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Picking the right tennis racket is usually an emotionally driven decision. It's a real confidence builder for beginners and intermediate players alike that's also well set up for attacking the ball at aggressive angles for maximum spin. If you're a member of a tennis club then you'll no doubt have seen a good chunk of players using Babolat racquets.

See our Youtube channel for many more tips and drills to help improve your tennis game and conditioning. Besides the Prince Phantom Series, the Warrior tennis-schlaeger-test.de Series rackets for advanced beginners and especially for tournament and team players are of particular interest for the 2018 tennis year.
This will give you a better feel for the ball resulting in better overall control of your shots. So even technically less experienced players can dominate the opponent with spin and power. Thanks for asking it. Gut string really is great for tennis players that know how to use spin and other shot variations to their advantage.

I'll only recommend racquets that I've played with and test personally. This racquet is overly recommended for use by the beginner players but may considered too light for the intermediate players. Our groundbreaking technology is the product of a unique mix of expertise in sports physiology and advanced control systems.

I use a 16L and 17-gauge string and love it. In the past, I used regular 16-gauge string and played fairly well with it. However, the increased feel of the 17-gauge string is worth the extra time and money for me. I like Wilson plain black design of tennis rackets.

The over 200 hours of interviews uncovered plenty for the team to consider in terms of how Wilson presented performance to the consumer and what was most important, from the first time they saw a racket to the first time they picked it up to the first time they hit with it.

The Wilson Ultra 103S also features Spin Effect technology. The dampening feel of the Countervail technology was obvious - some of the testers liked the softer feel of the game while others felt it made them feel too distant from the ball when bouncing. The head size is only 95 square inches yet it weighs 12.3 ounces strung, making it almost as heavy as the Wilson Pro Staff RF 97 Autograph.

Wilson is a well-known name when it comes to quality tennis products, to say the least, and this good racquet does not disappoint. This attribute is semi-important to the serve and volley player but it wasn't one of the key attributes for our rackets. The image Wilson envisioned was of a lacrosse stick; the ball sinks into racquet and strings and can be manipulated with the utmost control.

The emphasis with this racquet is definitely placed on return shots with power and higher than normal spin. Get ready to discover a generation of racquets that will transform your game. A tennis racket consists of a handled frame with a wide open hoop across which a network of strings or catgut (animal intestine) is stretched.

Wilson says the design focuses on the essentials, stripping away unnecessary elements for a timeless look and more importantly, a ‘psychological edge for the player bold enough to pick one up.' All the rackets in the Blade range are constructed from braided graphite and basalt - an elastic material that Wilson says improves the flex of the racket.

Brody, H. (1987) Tennis Science for Tennis Players, University of Pennsylvania Press. This means that you don't always have to hit the tennis ball in the middle of the strings on your racquet. Composite construction has the advantage of being very lightweight and this is still the contemporary standard for today's tennis rackets.

This racquet is an advanced or intermediate level players dream. Many beginner players refer to this racquet as having a lively frame that really whips towards the ball. Overall, it helps to generate extra spin on the shots and provide maximum control over your shots.