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A good beginner tennis racquet should be lightweight, easy to maneuver, and have a large sweet spot to provide forgiveness on off-center hits. Additionally, it should have a comfortable grip and a moderate stiffness to help generate power without causing discomfort or fatigue.

Nate's picks:

Wilson Clash 100L V2

Head Boom Team L 2022

Babolat Boost Drive 105


A good intermediate tennis racquet should offer a balance of power and control, with a mid-sized head and a weight that allows for maneuverability without sacrificing stability. Additionally, it should have a comfortable grip and be made of durable materials to withstand frequent use.

Nate's picks:

Wilson Blade 98

Babolat Pure Aero 100

Head Radical MP


A good advanced tennis racquet should have a balance of power and control, allowing players to generate their own pace while maintaining accuracy. It should also be designed with high-quality materials and construction to provide stability, comfort, and durability. These materials often result in a heavier frame that allows for better performance when competing against opponents with substantial pace.

Nate's picks:

Wilson Pro Staff 97

Yonex VCore 95

Yonex EZone 98 Tour

4 ¼ (2) for women and 4 3/8 (3) for men are the most common. If you’re unsure, go smaller. You can always add an overgrip to build up your handle thickness.