Squash racket material
The frame of a squash racket is usually made of graphite composite, and its material and coloring should meet the requirements of leaving no traces after the racket touches the wall.
The string and its end must be trapped in the frame of the racket head. If it cannot be done due to the material or design of the racket, the string must be closed with a cushion. The cushion must be made of soft material to ensure that it is not formed. Sharp edges avoid leaving marks when contacting walls and the ground.
Some of the strings of the racket are made of man-made fibers and some are nylon. Many excellent players use gut strings. There are racquets made of carbon materials, racquets made of carbon-aluminum materials, and racquets made of all-carbon fiber materials.