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Power Tennis Racquets

Power Tennis Racquets

"With Great power...comes great responsibility." We have all heard the famous quote from Spiderman, but when it comes to tennis racquets sometimes, we simply want more POWER! Most power racquets are very maneuverable with slightly thicker beams for a crisp response at contact. Most of the models in this group have mid-plus head sizes (95-105 sq in) and a median weight of around 10.6 ounces (unstrung). One of the nicest attributes of power racquets is that they can increase ball speed no matter what kind of strokes you have.

Spin Tennis Racquets

Spin Tennis Racquets

Every player on the court with a full low to high swing path and more of a western grip needs to consider adding a spin racquet to their bag. If you rely on a backhand slice to neutralize rallies from the baseline like Barattini, look for a racquet with an unstrung weight of 10.6 -11.4 with a more aerodynamic throat to cut through the air. The racquet can't do all the work for you, so consider the string pattern and strings you're putting in the racquet too.

Control Tennis Racquets

Control Tennis Racquets

Control racquets don't provide as much power, and they don't provide players with spin or depth. They offer a very consistent low-powered response at contact and this provides advanced players the pinpoint precision they need to succeed. If you are shopping for a control frame, you probably create your own power and spin with your advanced technique, and you need something to push you over the finish line against tougher competition. Most control-centric racquets have a thin flat beam design and the head size will range from 95-100. Most racquets in this category are between 10.8 and 11.6 ounces (unstrung) and control racquets are the heaviest racquet category overall. Many of these models have dense 18x20 string patterns, which will reduce string movement and reduce power and spin.

Comfort Tennis Racquets

Comfort Tennis Racquets

If you are experiencing arm or elbow discomfort while playing tennis, changing your racquet may eliminate or lessen arm discomfort so you're able to get back on the court. Different aspects of racquets affect how comfortable it is. A racquet's weight, balance, and swing weight can all affect its comfort. For increased comfort, take a look at racquets with a flex rating of 63 and lower because they reduce the amount of impact shock to the arm. If a racquet is too light, it can make for an uncomfortable hitting experience as well. A safe bet for a racquet weight is between 10 and 11 ounces, with a swing weight between 300-325.


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