Demoing a new racquet with Tennis Express is so easy. You may demo up to three racquets online for a small fee of $24.95 which includes shipping the demos to you and a pre-paid UPS return label to ship the demos back to Tennis Express (Note: All demo racquets in your order will be shipped together.
Secondly, are demo tennis rackets good?
While demo racquets are a great idea, there is one problem. The vast majority of demo racquets will come with a string setup that you have no control over. This could be a dead poly that’s been used several times by previous racquet demos which means the racquet will not play well.
In respect to this, how long does it take to adjust to a new tennis racket?
It takes some time for your body and game to adjust to a new racquet. So give it some time preferably a couple of sessions (4-5 hours total court time), before you make up your mind. It’s always fun to demo a tennis racquet.
How do I know my tennis grip size?
Ruler Test: To measure grip size using the ruler test, first place the fingers of your racket hand together, then align a ruler’s edge with the the bottom horizontal crease of your palm. Next, measure to the tip of your ring finger, this measurement is your grip size.
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The beginning of the test: the first feeling
Even if you’re looking for the same sensations that you had with your former racquet, you will for sure feel a difference. Play with the racquet for a 15 minutes period. After this time, if you still feeling nothing, let it go.
Simply place the return label over the demo box’s existing label and ship it back to Tennis Warehouse Europe. You won’t be charged any additional fees. We want as many people as possible to have a chance to demo these rackets so it’s important that they’re returned to us on time.
Well, there are some differences. The main one is that polys are typically monofilament. That is, they are a single strand of shaped polyester. Multifilament strings on the other hand can contain over 100 strands of different material that is glued and twisted together.
Current racquet of choice is the Yonex VCORE Pro 97 310. Marco: Open level lefty aggressive baseliner with a semi-western forehand and a one-handed backhand. He currently plays with a Wilson Blade 98 16×19 Countervail.