At UK-Racketball we believe it is critical to select the right racket for your game. Choosing a racket which complements how you play can really help you increase your performance and win those crucial points. That is why every single racket on our website has been tested and reviewed by me, Mark Fuller.
I am a professional squash player and I am currently ranked 198 in the world for squash and I am 7th in the UK for racketball. I have been coaching both squash and racketball for 5 years now and thoroughly enjoy both sports. I have provided reviews for every racket with the intension of being as honest and accurate as possible. I have tried not to use any of the technical jargon that is so often used and instead I comment on how the rackets feel, how they play, what shots they are best at and what type of player they are suited to.
I will be adding more to all the reviews and to this section to help you ge the most out of what I have written. Below are a few questions you may want to ask yourself. I will also soon be giving some pointers to help you make the right choice:
How much are you planning on playing?
Are you looking to make some serious progress?
Are you on a tight budget?
For Intermediate players and beyond.....
Do you like a serious fast and pacey attacking game utilising low hard drive kills, zipping the ball into the front of the court with precision?
Do you rely on overpowering your oponent with hard hit drives attacking from the back of the court?
Do you like to hit back at opponents counterpunching with slight touch counterdrops to the front of the court, feeding off your opponents attacking shots?
Do you like to play a slow game chipping the ball down the line hitting accurate and effective targets but not looking to use a large amount of page on the ball?
Do you like to hold and whip the ball about trying to attack from anywhere on the court to unsettle your opponent?
I hope what I have written will help you answer these, but if not I will soon be putting up some reccomendations.
Goood Luck with your racketball!