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Racket Information

The choice of the perfect racket is personal and depends on many elements. We try to help you with some useful information.

The shape of the racket

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The rounder the racket, the bigger is the ‘sweet spot’. Balls hit on the sweet spot give stable output and control. A diamond shaped racket has more surface that is out of the sweet spot. On the other hand, the optimal hitting area is situated higher on the racket with provides more leverage (power) in attack. That’s why Diamond rackets are often the choice for better and more offensive players.

A hybrid racket has a large sweet spot with a slightly higher hitting area, increasing power when using this leverage effect.


Below you can see the Hook Racket Range with details about the shape and the material of the surface:

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The hardness of the racket

The combination of the density of the foam and the density of the fiber gives the racket a softer or harder output.

A soft racket will have an easy feel of control and a very high playability.

The harder the racket is, the better, trained players can control their shots and place the bal where they want. A harder racket gives also more power. To enjoy harder rackets, it is recommended to pay attention on your technique.


Below you can find the Hook Racket Range, assorted from hardness to softness:

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