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Squash Rackets

From beginners to experts, you'll find a racket at pdhsports.com that's the perfect match for your priorities and budget. Choose from leading brands, including exclusives and special deals. We even offer a ten-day trial to help you find the racket squash racket for your individual needs. 

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Tecnifibre Carboflex 125 Heritage 2 Squash Racket
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Tecnifibre Carboflex 125 Heritage 2 Squash RacketTecnifibre's best selling racket is back!
£89.95£165.00
Dunlop Aerogel 4D Elite Squash Racket
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Dunlop Aerogel 4D Elite Squash RacketGreat seller!
£59.99£129.99
Head Microgel 110 Stealth Squash Racket
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Head Microgel 110 Stealth Squash RacketExclusive to PDHSports
£59.95£134.99
Wilson Hyper Hammer 120 Squash Racket
40% Off
Wilson Hyper Hammer 120 Squash RacketTOP SELLER
£72.00£120.00
Head Radical 135 X Squash Racket
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Head Radical 135 X Squash RacketControl your power!
£69.99£150.00
Tecnifibre Carboflex 125 Airshaft Squash Racket
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Tecnifibre Carboflex 125 Airshaft Squash RacketOur best selling racket!
£99.95£165.00
UNSQUASHABLE Y-TEC POWER Squash Racket
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UNSQUASHABLE Y-TEC POWER Squash RacketIncreased power and playing comfort
£49.99£150.00
UNSQUASHABLE THERMO-TEC Squash Racket
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UNSQUASHABLE THERMO-TEC Squash RacketFor exceptional power!
£39.99£150.00
Karakal Raw 120 Squash Racket
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Karakal Raw 120 Squash RacketTop seller
£53.99£80.00
Karakal SN 90 2.0 Squash Racket
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Karakal SN 90 2.0 Squash RacketThe world's lightest squash racket
£109.99£150.00
Tecnifibre Carboflex 130 Airshaft Squash Racket
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Tecnifibre Carboflex 130 Airshaft Squash RacketThe best selling racket now back in stock!
£79.95£135.00
Tecnifibre Carboflex 125 X-Top Squash Racket
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Tecnifibre Carboflex 125 X-Top Squash RacketDesign inspired by Mohamed El Shorbagy
£119.95£175.00
Dunlop Hyperfibre+ Revelation Pro Squash Racket Ali Farag
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£79.99£139.99
Head Graphene 360+ Radical 120 Slimbody Squash Racket
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Head Graphene 360+ Radical 120 Slimbody Squash RacketAmazing accuracy
£79.99£140.00
Head Graphene XT Cyano 110 Squash Racket
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Head Graphene XT Cyano 110 Squash RacketFor extra power
£74.99£150.00
Dunlop Sonic Core Revelation Pro Lite Squash Racket
35% Off Exclusive
Dunlop Sonic Core Revelation Pro Lite Squash RacketNow exclusive to us in the UK!
£74.99£115.00
Head Radical 135 X 2024 Squash Racket
15% Off
Head Radical 135 X 2024 Squash RacketExclusive to us for UK launch!
£135.99£160.00
Karakal S Pro 2.0 Squash Racket
40% Off
Karakal S Pro 2.0 Squash RacketFor fantastic power
£78.00£130.00
Tecnifibre Carboflex 135 X-Speed Squash Racket
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Tecnifibre Carboflex 135 X-Speed Squash RacketExtra power for the club player
£73.95£120.00

About Squash Rackets

How do you choose a squash racket?

That depends who you're choosing it for! We recommend thinking about the standard, style and experience of the player to help you decide on the best squash racket - whether it's for you or someone else. Budget and brand preferences will also come into your thinking. There's a huge range of excellent rackets on our website- if you have some priorities in mind you can search and filter them to make choosing easier. You can choose between a Classic and Teardrop head shape (many pros like Mohamed El Shorbagy play with the latter) and a light or heavy head, to suit your gameplay

Should I choose a light squash racket or a heavier one?

A lighter weight racket is good for an attacking style, but if you have a slower swing, you may find a heavier racket more comfortable and effective. A larger head size can be more forgiving for leisure players. For more experienced players, a thinner racket gives you better precision and manoeuvrability, but you'll need a good level of skill to make the most of it. For more detailed tips on how to choose a squash racket, take a look at ourlatest squash racket buying guide.

What is the main difference between squash rackets?

Different rackets have different features and levels of refinement. They're designed and tested by top brands to suit different playing styles and experience. There's not really any such thing as an average squash racket, but if you want a good all-rounder, you could consider one of ourmid-range, mid-priced intermediate rackets, which will give you a combination of balance, stability, power and precision. Look for a heavier racket if you favour a slow swing. A teardrop head shape offers a larger sweet spot, but some players prefer a traditional closed neck design, which demands more skill and precision in play. You might be swayed by different racket colours and styling or even the brand of the squash racket. We stock a range of well-known racket sports brands, including Dunlop, Head, Tecnifibre and Prince, as well as specialist squash brands, such as Ashaway and Karakal.

Do squash rackets have grip sizes?

Squash rackets all come with a standard sized handle grip. You can use an overgrip to cushion the handle or layer it up to increase the grip size for greater comfort, if you have larger hands. Overgrips can also help you keep a firm hold on your racket, absorb sweat and reduce vibration and shock as you throw your weight behind those powerful winning shots.

What is the best type of squash racket for beginners?

If you're starting out with squash or looking to by a racket for someone else who is new to the game, choose a durable racket from a reputable brand to give you the best chance to build your skills. You don't need to spend a fortune. We stock starter squash rackets from around £20 - or you could pick one of our bundles, exclusives or clearance deals for exceptional value! For beginners, our experts recommend a teardrop shape squash racket, for a bigger sweet spot. A slightly heavier head and frame weight can be easier to handle when learning the game.

Which squash racket is suitable for children or juniors?

You're in luck - there's carefully chosen range of junior squash rackets for new and more experienced young players. But they won't need a junior racket for long. Most children can handle a lightweight adult racket from the age of about 8. You’ll find a range of junior rackets here on our website. A 22" racket will suit players of 4-5 years, while a 25" racket is good for most 6-7 year-olds. Adult size rackets are just a couple of inches longer at 27". Take a look at full size the lightweight squash racket models we sell if you're looking for a racket with a lower frame weight to suit a junior player aged 8+.

What are squash rackets made of?

Most squash rackets have frames made of graphite or a hybrid material - graphite mixed with something else. Some basic rackets are aluminium - it's heavier than graphite but can withstand a lot of rough handling! Titanium and carbon fibre are other materials used in advanced rackets - their frame weight is lighter but they can also be more fragile and break more easily. Standard squash rackets tend to have strings made from a synthetic material.