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Across a wide range of sports, tennis offers something unique: the opportunity to show some flair in a player’s choice of their gear.
Compared to sports like football, soccer, and baseball, where there’s limited room for athletes to show their personality, tennis offers substantial flexibility in not only what you wear, but the style and color of racquet you choose.
For some players, life’s better in pink, so we’re curated the best racquets featuring the color pink for your one-stop-shop.
Why Buy a Racquet in Pink?
Do you have a young daughter who wants to start playing tennis? Or does your she already play but wishes she had something that set her apart from the boys? A pink tennis racquet can meet her request for something fun — yet powerful. In this guide, you’ll find out which pink racquets make the perfect gifts for tennis lovers in your life.
Women, too, can enjoy a pink racquet. While finding the right tennis racquet is the most important thing, there’s nothing wrong with injecting your personality with a racquet that looks as good as it plays.
If you’re on the hunt for children’s tennis racquets, we invite you to also check out our kid’s tennis racquets guide to find the perfect size.
Our Top Picks
Without further ado, here’s our top picks for the best pink tennis racquets. We’ve divided them by popular tennis brands for your convenience.
Below you’ll find more information about each of these racquets.
Pink Racquet Guide
With the exception of the Yonex Ezone Lite, all of these racquets come pre-strung – a plus for beginners who won’t have to worry about what type of strings to buy.
If you’ve never purchased a racquet before, we’d recommend you check out our article on choosing the perfect size grip to determine the best size for you or your child.
Here are our favorite pink racquets from Babolat.
Babolat B’Fly Kids Tennis Racquet
This 19-inch tennis racquet is a perfect choice for kids up to roughly five years of age who are looking for some pink flair. It features a pink handle and strings as well as highlights around the racquet’s head.
The Babolat B’Fly is also available in 21, 23, and 25-inch lengths all of which feature pink. That means you can start your child with the 19-inch size and they can grow into the larger sizes as they get older.
All in all, it’s a great choice for introducing your child to the game.
Babolat Boost Aero Pink Racquet
This lightweight racquet is the perfect fit for teenage girls who outgrow the Babolat B’Fly Junior Racquet. It’s an adult-size racquet, but for that girl who loves her racquets to have a pink touch, the black-and-pink color pattern fits the bill.
This racquet is available for a reasonable price for its quality, and it comes pre-strung — a plus for beginners who won’t have to worry about what type of strings to buy.
Based on the size, it’s a racquet that can carry a young woman from her beginner years and into her intermediate level of gameplay. After that, she’ll probably want to upgrade her racquet as her skill level improves, and her style of play develops.
Review our article on choosing the perfect grip size to decide which grip is best for you or your child.
|Head Size||102 in²|
|Grip Size||4″ / 4-1/2″ / 4-3/8″|
Wilson has a few pink tennis racquets that we love – here are our top picks.
Wilson Junior Burn Pink Racquet
The Wilson Junior Burn comes in four sizes and will fit kids between 4-12 years old. The relatively small head size and length on this junior-level racquet mean even the youngest players can easily maneuver and control the frame.
Unlike the Babolat B’Fly, the Junior Burn doesn’t feature grip indicators. Instead, the Junior Burn assumes your child already knows the grips or has an instructor to help her learn the ropes.
|Head Size||80 in² / 90 in² / 95 in² / 95 in²|
|Weight||6.2 oz / 6.9 oz / 7.2 oz / 7.9 oz|
|Length||19 in / 21 in / 23 in / 25 in|
Wilson Triumph Adult Racquet
With an oversized head, this pink racquet is packed with power and perfect for women who have only recently decided to try playing tennis. It’s also an inexpensive starter racquet for ladies who like to get together with friends on the weekend and want to keep things fun and light.
This racquet weighs in at 9.6-ounces and is suitable for beginners, weekend warriors, and players getting into the game in their golden years. Last but not least, the racquet features top shock sleeves for vibration dampening for increased comfort.
|Head Size||112 in²|
Head has a few pink racquets to choose from as well.
Head Ti Instinct Supreme
The Head Ti Instinct Supreme’s mid plus head size makes this an ideal racquet for beginners — plus, its frame is pink! If you’re serious about finding a pink racquet, this is the pinkest around. It’s also a little lighter than the Wilson Tour Slam racquet while still having a large enough head size to provide room for error.
One of the least expensive starter racquets on the market, this frame is available at a wide variety of retailers. It’s a fantastic choice for pink-loving beginners, but women who progress quickly will want to move to a higher-quality racquet before too much longer.
|Head Size||102 in²|
|Grip Size||4-¼” / 4-⅛” / 4-⅜”|
Head Graphene XT Radical Pink Racquet
Jump right from a junior racquet to this black-and-pink frame as soon as your teenager or pre-teen gets more serious about tennis. It’s also suitable for adult players who want a more advanced racquet than the Ti Instinct Supreme but still want some pink on the frame.
Using Head’s Graphene technology, this stick is strong yet powerful and fast-swinging. It’s an ideal middle-of-the-road racquet for players who are serious about tennis but don’t want to drain their bank account. It can be harder to find than the Ti Instinct Supreme, and in some cases, the grip size is limited to one choice.
|Head Size||102 in²|
Head Maria Pink Junior Racquet
It features a white grip, pink highlights around the head of the racquet, as well as a Maria Sharapova decal and is a fantastic choice for young children getting into the sport.
|Head Size||102 in²|
Here’s our selection of pink racquets from Prince.
Prince 2016 Pink Junior Racquet
This black-and-pink racquet from Prince is perfect for your eager-to-learn 6 to 8-year-old girls. With a mid plus head size, it strikes the right balance between power and control and will help your young tennis lover sharpen her skills at the net and the baseline.
A perfect match to the Prince Textreme Warrior (see below), this is an excellent racquet to buy for a tennis girl who plays with her mom and doesn’t mind matching.
|Head Size||81 in² / 81 in² / 81 in²|
|Weight||6.3 oz / – / –|
|Length||21 in / 23 in / 25 in|
|Grip Size||3-7/8″ / 3-7/8″ / 3-7/8″|
Prince Textreme Warrior 107L Pink Racquet
Ideal for a woman who’s serious about tennis — and keen to teach the sport to her daughters — this stick offers an oversized head for power and heaps of room for error. It delivers easy access to spin while remaining relatively lightweight.
The extra-large sweet spot is the real plus with this racquet. Despite its tendency toward beginner or intermediate-level players, this is a high-quality frame.
|Head Size||107 in²|
Last but not least, Yonex and Volkl offer up a few pink tennis racquets too.
Yonex Ezone Lite Pink Racquet
This lightweight, mid plus racquet is excellent for players who’ve gotten in their tennis groove and want comfort, a decent-sized sweet spot, and control. Its pink-and-black frame stands out from the crowd, too.
This Yonex Ezone Lite is a pricier racquet, so it’ones good for those who are already committed to the sport.
|Head Size||100 in²|
|Grip Size||4″ / 4-⅛” / 4-¼” / 4-⅜” / 4-½”|
Volkl Team Speed Pink Racquet
This fast-swinging mid plus racquet is ideal for women who are serious about getting their pink on in the court. It has room for power but also control, and its cost reflects the high quality without busting wallets completely.
|Head Size||102 in²|
Custom Pink Tennis Racquets
If none of the above racquets suit your desire for a pink frame, you can create a custom racquet with some manufacturers like Wilson.
And yes, pink is a color option — both neon pink and rose gold. All you have to do is select a racquet and then determine which parts of the racquet you’d like to feature pink. It’s easy and fun!
If you have questions on any of these racquets, let us know in the comments below. We’d love to hear from you.
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