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- Babolat Boost S Racquet · Strung
- Yonex EZone Ace 102 Racquet · Strung 2020
- Babolat Boost Drive Racquet · Strung
- Yonex VCore Ace Racquet · Strung
- Babolat Evo Drive Racquet · Strung
- Head MicroGel Radical MP Racquet · Strung
Babolat Boost S Racquet · Strung
This is a beginner to intermediate level racquet. It provides access to spin with the 16x19 string pattern, and it's head light, meaning you can swing faster.
This is a very good starter racquet option on a budget. Weighs 295g strung and has a head size of 102, which is great for a beginner.
Yonex EZone Ace 102 Racquet · Strung 2020
Babolat Boost Drive Racquet · Strung
This is a light racquet with the benefit of a bigger head, which allows you a little more wiggle room as you're picking up the game. The bigger head also provides a bit more pop off the strings, which is a nice addition while the lower weight gives you that ability to really swing through.
Yonex VCore Ace Racquet · Strung
This racquet comes pre-strung, so it's ready to get out on the court and it has an isometric (not strictly oval) head shape to give you a little bit of a bigger sweet spot. This will help you generate some power on your ground strokes while being whippy enough to get your spin going.
Babolat Evo Drive Racquet · Strung
This is a fantastic racquet for moving from the beginner stages of play into more intermediate play. The 104 head size is much more controlled, and the stiffness of the racquet keeps the ball from launching off of impact. This racquet does have a softer tension, which still gives you a lot of power without losing all your control. It comes prestrung as well.
Head MicroGel Radical MP Racquet · Strung
This is a fantastic racquet for someone wanting powerful spin shots that are accurate. If you really want to lean into accuracy, this racquet is fantastic. With a 98 head size, it will have more precise shots. However, it has a more flexible frame to compensate. Meaning you can have better control over spins and a bit more power.
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