The Racquet Comparison Tool compares properties of any two racquets. The comparison parameters include both statically and dynamically measured performance variables. The dynamic specs are measured during the impact between a ball and racquet. These include power potential, sweet zone size, and vibration frequency.
Tennis racquets typically fall into four categories or types of racquets: power, control, tweener, and modern player’s frames. Each type of racquet comes with pros and cons, with the primary goal of helping provide specific players with unique qualities that will maximize their success on the court. Your Style of Play
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Some comparison among the different types of tennis rackets available may help you solidify a decision. There are three main types of tennis rackets. The first type, which is used primarily by advanced players, is known as the Player’s Racket or the Control Racket.
Honorable mentions -Control & feel racquets for intermediates. Babolat Pure Strike 16x19 3rd Gen. $219.00. Best Seller. Offering a more dampened feel than the previous generation, the Pure Strike 16x19 3rd Gen remains one of the most seductive player's racquets in its class.
The best tennis racquet for you is always: the heaviest racquet you can handle, the type of tennis you play, and the duration you are on the court. That's it; it isn't the one with the newest gimmicky technology, it isn't the RF97 because Federer uses it, nor is it the most modern and shiniest racquet on the market.
1Wilson Tour Slam Lite Tennis Racket. This is the “lite” version of the Wilson Tour Slam racket. We’ve selected it to be our Best Value product this week because it’s even cheaper than the Wilson Tour Slam. At less than $20, it has to be one of the cheapest tennis rackets on the market.