Recreational

On this page you will find a selection of tennis rackets especially designed for recreational use. The relatively light weight and flexible grip of these rackets is ideally suited to a recreational player. These properties make the racket manoeuvrable, giving you a lot of freedom in the game. Not sure about which properties to look out for when choosing a racket? Then don't hesitate to look at our Advice Page!

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Which tennis racket is best for you?

Tennis rackets come in many shapes and sizes. To find out which racket is best for you, there are some aspects to look for. The balance point of the tennis racket is perhaps the most crucial factor. The balance point of a tennis racket is the point where the tennis racket is in equilibrium. A tennis racket with an evenly distributed weight is the most common choice among tennis players.

Frame Length

Your swing dictates how agile your tennis racket should be, to offer maximum support. That's why the length of the frame is very important.

Profile Height

The profile height means the thickness of the frame. In general, the thicker the frame, the lighter the tennis racket is. This is due to the stiffness of the racket. A lighter racket significantly increases power.

Weight

The weight of a tennis racket determines the control you have during a tennis stroke. A heavier tennis racket gives you more control over a lighter racket. A light in weight tennis racket however is easier to play with and is great for beginners!

Head Size

The head size is also important as the larger the head size, the easier you will hit the ball. A tennis racket with a smaller head size provides more precision over the direction of your shots, so you can control the ball better.