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How To Choose a Junior Squash Racket

The best junior squash racket will depend on the age, size and strength of your child. 

For younger children (ie those age 4+) we recommend choosing one of the shorter junior squash rackets which will allow your child to start to develop hand-eye co-ordination - a lighter racket where the racket head is closer to child's hand will make this much easier.  Check out the Wilson Tour Junior or the Dunlop Biotec Junior squash rackets at this level.

If your child is a little older but just starting to give the game a try (ie age 6/7+), the best racket may be one of the slightly longer kids' squash rackets such as the Tecnifibre Carboflex Junior. 

We recommend moving up to a full-size racket as soon as possible once your child has started to develop a full swing and is hitting the ball consistently. One of the great benefits of a full-size racket is the extra power in every shot  - children love being able to start getting the ball to the back of the court! 

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