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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-05-2009, 08:07 AM Thread Starter
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Question Racket for low level player.


I've just started playing playing tennis with some friends,
and we are going to join a club.
Our ambition is to play in average twice a month,
and only with each other.

My pricerange is 30-40£. Perhaps a bit more, if the argument is right

How does a racket perform with the factory strings, and how often will you recommend replacement?

What racket will you recommend for a player like me?
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Re: Racket for low level player.

if you aren't going to play that much then a racket that is easy to use is going to give you the most enjoyment. so look for something that is quite light and has a relatively large headsize. something like this would be a good option: http://www.sportsdirect.com/Products...et-742071.aspx.

as for strings, the factory stringing is generally ok and if you're not playing too much and arent too serious then they will be fine. most people will just stick with their strings til they break
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