Here's a look at the racquet sizes available and the best way to measure which is best for you. 19-, 21- and 23-inch racquets. These are all generally youth racquets for players age 8 and under. 23- and 25-inch racquets. These are generally best for the 9-10-year-old age group. 26-inch racquets
Tennis Racquet Head Sizes. The head size of a tennis racquet refers to the area of the ...
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These ones are even lighter in weight, balanced, slightly head-light to -heavy and are highly appropriate for intermediate or mid-level tennis players. These rackets often weigh about 9.5 to 11 ounces, with head measurement of about 95 to 102 square inches and have extended length of about 27.5 to 28 inches.
Determine your tennis racket length with our Tennis Racket Length Chart below: Length. Inches. Length. Cm. Comment. Small Women. < 5'1'' (155 cm) 26''.
This length (measured from the bottom of the racket) represents the point at which the racket can be balanced without tipping either way so the higher the number, the heavier the racket is towards the head. An evenly balanced racket of standard length (27 inches / 686 mm) would have a balance point of roughly 343 mm.
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300 grams (or 10.6 ounces) is an average weight for a racket. Less than 285 grams (10 ounces) is considered light. More than 310 grams (or 11 ounces) is considered heavy. Tennishead suggests…. As you’d expect, a heavy racket in general means more power but less manoeuvrability and vice versa with a light racket.