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Tennis rackets


How to choose a tennis racket?

Rackets are an important piece of equipment and using the right one can make a huge difference in your performance and dramatically increase your chances of winning. Before choosing the right one, it´s important to understand the parts of a tennis racket.

Head size: The head of a tennis racket is the area where the strings form the face of the racket. The larger head size provides more power, while the smaller head size rackets give you more precision and maneuverability.

Racket length: Tennis racket length ranges from 27 to 29 inches. A longer racket gives you more range, power, and more swing weight.

Racket weight: The weight of a racket is measured in grams or ounces without strings. A heavier racket is more stable and powerful, transmitting less shock to the handler. On the other hand, a lightweight racket is easier to play and may not tax the player´s upper body like a heavier racket does.

Balance: The balance point is defined where the weight is divided equally between the racket head and the handle. Generally, in an evenly balanced racquet, the balance point is in the middle of its length. You can buy tennis rackets from top brands like Babolat, Yonex, Tecnifibre, Dunlop and Prince.

Frame stiffness: Racket stiffness can be determined by considering its power, control, and comfort. At the same time, its crucial to note that every player perceives stiffness differently. So it is a matter of personal choice which frame stiffness you would choose.

Grip size: Finally, choose the right grip size, as it will define the level of comfort and handling of a racket.



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