#6 – Babolat Pure Aero Lite
The Pure Aero is used by Rafael Nadal. This lightweight version is a great racquet for beginners who want to have the option to become more advanced players. … We recommend this racquet for athletic beginners or recreational tennis players looking to take their game up a level.
Also question is, what size tennis racket should a 11 year old use?
26 in. racquets are generally for kids ages 11-12, who have played tennis for a few years or are able to handle swinging a longer racquet.
One may also ask, what size tennis racket should a 9 year old use?
A racquet sizing chart for children
|4-5 years||40-44 inches||21 inches|
|6-8 years||45-49 inches||23 inches|
|9-10 years||50-55 inches||25 inches|
|10 or older||55 inches or taller||26 inches|
Is Babolat Pure Aero a good racquet?
The Babolat Pure Aero series proves to be an excellent racquet as well. Specifically designed for those players who want to increase their spin and power without sacrificing too much control. Baseline players will find that this racquet helps them hit a heavier ball like Nadal (well, at least closer to Nadal).
As the inventor of tennis string, Babolat is an enduring brand that has developed an extremely loyal following for its racquets across multiple racquet sports, including tennis, badminton, and, more recently, paddle.
What age should a child use a full-size tennis racquet? Most kids won’t graduate to a full-sized 27-inch tennis racquet until they’re age 13 or older and roughly 60 inches or five feet tall. With that said, it’s important not to rush your child into a full-sized racquet.
The best method for determining the grip size of a tennis racket is to measure the length between the tip of the ring finger (on your hitting hand) and the second line on your palm. This picture shows how to do this best. The measured length in ‘mm’ corresponds to the perimeter of the tennis racket handle.
11 inches in height should use a 19” or 21” racket while younger kids should play with a 17” racket. Kids between 3 ft. 11 inches and 4 ft. 4 inches should use a 23” racket.