TAG International X Wilson Tennis Racquet
Wilson, distributed by Royal Sporting House in Singapore is the Official Tennis Racquet Partner for TAG International Tennis Academy. All our coaches prefer Wilson’s tennis racquet as it has a huge selection of racquet on their shelves to choose from. Made to focus on the speed, spin and power of the modern tennis game to a well-rounded tennis racquet that appeals to most needs.
Weight and Balance of Tennis Racquet
The weight and balance of the tennis racquet is important to the tennis player depending on your types of plays as well as the stage of playing you are in.
Lighter weight racquets are great options for beginners starting to learn tennis or players who have limited strength and with shorter, compact swings. This is because of the lighter weight of the racquet making it easier to swing and maneuver with effortless power but it tend to provide less overall stability and control when hitting the ball.
The middle weight racquets are made to strike a balance and provide players with an all-around maneuverability, balanced control, and stability during your game. As a result, racquets that fall in this range tend to be the most popular category of tennis racquets on the market as it appeal to all levels of players from beginner to advanced. You probably don’t need as much power as you did when you were just starting the sports as you would have developed the correct swinging techniques at this stage.
A head heavy racquet offers more power as the weight at the head of the racquet enables a racquet to be swung with greater momentum than a head light racquet. It is usually favoured by players who generally likes to hit baseline shots and for smaller players who require additional power boost in their shots. However, the heavier racquets may cause difficulty to manoeuvre and harder to control on your wrist and arm, especially if you are a beginner.
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