Originally Posted by CooCooCachoo
If you are new to tennis, it really doesn't matter much. Unless you will play at a really high level, differences between racquets don't generate a significantly different outcome. But do try to avoid oddly shaped racquets.
Good luck with your decision
Good advice. If you are a beginner, you will not be able to tell much differences in a racquet.
I for one have been playing a very long time and I can tell the difference with a different tension of string from one racquet to the other.
I have tried the n code and it's nice but way overpriced.
I play with the Dunlop 300g. I like it for the value.