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What are the methods for beginner tennis racket weight selection
- Jan 12, 2019 -

Tennis is a very elegant and intense sport and has become the second largest ball sport in the world.

Below is a selection of beginner tennis rackets shared by Xiaobian, I hope to be useful to you.

Beginner tennis racket weight selection

If the racquet is too light, the impact generated by the shot will be transmitted to your arm. Even if our strength is good, it is best to avoid using 400g or heavier rackets, but for beginners, even a 340g racket may feel too heavy, and a racket between 280 and 330g is good. select. In the gradual process, many players will choose a racket of this weight range.

Site rules for tennis matches


The course should be a rectangle that is 78 feet (23.77 meters) long and 27 feet (8.23 meters) wide. The middle is separated by a net suspended from a rope or wire rope having a maximum diameter of 1/3 inch (0.8 cm). See also the first-level catalogue "Pitch Categories".

2. Ball net

The maximum diameter of the net rope or wire rope is 1/3 inch (0.8 cm). Both ends of the net should be attached or hung on the top of the two net columns. The net column should be square with a side length of not more than 6 inches (15 cm). Column or cylinder with a diameter of 6 inches (15 cm). The mast cannot exceed 1 inch (2.5 cm) from the top of the rope. The midpoint of each side of the column should be 3 feet (0.914 meters) from the site, and the height of the column should be such that the vertical distance of the rope or wire rope tip from the ground is 3 feet 6 inches (1.07 meters). When playing a singles game on a single-double-player venue, the net should be supported by two "single poles" with a height of 3 feet 6 inches (1.07 meters). The cross section should be less than 3 sides. Inches (7.5 cm) square square columns or cylinders less than 3 inches (7.5 cm) in diameter. The midpoint of each side singles struts should be 3 feet (0.914 m) from the singles sideline. The net needs to be fully opened to effectively fill the space between the two pillars and effectively open all the meshes, the mesh size to prevent the ball from passing through the middle of the net. The midpoint of the net should be 3 feet (0.914 m) high and be tightened down with a completely white mesh belt no more than 2 inches (5 cm) wide. The net rope or wire rope on the net end of the ball should be wrapped with a white mesh belt, each side having a width of 2 inches (5 cm) to 2.5 inches (6.35 cm).


3. Course line

The boundary between the two ends of the court is called the bottom line, and the boundary line on both sides is called the side line. A line parallel to the net is drawn 21 feet (6.4 m) from both sides of the net as the tee line. The field consisting of the net and the serve line and the side line on each side is divided into two equal areas by the center line of the serve, which is the teeing ground. The center line of the serve is a line connecting the midpoints of the two serve lines and parallel to the side line. It is 2 inches (5 cm). Each bottom line is divided into two equal parts by a hypothetical extension line of a 4 inch (10 cm) long and 2 inch (5 cm) wide midline, separated by a short line, which is the "midpoint". It is connected at right angles to the bottom line and draws from the bottom line to the field. All other lines should have a width between 1 inch (2 cm) and 2 inches (5 cm) except that the maximum width of the bottom line can be no more than 4 inches (10 cm). All measurements should be based on the outer edge of the line.


4. Permanent fixture

The permanent fixtures on the tennis court floor include not only the net, the net column, the singles pole, the net rope, the wire rope, the center belt and the net belt. The following conditions are also permanent fixtures, such as the bezel on the four sides of the court, the grandstand, and the surround stadium. Fixed or movable chairs, as well as spectators, as well as supporting facilities around and above all venues, as well as referees, cyber referees, erroneous referees, linemen and caddies from their respective locations.

If the ad is behind a chair at the back line of the court, the ad cannot include white or yellow. Light colors are only allowed if they do not interfere with the player's line of sight. (ITF Note 1: In the tour sponsored by the Davis Cup, the Confederations Cup and the International Network, the specific requirements for the size of the back side and side of the bottom line are included in the relevant terms of each event. ITF Description 2: For clubs and amateurs, the distance to the back side of the baseline is at least 18 feet (5.5 meters) and the side of the sideline is at least 10 feet (3.05 meters).

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