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. This is a great racquet for youngsters looking to make the transition to the 78-foot court. ADVERTISEMENT . 27 inches and up
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Selecting the Right Tennis Racket for Your Skill Level. Before you can select the best tennis racket for your level of play, it’s important to understand two elements of racket construction: head size and weight. Tennis Racket Head Sizes: OVERSIZE: 105” or larger. MIDPLUS: 98” to 104” MIDSIZE: 85” to 97” Tennis Racket Weights:
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Racquets at, or close to, 100 square inches offer a solid blend of power and control for many players. Generally speaking, a smaller racquet head appeals to more accomplished players seeking more control, while larger racquets appeal to beginning and intermediate players seeking more power and a larger sweetspot.
How much do junior tennis rackets cost? Junior tennis rackets generally cost somewhere around $20 – $30 for an aluminum tennis racket. If you opt for a more expensive graphite racket for more experienced children, then you can expect to pay up to $100. Is there anything else my child needs to play tennis? Tennis Balls.
This graphite tennis racket uses Head’s revolutionary graphene technology, that pushes the weight towards the end of the frame making the racket more maneuverable and stable. It has a smaller head size (100 square inches) and is well known for having excellent control around the court.