In this article you will learn some tips for beginners in the world of tennis that will help you if you’re starting with freshly sport to correctly choose your first tennis racket.
The first thing to know is that when you start playing tennis is not necessary to buy the latest high end racket used by professional players but if I agree to invest some money in a good brand of racket as the midrange while you lasted racket is great and it shows in the feeling of hitting that quality components and features.
For beginners choose their tennis rackets is an important event. They choose their mate on the court, so you should choose one that makes them feel comfortable with their sporty style, accompanying their movements.
If you have money problems I recommend you buy a mid-range racket and if your problem is liquidity; I recommend when buying your first bike you start with the cheapest borrowed racquet and now I will explain that I do not recommend you to buy more expensive racket or more high-end store.
Tennis racquets are all different and the player chooses the racket searching for a match between the type of stroke, physical characteristics of the player and the racket. For this reason when you start recently is a complete lottery pick a racquet and it is useless to spend too much on it.
Just so you have an idea I’ll give you some general characteristics that will help you get an idea of the most important criteria without delving too much not to confuse you. Then later I’ll give more details to consider.
The heavier racquets are usually aimed at higher level players because his physical condition is good to handle and because such weighty rackets manage to get more power to the ball. If your case is that of a beginner, do not recommend it because your arm suffered could not be used. I recommend a low weight or average to start.
Then another important aspect is the thickness of the frame of the racket, usually the best players in the world use very thin frames because this way they get more control and initiation players or players who do not have much arm strength using thicker frames. With a thick frame forward power but sacrifice control.
Another important aspect is that the racquet handle is comfortable for your hand; try in store for not too thick or too thin said handle.