Wimbledon 2014: 10 best tennis rackets
If play at Wimbledon is inspiring you to take to the court, try one of these bits of kit. There’s gear for everyone, from first-time players to Murrays in-the-making.
Monday 23 June 2014
Tennis is a sport that is accessible to all, whatever your ability on court.
Whether you want to hit in your local park with mates or train up to a competitive standard, we've found a racket for the job. From Dunlop's good-value Blaze Elite (£22) up to Babolat's cutting-edge Play Pure Drive (£349.99), there's something for al players. Here is our top ten to get you on your way.
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For the complete beginner, the Wilson 'Federer Pro' is a fine deal to start smashing some serves. However, if you're looking to play on a regular basis then make sure to try some tester rackets out. For aggressive, attacking players it has to be the Nadal AeroPro Drive GT for lassoing giant ground strokes into court. If you require more control then the Head YouTek Radical Lite should be the answer for you.
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