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Finding the Perfect Tennis Racquet

March 31, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 110

As a tennis player, you know how important selecting the right racquet is. A racquet is your main tool, and being sure you have one that's not only comfortable, but also effective, is crucial.

Although technique is the main factor in how well you hit a tennis ball, purchasing a quality racquet can help improve your game and assist you in avoiding those dreaded tennis court divider nets. You're probably looking to upgrade your current racquet so the key is to pinpoint exactly what you're seeking to improve. Is it power? Accuracy? Comfort? Once you've determined what exactly you are looking to change, check below to find what type of racquet you should be searching for.

Power: If you have been playing tennis for a while and are finding you want your swing to be more powerful, search for a vendor who makes the heads of racquets oversized. An oversized head is great for players who have slow swings because it gives them an extra oomph when hitting. Because of the size of the head, you'll want to be sure that the racquet is still lightweight.

Control: If you feel as though you're game is a little shaky, perhaps you need to gain some more control over the ball. You can fix this problem rather easily with a small-headed racquet that is a bit heavier than a typical racquet. These kinds of racquets are designed for players that already have the power send a ball once over and sailing into opponents' tennis windscreens.

Comfort: Because there are so many different types of racquets available, it's important to try out a few options before you commit. If you're upgrading to one that's either longer or has a bigger head, it'll certainly take a bit of playing before you get acclimated to it. With that said, if it's been a few weeks and your racquet is still feeling awkward to you, you may want to consider switching it up.

Although racquets have a big influence on how a tennis player performs, switching or upgrading to a new one may not change your game completely. As stated before, it'll take a while to get used to your new accessory, but once you do, you will hopefully start to notice slight differences in your game. Whether your goal is to play with pinpoint accuracy or to get some more force behind your swing, there's a racquet out there for you!

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