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Choose the right Tennis Racket
Child Adult
Beginner Intermediate Advanced
Beginner Intermediate Advanced
17" 19" 21" 23" 25" 26"
17" 19" 21" 23" 25" 26"
23" 25" 26"
Superlight Midweight
Midplus Oversize Superoversize
Superlight Midweight
Grip 0 Grip 1 Grip 2 Grip 3 Grip 4
Grip 0 Grip 1 Grip 2 Grip 3
Superlight Midweight
Grip 0 Grip 1 Grip 2 Grip 3
Grip 2 Grip 3 Grip 4
Grip 0 Grip 1 Grip 2 Grip 3
Head heavy Even balance Head light
Head heavy Even balance Head light
Head heavy Even balance
Grip 1 Grip 2 Grip 3
Grip 1 Grip 2 Grip 3 Grip 4
Grip 2 Grip 3 Grip 4
Grip 0 Grip 1 Grip 2 Grip 3
Grip 0 Grip 1 Grip 2 Grip 3
Grip 2 Grip 3
Grip 1 Grip 2 Grip 3
Grip 0 Grip 1 Grip 2 Grip 3 Grip 4
for Whom?
Child
Adult
What is your Level?
How well you play Tennis?
Beginner
I want to start playing
Intermediate
I have started playing and feel comfortable with the racket
Advanced
I have played for a little while and want to be a champion!
I am almost at Roger Federer's level
Child Racket Length
Find below the range of choices that will match your expectations. Get set!
Height :
cm
17"
For 2' 11" - 2' 3"
19"
For 3' 3" - 3' 6"
21"
For 3' 6" - 3' 9"
23"
For 3' 9" - 4'
25"
For 4' - 4' 7"
26"
For 4' 7" - 5' 1"
Whats Your Racket Weight?
The racket's weight has a minimal impact.
Tennis racket Head size?
Refers to the size of the actual hitting area within the tennis racket frame.
Whats Your Racket Weight?
Heavy > 310g - Midweight from 275g to 310g - Superlight < 275g.
Superlight
Easier to swing but less power (perfect for very first time).
Midweight
A bit more difficult to swing but provide more power
Midplus
Most common for an intermediate player (Good mix between forgiveness & power).
Oversize
Forgiveness enhanced, good fit if you are totally confident with your power.
Superoversize
The most forgiveness possible.
Superlight
Easy to swing and maneuver but less stability and control when hitting.
Midweight
More control, more stability & less vibration when hitting.
whats your Racket weight?
Heavy > 310g - Midweight from 275g to 310g - Superlight < 275g.
Tennis Racket balance?
Tennis rackets are described as either balanced, head heavy, or head light.
Superlight
For an intermediate player, light rackets are easy to maneuver but are less stable while hitting
Midweight
Heavier rackets will typically provide you with more control and help reduce vibration or shock when hitting.
Head heavy
Most power possible but less control
Even balance
Perfect mix for baseline shooters (control and power)
Head light
Easier to whip while serving but less Power
tennis racket balance?
Tennis rackets are described as either balanced, head heavy, or head light.
Head heavy
As the racket is superlight, head heavy is preferable to avoid arms problem.
Even balance
Made for solid baseline players able to resist vibrations
Head light
Exclusively for double players looking for spin, maneuverability and net play.
Head heavy
Good fit if you don't generate lots of power by yourself
Even balance
Good mix between power and maneuverability. Perfect for Baseline shots.
Whats your Grip Size?
it is the length between ring finger tip & second line of palm of your hitting hand
Grip 0
Your measurment 100 - 102mm
Grip 1
Your measurment 103 - 105mm
Grip 2
Your measurment 106 - 108mm
Grip 3
Your measurment 109 - 111mm
Grip 4
Your measurment 109 - 111mm

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