#1Babolat Pure Drive 2018 Tennis Racquet
Babolat Pure Drive 2018 Tennis Racquet features a minimalistic aesthetic with the popular Cortex system built into the racquet. Its amazing control and stability is ideal for intermediate to advanced players.
#2HEAD Liquidmetal 8 Prestrung Tennis Racquet
HEAD Liquidmetal 8 Prestrung Tennis Racquet is an over-sized racquet with a huge sweet spot that feels well-balanced and light when in use. The Liquidmetal material is applied to four of its strategic areas.
#3HEAD Ti.S6 Tennis Racquet
HEAD Ti.S6 Tennis Racquet is made from a blend of titanium and graphite. Its head is made to give a power boost while maintaining to be lightweight at the same time. It's made for teens and entry-level adult.
DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that the earliest version of tennis didn't involve any tennis racquets at all? Real tennis, as it was once called, started off roughly during the 12th century in France and involved hitting the ball with one's bare hands, then with a glove later on. Additonally, the game used to be called "jeu de paume" which translates to "game of the palm". It wasn't until the 16th century that the glove was replaced with a tennis racquet. Additionally, tennis racquets used to be made of wood, stringed with stretched and twisted cow intestines, thereby creating a high-tension and elastic surface on the racquet's head.
The traditional tennis racquets' gut strings were soon replaced with nylon strings, and the wooden frames with steel ones. The first steel-framed racquet was created by Jean René Lacoste. Although a vast majority of players back then still preferred wooden frames due to their belief that it was more accurate, it was considered outmatched when it came to the steel-framed racquet's power. It wasn't until professional tennis player Jimmy Connors full acceptance of the use of steel-framed racquets did the rest of the players follow suit. Another fun thing to note is that most high-quality tennis racquets are usually sold without strings as most advanced players, and a few beginners, prefer to decide what type of strings to be used with the racquet, and at what tension should they be strung.
Presently, tennis is considered to be one of the most well-known sports, giving birth to tennis-related media like apps, books, and video games.
#4Wilson Burn 100 Team Tennis Racquets
Wilson Burn 100 Team Tennis Racquet only weighs 10 ounces and a great option for a transitioning junior or an aspiring adult. Its BLX technology for enhanced feel is combined with maneuverability.
#5Babolat Boost Drive Tennis Racquet
Babolat Boost Drive Tennis Racquet is dubbed as the perfect frame for beginners and junior players moving up to their first full-size frame. It's almost identical to Babolat Pure Drive because of the light blue paint job.
#6HEAD Junior's Speed Tennis Racquet
HEAD Junior's Speed Tennis Racquet is great for players looking for good control and comfort. The junior racquet series where it's from is perfect for kids to help them get started.
#7Babolat 2018 Pure Aero Lite
Babolat 2018 Pure Aero Lite is a good racquet for players who like spin because it tends to generate lots of racquet speed. It's a lot easier to swing shots using this racquet which is good for beginners and intermediate players.
#8Wilson Fusion 29" Tennis Racket
Wilson Fusion 29" Tennis Racket is an oval-shaped tennis racquet that features a medium flex which is great for practicing hits and serves. It's made with durable graphite frame and aluminum.