|Head Size:||137 sq. in OS|
People also ask, how big should my tennis racket head be?
Similarly, what size racket head Do pros use?
Racquet heads range between 85-125 square inches. 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.
What size tennis racket should a 14 year old use?
|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|
Some basic concepts – a heavy racket is more powerful, more stable and transmits less shock than a lighter racket (all other things being equal). A lighter racket is more maneuverable and thus, a player is able to swing it faster.
Generally, the larger the head size, the more power a racquet will offer. Conversely, a smaller head size will deliver less power, which translates to greater control. … Even a small bump in a racquet’s head size from 98 to 100 in² (632 – 645 cm²) can provide a noticeable impact on a racquet’s power.
Federer, for what it’s worth, is using a racket that weighs in north of 12.5 ounces — far too heavy for the average club-level player or even high-level junior for that matter.
Do heavier rackets give more power? Yes. Heavyweight tennis racquets (+ 300 grams) help to produce more power behind the ball and can help to maintain control in a faster swing. Heavier racquets are mostly used by Professional, Tour, Advanced players as well as those who want to generate more power.
In general, head-heavy rackets offer higher hitting power but require more control to wield correctly. They’re built to propel the ball at high speed by using large oversized heads, lighter overall weights, and longer and stiffer construction.
A grip heavy/head light racquet provides increased manoeuvrability and increased control over a shot. Generally such racquets are favoured by net and volley players. Grip heavy/Head light racquets are generally more suited for advanced players who are able to generate power and spin in a shot.