This is a page for junior squash rackets. Click any of these links to jump to a particular brand, or just scroll down to see them all.
What exactly are junior squash rackets, anyway? I consider them to be any squash racket shorter than the standard adult racket length of 27 inches. Generally, junior squash rackets are used by young children as they are learning the game. A shorter racket is just a little easier to operate.
At some point, juniors will graduate to a full-size adult squash racket. There’s no set age for this, it just happens whenever the player feels more comfortable with a full-sized racket. As a rough guideline, that transition will occur between 8 and 11 years old.
For more advice, see “What’s a Good Squash Racket for a Child?“
Black Knight Junior Squash Rackets
This one’s just called the Black Knight Jr. Graphite.
Image via holabirdsports.com
Weight: Medium (135 grams)
Head Size: 440 sq. cm.
String Pattern: 16 x 19
Length: 24 inches
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