension should I use for badminton?

As a general rule, you would need to have good strength if you wish to tie your string at 27 lbs or above. For average players, 22-26 lbs will be good enough. Over-loose string will cause the string bed to be too bouncy, and hence make the control of your shot execution harder.

Which string tension is best for smashing?

For the average player, the best tension would be 24-27 pounds of tension. This is a nice middle ground where the strings are tight enough to have a good feel but also slack enough to make generating power in smashes and other shots efficient.

How do you reduce string tension in badminton?

In order to get the result you want and without risk to your frame, no, there is no way to simply reduce tension in strings. Hitting will reduce the tension, but only by a little, and it will also wear on the strings taking away some playability. Leaving it in the trunk is bad for both the strings and frame.

What is the highest string tension?

LI-NING US-930 (String Tension Up to 37 LBS) Black Strung Badminton Racquet (Pack of: 1, 84 g)

Type Badminton Racquet
Playing Level Advanced
Brand Color Black
Flexibility Flexible
Tension 34-37Lbs

What tension do professional badminton players use?

Intermediate badminton players should use a string tension between 22 and 26 lbs (10 and 11.8 kg). Advanced and professional players should use a string tension higher than 25 pounds (11.3 kg) or whatever they feel most comfortable with.

What is the highest tension in badminton?

A highly accomplished player may find that their tensions need to be 24lbs before they notice a leveling out on power. A lower level player may find that this is way too high and 20/21 lbs is a max.

Is High tension good for badminton?

A higher tension will provide more power and control only if you can consistently hit the sweet spot. As a player becomes more consistent and has good technique, they will benefit more from a higher tension because the shuttle will travel off the string bed faster, giving them control of the shuttle.

What tension is 30lbs?

30 Tension means that each line of string in your racket was pulled with a 30 lbs or 13.6 Kg force when it was strung. That is a tremendous amount of force, considering that there are around 72–76 holes in most badminton rackets, and around 22 Vertical and 22 horizontal lines of string.