The Best Tennis Racquets for 2021
|#1||Babolat Pure Strike 16×19||8.88|
|#2||Head Graphene 360+ Speed PMP||8.75|
|#3||Babolat Pure Aero 2019||8.73|
|#4||Wilson Pro Staff 97 v13||8.68|
Also know, what tennis racquets do the pros use?
Men’s top ten
- Novak Djokovic – Head Graphene 360 Speed Pro.
- Rafael Nadal – Babolat Pure Aero 2019.
- Roger Federer – Wilson Pro Staff RF97 Autograph.
- Alexander Zverev – Head Graphene 360 Speed MP.
- Juan Martin Del Potro – Wilson Burn FST 95.
- Kevin Anderson – Dunlop Srixon CX 200 Tour.
Thereof, what is the most powerful tennis racquet?
Below we share our picks of the best rackets for power, which deliver a lot of pace with little effort.
- Babolat Pure Drive. Head size: 100in² / 645cm² …
- Yonex EZONE 100. Head size: 100in² / 645cm² …
- Prince Textreme Beast 98. Head size: 98in² / 630cm² …
- Head Graphene 360 Extreme Pro. Head size: 100in² / 645cm² …
- Wilson Ultra 100 V3.
Which tennis brand is the best?
The Top 7 Best Tennis Racquet Brands in 2020
- #7 – Dunlop. Dunlop Sports specializes in the manufacturing of golf and tennis equipment. …
- #6 – Prince. Prince is a sports material manufacturer that focuses exclusively on tennis equipment. …
- #5 – Technifibre. …
- #4 – Yonex. …
- #3 – Head. …
- #2 – Babolat. …
- #1 – Wilson. …
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.
This very much depends on the player and his/her temper. I’d say the average number of racquets a top professional player goes through a year would be somewhere between 30–60. Personally I used to go through about 40 or so a year and Federer uses around 50–60.
Bosworth Tour 96
This is the most expensive playing racket there is in the market made by Bosworth Tennis, a family-owned company, in collaboration with the game’s greatest athletes.
The spectrum is often broken down into mid-size (85-90), mid-plus (95-100), over-size (101-110) and super-oversize (111-125). Many touring pros play with mid-size and mid-plus racquets because of the level of control that they get.
The Swiss superstar is adored by fans for his fluid game and amazing range of shots. However, no one knows that Roger Federer’s racket strings cost €35,000 ($40,000).
On the other hand, the Babolat is made from advanced graphite, which is strong and dramatically more expensive to create. As a result, the baseline price of this tennis racquet is going to be higher.
The cost not only depends on the player but also on the features of the racket. Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray use rackets produced by Head, which cost between €250-€280 or around $307-$344. Roger Federer’s, Wilson Pro Staff RF 97 Autograph costs around €270 or about $344.