Shipping costs us about $11 for a racquet without cover, including box and handling. This is our cost, not yours if free shipping. Shipment weighs about 1 pounds per racquet plus 1 pound for the box (One racquet ships at 2 pounds). Shipping includes insurance.
Then, how do you mail a tennis racket?
Moreover, can a tennis racket be a personal item?
Under TSA rules, individuals are allowed to carry tennis rackets on board as hand luggage. Equivalent agencies worldwide (like the EU) also accept tennis rackets as a carry-on items.
Is it bad to leave tennis racquet in the car?
It is advisable not to leave your racket in the car, regardless of the prevailing temperatures outside. The car tends to heat up to extreme levels, which is harmful to your strings and racket frame, depending on its material. … If the same thing happens to your racket, the strings get loose and lose their tension.
Basic Racket Care Tips for Maximum Performance
- Restring a racquet as many times per year as you play per week (with a minimum of 2 times per year). …
- If you’re not a string breaker, switch to a thinner string (17-18 gauge). …
- Keep your racquet’s away from heat! …
- Keep your racquets out of the cold.
The best way to keep tennis balls pressurized is by leaving them in the can unopened. … Some players may keep tennis balls in the trunk of their car, but this is not a good place, so avoid it as much as possible. So unless you will be using the balls, don’t open the can and keep it at room temperatures.