A player must have control of his/her racket when he/she hits the ball. That means, a player can’t drop or throw a racket to hit the ball, and the player loses the point if the ball touches a dropped or thrown racket.
Moreover, who threw the tennis racket?
Correspondingly, why do tennis players touch their racket?
They give you grip, they maintain friction and they give you stability. They make you feel light, they help you with speed, and they could be all the difference in you reaching the tennis ball to hit that incredible volley shot.
Is it legal to throw your racquet in tennis?
According to the ATP rulebook, a racquet abuse violation can cost the player up to $500 per occurrence. Here is the official statement on the ATP rulebook: “Players shall not violently, dangerously or with anger hit, kick or throw a racquet or other equipment within the precincts of the tournament site.
A majority of ATP players use on-site stringers provided by the tournament for a fee of €20 per racket for stringing. While most of the players are fine paying that much money for stringing their racket, Roger Federer has hired a personal stringer who has been able to make some good rackets for the World No 3.
What Specification is Djokovic’s PT113B Racquet?
|Strung Weight||353 grams|
|Balance||324mm (5pts HL)|
Head Graphene 360+ Speed Pro
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