She is currently endorsing the HEAD Graphene Touch Instinct MP but what is really underneath the paint? The HEAD Graphene Touch Instinct MP shares some of the characteristics with the racquet that Sharapova actually uses, but what is actually underneath the paint job is the HEAD Youtek Radical Pro.
Accordingly, what is the rarest tennis racquet?
Top 10 Most Expensive Tennis Rackets in the World
- Proximus Diamond game prize.
- The Chanel Racket.
- The Boris Becker world Champion L3 1995 Racket.
- Bosworth Tour 96.
- Wilson Pro Staff RF97 2018 racket.
- Wilson Blade SW104.
- Yonex Astrel 105.
- Head MxG 5.
Beside this, what is the best tennis racket for doubles?
The rackets that we recommend for doubles as of July 2020 are:
- Wilson Pro Staff RF 97 Autograph.
- Babolat Pure Strike 16/19 3rd Gen.
- Babolat Pure Drive.
- Head Graphene 360+ Prestige Midplus.
- Yonex VCORE Pro 97 310.
What racket does Serena use?
So, Which is Venus Williams’s Racquet? Venus Williams is currently using the Wilson Blade 104 V7 racquet and strings it with the Luxilon ALU Power 125 on both, the mains and its crosses. In the past she has also used the Wilson Hammer 6.2 Stretch racquet. Get the Wilson Blade 104 V7 racquet specifications below.
Most Expensive Tennis Balls
- Wilson Tour Germany (value $ 9.48) …
- Head No. …
- Babolat French Open All Court (value $ 2.25) …
- Wilson Tour Clay Green (value $ 2)
- Dunlop Fort Elite (value $ 1.95)
- Babolat French Open Clay (value $ 1.87)
- Wilson Australian Open (value $ 1.80)
- Head ATP (value $ 1.7)
As a rule the more expensive the racket the better the string job. Less expensive rackets will likely not have great strings however if your strings feel good and you can play with them then certainly do not cut them out. Remember strings are the only thing that make contact with the ball, they are worth investing in.
Wilson Pro Staff RF97 Racket
The graphite-aramid frame and leather handle make the racket both lightweight and durable. It has specs similar to Roger’s original RF97A tennis racket and weighs a total of 360 grams. The highest price you can find this one for is $400.
|Age:||4 – 5 years||> 14 years|
|Height:||2 ft. 11 – 3 ft. 3||> 4 ft. 11|
|Length racket:||46 cm||68 cm|
|Recommended racket:||18 inch||27 inch|
The longer the racquet, the higher the swing weight and the better the reach. Benefits of XL racquets: Higher swing weight means better stability and more power (plow-through) Higher contact point on serves – more power.