Low power level
This type of tennis racket is suitable for groups of players with fast swinging speed, wide range. The swinging speed is fast and the swinging range creates a lot of force when hitting the ball, so this player does not need or need very little extra power from the racquet. Thanks to the low-power characteristics, this racket creates a very high ability to control the ball, suitable for professional players or play at a high level
In summary, the bigger the power-assisted racket, the less effort it takes to hit the opponent’s court but the ability to control the ball is lower, whereas the power-assisted racket requires less physical power to hit the ball but gives the feeling of the ball very good.
You must be very careful when choosing the right level of support for you, if you play at a high level but choose the type of power assisted racket, you will not be able to control the ball perfectly, put the ball exactly on the the point you want on the field.
However, if you do not have enough physical strength, play less or just play but choose a low-power racquet, you will often hit the ball out, or will be very tired quickly because you often have to use a lot of effort to hit the ball.
After selecting the right racket for you, the final step is to consider other important characteristics when choosing a racket such as weight, head size, density density … to choose the most suitable racket. Below are detailed instructions on each of the characteristics of the racquet and how those properties affect the racquet.
Above are three steps needed to choose a suitable tennis racket for yourself. Hopefully, the guidance is helpful for you. Thank you for reading.