10 Best Tennis Racquet For Intermediate

Updated on: September 2022

Best Tennis Racquet For Intermediate in 2022


Wilson Federer Tennis Racquet (EA)

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

HEAD Ti S6 Tennis Racket Pre-Strung Head Heavy Balance 27.75 Inch Racquet - 4 1/8 In Grip

HEAD Ti S6 Tennis Racket Pre-Strung Head Heavy Balance 27.75 Inch Racquet - 4 1/8 In Grip
BESTSELLER NO. 2 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.
  • BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE LEVEL: The HEAD Ti S6 graphite tennis racket is an ideal choice for a wide age range of casual players. The oversized 115" head creates a larger sweet spot, great for players still mastering precision.
  • HEAD HEAVY ADVANTAGE: The adult tennis racket has a head heavy balance which can aid in stability and control when hitting the ball.
  • DURABLE TITANIUM: Made with a durable and lightweight titanium & graphite fiber technology, the S6 tennis rackets are built to last.
  • DIMENSIONS: Frame Weight: 252 g / 8.9 oz, Head Size : 115in, Grip Size: 4.125in, Length: 27.75in.

Wilson Tour Slam Tennis Racquet (EA)

Wilson Tour Slam Tennis Racquet (EA)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • Power String bridge
  • Longer main strings for explosive power
  • Stop shock sleeves for improved comfort
  • Grip Size: 4 3/8

Wilson Hyper Hammer 5.3 Strung Tennis Racket (Black/White, 4 3/8)

Wilson Hyper Hammer 5.3 Strung Tennis Racket (Black/White, 4 3/8)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • Power frame for players with short, compact swings
  • Oversized head provides more forgiveness and power
  • Head Heavy balance for increased stability and momentum in lighter frames
  • Open string pattern for more power and spin

HEAD Ti. Conquest Tennis Racket - Pre-Strung Head Light Balance 27 Inch Racquet - 4 1/2 In Grip

HEAD Ti. Conquest Tennis Racket - Pre-Strung Head Light Balance 27 Inch Racquet - 4 1/2 In Grip
BESTSELLER NO. 5 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: 4.5in, Length: 27in.

Palio Expert 2.0 Table Tennis Racket & Case - ITTF Approved - Flared - Intermediate Ping Pong, Racket, Paddle

Palio Expert 2.0 Table Tennis Racket & Case - ITTF Approved - Flared - Intermediate Ping Pong, Racket, Paddle
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • The Palio Expert 2 is an exclusive collaboration between Palio and Expert Table Tennis
  • The Palio CJ8000 rubbers remain unchanged, provide great spin and are ITTF approved
  • The redesigned Expert Table Tennis blade gives players even better control and feeling
  • This really is the perfect bat for beginners
  • Speed = 6/10, Spin = 9/10, Control = 10/10

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

HEAD Graphene Touch Instinct Junior Tennis Racquet, Strung, 4 Inch Grip

HEAD Graphene Touch Instinct Junior Tennis Racquet, Strung, 4 Inch Grip
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • HEAD size US 100 in. Sq
  • Weight 8.5 oz
  • Balance is 0.2 in. Hl with a 325 mm beam
  • Length is 26.0 in
  • String pattern is 16/19

Babolat Aero Junior 26" Tennis Racquet

Babolat Aero Junior 26
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022
  • THE PURE AERO SPIRIT, ADAPTED TO FUTURE CHAMPIONS.
  • Thanks to its graphite throat and aluminum head, the Aero Jr. 26 provides power and maneuverability to recreational or competitive players between the ages of 8 and 13.
  • Juniors will appreciate the design inspired by Rafael Nadal's Pure Aero!
  • 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

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. 10 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

Learning How to String a Hybrid String Tennis Racket

Hybrid tennis rackets essentially get the best of both strings without sacrificing much. This is why most active players are switching to hybrid rackets. Here is how to string a hybrid racket.

Pick two sets of string. Do your research, make sure the strings suit your play style and can compliment each other. Usually softer string goes on the crosses and the tougher string goes on the mains.

Set up your racket on the stringer. Make sure you center the racket on the stand. Each stringer is different and has more or less clamps than one another. It is incredibly important to make sure you set up your racket according the way your stringer has intended it.

Cut 20 feet of each string. Observe the pattern of your racket. Do the strings enter through the top of the head or the throat. Where do you skip grommets?

Take the string that is going on the mains and insert one end into one of the centers of the racket at the head or at the throat depending on your racket pattern (A racket head has an even number of grommets so there are two centers). The string should be through both the center at in the corresponding grommet on the other side of the racket. So for example if the string is placed in to the center on the top of the head, it should also go through the center on near the throat or bottom of the head. Then take the other end of the string and place it in the other center and its corresponding grommet. Want to make sure you did it right? Count the grommets from one of the center all the way to its corresponding grommet. Do the same for the other center. Do the numbers match? If so move on to step 5!

Pick one end of the string, put it through the next open grommet and clamp the end together with the center string next to it. Do not repeat on the other center yet. Make sure this clamp does not come off until instructed to do so. For identification purposes...this is clamp A.

Go to the other string not clamped. Take that end and weave it through the next grommet and its correspondent. Apply tension at the weight you want. Applying tension varies on different stringers. If your using a drop-weight place the string through the wheel and lift the weight up and slowly lower it until you feel a pull. Let the weight become parallel to the floor. Clamp the the string with the string next to it to hold tension. Continue stringing along the racket pattern until you reach the grommets for the cross and your ready to tie a knot.

Place the end string through the grommet hole designated for the knot (it should be a bigger, wider grommet). The string should go into the grommet from the OUTSIDE so the end of the string is inside the racket head. Wrap the end of the string around the string that was already inside the grommet from when you were stringing the mains so it is like a knot. Tighten the knot by pulling with pliers or simply applying tension. Tie another knot and tighten. The end result should look like the picture.

Now you should have completed one half of the mains. Turn your attention to the string with clamp A on it (all this time you have been using clamp B to hold tension). Put the end string through its corresponding grommet if you already haven't, apply tension, and clamp with clamp B. Now you can use both clamps, A and B, to clamp. Continue stringing at the pattern of your racket and tie your knot.

Take the cross string and stick in the designated grommet to tie off the knot for the cross. If the grommet is the same grommet for the mains in your case, wait to tie the until the cross string is inside the grommet to ensure it fits. You may need to widen the grommet with a pick or a pen. Tie your knot on the string inside your grommet.

Weave the cross string below and above the main strings intermittenly. So for example, if you just went above one of the mains, you should go below on the next string. String two lines without adding tension. Add tension on the second line and clamp. Note the way you started your line should not match the string next to it. So for example, if you started one line going under, over, under etc. the lines above below it should be over, under, over etc.

String the rest of your crosses according to the pattern and tie off on the designated grommet. Check to make sure you are weaving correctly.

Cut any excess string from the knots, and detach your racket from the stringer. Go out and hit!

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