10 Best Prince Tennis Rackets

Updated on: October 2022

Best Prince Tennis Rackets in 2022


Prince Warrior 107 Tennis Racquet-2

Prince Warrior 107 Tennis Racquet-2
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

Prince O3 Speedport Black MP Tennis Racquet(4 3/8)

Prince O3 Speedport Black MP Tennis Racquet(4 3/8)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • Power Level 975 Headsize 100 sq in Weight 10.8oz/305g unstrung Balance 12.6in/32cm, Head Light Length 27.0" Cross Section 23-24-22mm String Pattern 16 x 19 Swing Weight 295 String Syn Gut w/ Duraflex 16 Grip DuraPro+
  • The O3 Speedport Black provides advanced level players more feel in an aerodynamic mid-wide frame.
  • Choose the String Port Insert for a softer feel with improved string damping.  Or, for a firmer feel with increased string feedback, choose the String Hole Insert.
  • Fine-tune the feel of your racquet with the Speedport Tuning System (STS) - an exclusive Prince innovation which allows players to match the sound and feel of the racquet to their playing style and preference.
  • O3 engineered racquets are created through a one step fusion process that utilizes the strongest structure known to man, the Arch, creating the frame’s O-Ports. These O-Ports stabilize the racquet giving you more control on off-center shots.

Wilson Junior Burn 21 Tennis Racquet, Pink

Wilson Junior Burn 21 Tennis Racquet, Pink
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • Authentic tour-inspired cosmetic
  • For advancing junior player
  • Power from the baseline

Prince EXO3 Warrior DB Team Unstrung Tennis Racquet (3 (4-3/8)

Prince EXO3 Warrior DB Team Unstrung Tennis Racquet (3 (4-3/8)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • Your best defense is a fierce offense. You don’t tiptoe around on the court because your game is about one thing and one thing only: pure, raw, explosive power.
  • Athletes who arm themselves with a Warrior Series racquet take their game right to their opponent by punishing the ball with screaming ground stroke winners, crisp volleys, and booming serves.
  • Power level: 1100 Head Size: 100in Weight: 270g/9.5oz unstrung Balance: 34.5cm/13.0in, 1pt Head Heavy Swing Weight:280 Length: 27.0in Cross Section: 23-25-22mm String Pattern:14x18 Grip:ResiPro

Wilson Federer Tennis Racquet (EA)

Wilson Federer Tennis Racquet (EA)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • Volcanic frame technology for power and stability
  • Power strings longer main strings for explosive power
  • Stop shock pads for improved comfort
  • Strung, no cover.Unstrung Balance:33.5CM/3 Pts HL

HEAD Speed Kids Tennis Racquet - Beginners Pre-Strung Head Light Balance Jr Racket - 19", Green

HEAD Speed Kids Tennis Racquet - Beginners Pre-Strung Head Light Balance Jr Racket - 19
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • 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: 170 g / 6 oz, Head Size : 107in, Grip Size: 3.625in, Length: 19in.

Prince TeXtreme Premier 120 Tennis Racquet (4-1/4)

Prince TeXtreme Premier 120 Tennis Racquet (4-1/4)
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • Headsize: 120 sq. in. / 774.19 sq. cm.
  • Length: 27.75in / 70.49cm
  • Strung Weight: 9.8oz / 277.83g
  • Balance: 14.38in / 36.53cm / 4 pts HH
  • String Pattern: 16 Mains / 19 Crosses

Prince Lightning 110 Tennis Racquet (4 3/8)

Prince Lightning 110 Tennis Racquet (4 3/8)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • Head Size: 110 sq. in. / 709.68 sq. cm.
  • Length: 27.5in / 69.85cm
  • Strung Weight: 10.22oz / 289.73g
  • Balance: 13.9in / 35.31cm / 1 pts HH
  • String Pattern: 16 Mains / 19 Crosses

Prince Men's 110 Thunder Strike Tennis Racquet (4 3/8)

Prince Men's 110 Thunder Strike Tennis Racquet (4 3/8)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022

Wilson Pro Staff Team Tennis Racket, 4 3/8"

Wilson Pro Staff Team Tennis Racket, 4 3/8
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • Larger headsize and lighter weight augments playability and forgiveness in a control-oriented frame
  • Frame geometry and design inspired by current Pro Staff performance frames
  • Matte finish with detailed pattern on inner rim above 3 & 9
  • Pre-strung with Wilson Sensation, a multifilament string built for arm-friendly comfort and playability

Tennis: A Proper Forehand for Begginers and Pros

This guide will teach you how to hold a tennis raquet and go through the step of learning a proper forehand. This guide can be used by all players. This teaches a lot of the basics of tennis.

Now in tennis the Forehand is the easiest way to return the ball across the net. If you have ever watched a proffesional tennis game you will notice the players will always try to hit with a forehand. Now stand with your feet shoulder width apart, knees slightly bent, and raquet in front of you. Take the hand you aren't hold the raquet with and gently grab the "V" looking part of the raquet above the handle. You are now in a good ready position.

Take a step forward with the opposite foot that you are holding your raquet with. Bring your raquet back, swing it upwards and make sure you have your arm extended in front of you when you make contact with the ball. You should have your arm extended wrist angled so that your raquet handle is parallel to the ground and your raquet head is straight up and down. Now when you make contact with the ball bring your raquet face straight up and bring it around next to the opposite arm. Then take a step with your foot that is the same side as the hand you ARE holding the raquet with and bring it up next to your other foot. After that bring your raquet back in front of you and back into a ready postion. Practice this peice by peice so that when you play it is all one fluid motion.

Now when you hit the ball it should go over the net by at least 2 feet. It is a common misconception but if you have ever been to a proffesional tennis game in real life the player tend to hit the ball 2-4 feet over the net (except on serves). You cannot tell on TV. Now that you have this down, search for Tennis: A Proper Backhand if you wish to continue.

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