Racquets Blog

Tennis Racquet Gift Giving Guide

With so many different racquets on the market, buying a racquet as a gift for someone may seem like a daunting task. However, armed with a bit of information about your giftee’s tennis game and using the categories below as a guide, checking the t...

Adult Tennis Checklist

Here you will find our #MerchantExpert tips to help you get the proper equipment you need to play tennis.  Click for a larger, printable version. Be Social With Us Make sure that you follow us on our social media platforms to get the most up to...

How To Select Your Grip Size

Finding your correct grip size is as essential as finding the right racquet for you. The proper grip size can not only prevent injury, it can also lead to increased performance from your racquet. What are the different grip sizes?  There are six ...

Wilson Pro Staff RF97 Autograph Racquet Review

  “I grew up idolizing the legends of the game, so it was natural for me to play with Wilson Pro Staff 85-inch racquets. I love the feel a smaller head provides, and larger rackets couldn’t deliver the feedback I needed to be successful. This n...

Wilson Burn 100LS Racquet Review

Part of the Burn series endorsed by Simona Halep, Kei Nishikori, Ernests Gulbis and Vasek Pospisil.   Specifications  100 sq in / 645.16 sq cm  10 oz / 283 g (unstrung)  335 mm/3 points Head Light (unstrung)  71  18x16  For low inter...

Tennis Racquet Specifications

Every tennis racquet, regardless of brand, differs in its specifications – head size, weight, balance, flexibility and string pattern.  Each unique combination of these specifications produces a unique racquet. Based on your skill level, swing st...

Choosing The Right Racquet

With so many racquets on the market, choosing the right one can seem like a daunting task. However, once you know a little bit about the different characteristics of racquets and a little about your playing level and swing style, the task of cho...

Wilson Blade 98 18x20 2015 Racquet Review

“With the control it allows me to play aggressively and to provide a high level of quality consistently because of the control that’s provided by the racquet.”– Milos Raonic  Specifications  98 sq in/632.26 sq cm     10.7 oz/304 g (unstrung)     ...