How do you find the best tennis racquet? If you are looking for a tennis racquet there are many factors which will influence which racquet is right for you. Some people will experience different results, even if they are the same style and level of player. In this article I will concentrate on which racquet is best for each type of tennis player, but bear in mind, you may find that a different type of racquet works best for you.
If you are a beginner you will do best with a Head Liquidmetal 8. The Head Liquidmetal 8 offers a good combination of control and power. This means it is therefore suitable for a wide range of players. It works well for beginners and intermediate players, so as your game improves, you can continue to play well with this tennis racquet, rather than having to go out and buy one better suited for a more advanced player
Advanced tennis players do best with the Head Flexpoint Radical Oversize. The technology behind this racquet is two precisely engineered holes in the frame which help to increase frame flexibility. This racquet provides increased ball-racquet contact time which provides the player with good power and excellent control.For players who tend to stay at the baseline, the Babolat Aeropro Drive is the best choice. There is a “separate” shock absorber which results in a crisper pop when you connect with the ball. The Aeropro Drive offers a good feel on impact and excellent power if you are a strong player. Since most baseline players tend to be stronger, this works extremely well for this style of player.DescriptionThe Babolat AeroPro Drive , now with Cortex for enhanced feel. The choice of Rafael Nadal!Racquet SpecificationsHeadsize: 100 sq. in.Length: 27.00 in.Weight (strung): 11.60 oz.Stiffness (Babolat RDC): 68Balance: 13.25 in. Head LightCross Section: 23mm Head/26mm ThroatSwingweight: 335 kg*sq. cmString Pattern: 16x19Grip: SyntecFeaturesWe string this racquet with a premium synthetic gut at no additional charge! A value of $24.95 for free!New Cortex Line
I really like this tennis racquet. It feels a bit light so using some lead tape will help make it more stable. I went from an oversized frame to this one. Haven’t had any problems with it, but the paint chips pretty easily. The original is also awesome. Give both a demo if you can!