Tennis rackets are something that many beginners and even intermediate tennis players buy blindly. Yes, there are some well known brands, but do they make the best tennis rackets? In most cases no, the well known companies are smart – they understand that no matter what, a beginner will buy their product because of the brand name. A big mistake a lot of beginners make is buying a racket that they see professionals using, when in actuality your tennis game will suffer. If you’re relatively new to tennis, the specifics aren’t all that important – Beginner/Intermediate players should follow these guidelines when buying a new racket.
Head TiS6 is the perfect racket for a beginner, it’s made almost exactly following the guidelines of how a beginner racket should be, and the price is very reasonable. Wilson [k] Zen Team is a great racket for beginners who are looking to advance to the intermediate competitive level, in the long run it will improve your strokes and overall game more than any other beginner racket. Prince o3 Shark is a simple, well built and balanced racket. It’s great for a beginner or intermediate player who plays a leisure sport or hobby.