Best 26 Tennis Racket in 2023
HEAD Radical Jr Tennis Racquet - Beginners Pre-Strung Light Balance Kids Racket - 26", Red
Babolat Nadal 26 Junior Tennis Racquet - STRUNG with COVER
- A nice 26" long racquet for the learning junior from 10 to 12 years old, over 4' 11" tall
- designed to look like Raphael Nadal's tennis racquet
- lightweight aluminum construction
- Reason for proper length is to ensure the racquet does not scrape on the ground. Besides that get longest possible. To determine maximum length - wear tennis shoes and measure from "vee" between thumb and forefinger to ground. Add 3 inches. This is the absolute longest racquet child should use. For example if it measures 21 inches, plus 3 is 24 inches; child should get 23 inch racquet as 25 is too long and 24 is not made
HEAD Speed Kids Tennis Racquet - Beginners Pre-Strung Head Light Balance Jr Racket - 25", Blue
- HEAD PERFORMANCE: Born out of revolutionizing how we ski and play tennis, HEAD has constantly pushed athletic equipment into the modern era. For all levels of play, HEAD offers nothing but the best tennis equipment on the market.
- GREAT FOR BEGINNERS: HEAD Speed junior tennis rackets are ideal for a range of youth players. Beginners' rackets are available in sizes 19-25 inches for children ages 2-8+.
- HEAD LIGHT ADVANTAGE: The youth tennis rackets have a head light balance which helps reduce vibration and aids in stability when hitting the ball.
- DURABLE ALUMINUM: Made with an aluminum o-beam construction, the kids' tennis rackets last until they outgrow them.
- DIMENSIONS: Frame Weight: 210 g / 7.4 oz, Head Size : 107in, Grip Size: 3.875in, Length: 25in.
Wilson Junior US Open Tennis Racquet, 25" L, Black/White - 55063
- Aluminum Racquet
- Approved for tennis players 10 and under
- Strung racquet without a cover
Wilson Tour Slam Tennis Racquet (EA)
- Power String bridge
- Longer main strings for explosive power
- Stop shock sleeves for improved comfort
- Grip Size: 4 3/8
Babolat Nadal Junior 26" Tennis Racquet
- AN ALUMINIUM RANGE WITH THE SAME COLORS AS THE PURE AERO, TO FOLLOW IN RAFA'S FOOTSTEPS
- With identical colors to those of Rafa's racket, the Nadal Junior range is intended for all young beginner players who want to follow in the footsteps of their favorite champion.
- The racket's aluminium construction brings lightness, handling and strength, making learning tennis easier.
- Available in five sizes according to the child's height: 140-145 cm: Nadal Jr 26; 125-140 cm: Nadal Jr 25; 110-125 cm: Nadal Jr 23; 100-110 cm: Nadal Jr 21; Up to 100 cm: Nadal Jr 19
- SPECIFICATIONS: Composition: Graphite Composite; Weight: 250 g/8.8 oz.; Head size: 645 cm2/100 sq. in.; Balance point: 310 mm; Length: 660 mm/26 in
Babolat Nadal 26 Junior Tennis Racquet
- 26" Junior Racquet. For kids around 5' tall and age 9-11
- Aluminum Construction. Entry level racquet
- Raphael Nadal Branded
Wilson Junior Burn 25 Tennis Racquet, Pink
- Authentic tour-inspired cosmetic
- For advancing junior player
- Power from the baseline
HEAD 2019 Speed IG 26 Junior Tennis Racquet - Strung with Cover
- OVERALL: Excellent light weight racquet for developing Juniors. Height 4'11 to 5'2" age 10 to 12
- APPEARANCE: Same sharp black and white as the Speed 360's used by Novak Djokovic and Alexandar Zeverv
- CONSTRUCTION: Graphite / Aluminum composite
- SPECIFICATIONS: Head sise: 100 sq in. Weight: 8.8 oz unstrung. Length 26"
- COVER: half cover with shoulder strap.
Wilson Tour Slam Adult Strung Tennis Racket, 4 1/2" - Green
- Volcanic Frame Technology provides enhanced power and stability
- Power Strings feature longer mainstrings for explosive power
- Stop Shock Pads Reduce racket vibration for greater control
- V-Matrix Technology creates larger sweetspot for increased power
- material type: Composite
Chintendo Vii, China's Pride
China is the largest source of intellectual property piracy. One can go to China and buy pirated copies of almost every brand product, ranging from DVD movie to tennis racket. The latest attempt is the Chintendo Vii.
Legitimate Chinese manufacturers are taking a crack at this multibillion-dollar industry as well. But instead of simply making illegal copies of copyrighted products, they decide to produce similar "versions" of the products and give them deceptive branding. One example of this would be Hondai--a Chinese automobile brand. I am not a car expert but my guess is that Hondai must have something to do with Japan's Honda and South Korea's Hyundai.
The Chinese are also in the video game console business. They recently released a video game console called Chintendo Vii--a spiritual sibling of the popular Japanese game console Nintendo Wii. As one can see, the Chinese producer has taken great pain to make sure that the name of their console is as close to its Japanese counterpart as possible. Of course, the Vii console is meagerly priced at $50 compared to the Wii's price tag of $250.
If you are interested in purchasing this product, I can tell you that the Vii is worth every penny (sarcasm) though the buyer will need to take a few anxiety pills after his first play through. The game features dated graphics; game play consists entirely of random shaking of the Chintendo remote. Consequently, the Vii sometimes has a mind of its own.
The Chintendo Vii comes with more than a dozen games. The games are similar to the ones that come with the Nintendo Wii. Unfortunately, the resemblance is in name only. There is a huge gap in quality. My advice to you when playing the Vii is to put a shield in front of your TV, since you may experience an urge to throw the Vii remote at the TV in frustration.