If you’re in the market for a new tennis racquet then you’ve come to the right place.
These 3 simple tips will help you save time and money, while at the same time avoiding the frustration of purchasing the wrong tennis racquet.
Find a Racquet For YOU
One of the biggest mistakes players make when selecting a new tennis racquet is simply purchasing the racquet their favorite top ranked tennis player is using.
I get it… it’s easy to assume that using the gear of the best tennis players will help ensure you can play your best tennis too. But don’t fall into this trap.
Remember, top ranked tennis players have out-of-this-world talent and their racquets are designed to help them get the most out of their game – what’s good for them isn’t necessarily what’s best for you.
And while the racquet your favorite player is using has the potential to be a good fit for you, it’s best to make that decision based on what you’ll learn in tips #2 and #3.
Racquet Knowledge is Key
Don’t run for the hills just yet. I’m not talking about taking a college course or anything.
Rather, I’m simply talking about arming yourself with the essential tennis racquet knowledge that will help ensure you can make an informed decision.
Here are a few examples of the essentials:
- The three primary types of tennis racquets (did you know these even exist?)
- How to select the appropriate grip size (getting this right is simple, yet often overlooked)
- The difference between racquet weight and balance (key variables to consider)
Answering these questions and taking a few minutes to educate yourself on this essential information will help ensure you can narrow down the right racquets so that you can move onto tip #3.
Hint: Most players skip this step because good information is not readily available, but we’d like to change that for you – more to come on that below.
Demo Before You Buy
This is easily the tennis industries best kept secret. Often times new players don’t find out about demo programs until after they’ve purchased their first few racquets.
What’s a demo program? Simple. Many local tennis shops, clubs and online retailers have programs that allow players to try a tennis racquet before they buy it for a nominal fee.
Yes, it is as amazing as it sounds. Just like test driving a car before you buy it you can test drive a racquet (or multiple racquets if you choose) before you make your final decision.
In fact, I recommend you try AT LEAST two racquets before making a decision so you have something to compare against.
These three tips are a great start…
But are they enough?
If you want to find the perfect tennis racquet so you can:
- Play better tennis
- Save money
- Avoid the frustration of buying the wrong racquet
Then I have exactly what you need:
The Definitive Guide to Buying a Tennis Racquet
It’s a simple and straightforward digital book that I created to help you find the perfect racquet.
I’ve cut through the fluff…
…to bring you the key information you need to find your next racquet.
In our digital book we cover:
- An Overview of the Different Parts of a Tennis Racquet
- The Three Different Types of Tennis Racquets
- How to Select the Perfect Grip Size for Your Racquet
- Selecting the Right Tennis Racquet Head Size & Length
- Understanding Racquet Weight & Balance
- Tennis Racquet Stiffness and Its Impact on Performance
- Tennis Racquet Manufacturers & Brands
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