10 Best Tennis Racket Under 50

Updated on: October 2022

Best Tennis Racket Under 50 in 2022


Wilson Tour Slam Tennis Racquet (EA)

Wilson Tour Slam Tennis Racquet (EA)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

Wilson Federer Tennis Racquet (EA)

Wilson Federer Tennis Racquet (EA)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 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

Wilson Tour Slam Strung Tennis Racquet, 4 3/8-Inch, Black/Green

Wilson Tour Slam Strung Tennis Racquet, 4 3/8-Inch, Black/Green
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • 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
  • Pre-strung

HEAD Speed Kids Tennis Racquet - Beginners Pre-Strung Head Light Balance Jr Racket - 21", Red

HEAD Speed Kids Tennis Racquet - Beginners Pre-Strung Head Light Balance Jr Racket - 21
BESTSELLER NO. 4 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: 180 g / 6.3 oz, Head Size : 107in, Grip Size: 3.625in, Length: 21in.

Wilson Junior US Open Tennis Racquet, 25" L, Black/White - 55063

Wilson Junior US Open Tennis Racquet, 25
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • Aluminum Racquet
  • Approved for tennis players 10 and under
  • Strung racquet without a cover

HEAD Ti. Conquest Tennis Racket - Pre-Strung Head Light Balance 27 Inch Racquet - 4 3/8 In Grip

HEAD Ti. Conquest Tennis Racket - Pre-Strung Head Light Balance 27 Inch Racquet - 4 3/8 In Grip
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: The HEAD Ti Conquest tennis racket is an ideal choice for a wide age range of casual players. The oversized 108" head creates a larger sweet spot, great for players still mastering precision.
  • HEAD LIGHT ADVANTAGE: The adult tennis racket has a head light balance which helps reduce vibration and aids in stability when hitting the ball.
  • DURABLE TITANIUM: Made with a durable Nano Titanium technology, the lightweight tennis rackets are built to last.
  • DIMENSIONS: Frame Weight: 275 g / 9.7 oz, Head Size : 108in, Grip Size: 4.375in, Length: 27in.

Wilson Prime 103 Tennis Racket - 4 1/4"

Wilson Prime 103 Tennis Racket - 4 1/4
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • Arch Technology further improves the frame to deliver a lively string bed enhanced power
  • Cushion aire grip for added comfort
  • 103 sq. inch head for added precision and feel

Wilson Prime All Court Tennis Ball 4 Pack (12 Balls)

Wilson Prime All Court Tennis Ball 4 Pack (12 Balls)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • Traditional performance standard, featuring exclusive Duraweave felt
  • USTA and ITF Approved
  • Excellent performance and durability on all court surfaces
  • Premium All Court Performance ball for training and competition
  • Four pack of three ball cans

HEAD Radical Jr Tennis Racquet - Beginners Pre-Strung Light Balance Kids Racket - 26", Red

HEAD Radical Jr Tennis Racquet - Beginners Pre-Strung Light Balance Kids Racket - 26
BESTSELLER NO. 9 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 Radical junior tennis rackets are ideal for a range of youth players. The beginners' rackets are perfect for children between the ages of 9-11.
  • 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 with a dampening insert, the kids' tennis rackets last until they outgrow them.
  • DIMENSIONS: Frame Weight: 245 g / 8.6 oz, Head Size : 105in, Grip Size: 4in, Length: 26in.
  • Department Name: Unisex-Teen
  • Included Components: Junior Tennis Racquet

HEAD Instinct Kids Tennis Racquet - Beginners Pre-Strung Head Light Balance Jr Racket - 25"

HEAD Instinct Kids Tennis Racquet - Beginners Pre-Strung Head Light Balance Jr Racket - 25
BESTSELLER NO. 10 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 Instinct junior tennis rackets are ideal for a range of youth players. Beginners' rackets are available in sizes 21, 23, and 25 inches for children ages 4-8+.
  • 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: 240 g / 8.5 oz, Head Size : 105in, Grip Size: 3.875in, Length: 25in.

Attack Ball: History and Rules of Racquetball-Style Game

A game like this could only be conceived at a military school such as The Citadel. One day a friend and I were playing racquetball when we decided to put our threshold for pain to the test. Racquetball was fun, but we wanted more of a challenge.

A game like this could only be conceived at a military school such as The Citadel. One day a friend and I were playing racquetball when we decided to put our threshold for pain to the test. Racquetball was fun, but we wanted more of a challenge. Within the lonely walls of The Citadel's racquetball courts, we blended racquetball, dodgeball and wall ball. The product was very violent, but so much fun. Attack Ball was born, and is still occasionally played within the 20 by 40 foot courts of The Citadel's Deas Hall.

Rules

Much like racquetball, the game is played with two players (we will use players A B; as examples). Gear includes a racquet for each player and a racquetball. Eyewear is also suggested. There is tough, and there is stupid. Going blind in an eye because you refused to use protective eyewear is definitely the latter.

Player A server serves from the serving lines at the wall, just like racquetball. Then it gets exciting. Then player B returns the ball at player A in an attempt to strike him. Player A then attempts to dodge player B's return. It does not matter how many times the ball bounces or which walls it hits off of so long as it is still bouncing. Once the ball stops bouncing and rolls, the ball is the considered dead. If player A has served and the ball goes dead, then player A serves again.

The point of the game is not to get struck by the ball, but rather to strike the other person. If player A for example dodges the ball, it is player A's turn to hit the ball back at player B. This kind of volley continues until one of the players is struck with the ball. If for example player A is struck with the ball, player B gets a point. It does not matter who served. If B is struck then A gets the point.

If player B strikes A with the ball, B gets an attempt to score a bonus point on player A. Player A is made to stand on the far wall, back facing out. Player B gets a free serve from the opposite wall. If player B strikes player A, player B gets an additional point.

After the additional point has been attempted by player B, player B must serve. The cycle repeats itself and usually scoring continues until you get too tired or someone can't take the pain anymore.

Some smaller detail-oriented rules

It does not matter who hit the ball last. If for example the ball touches player A while it is still in play, player B gets the point. Even if it bounces off a wall or is moving very slowly.

If player A strikes the ball and it backfires (hits himself with it somehow), player B gets the point, and an attempt at a bonus point.

If player A serves and is struck by his own serve, player B gets the point and an attempt at a bonus point.

If player A is struck on the racquet, it does not count as a point. It is considered a deflection. Therefore, A may use his racquet as a measure of defense.

A strike anywhere on the body is as point. There is no face rule. Just wear the proper eye protection and you should be fine.

To this day I have friends who refuse to step into the 20' by 40' court with me. Not because I'm good, but because they're afraid. Next time you find yourself at the gym, try it out... you might get addicted. One thing in Attack Ball is for sure, you can run but you can't hide.

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