Head or Slazenger for beginners

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  1. alicjadawidczyk

    alicjadawidczyk New User

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    Hi,

    I have just started playing tennis. However, I do not which racquet to choose:

    Slazenger Classic 27 inch Tennis Racket

    or

    Head Ti Radical 27 Tennis Racquet

    Could someone please explain the difference between the two?

    Thanks!
     
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  2. BullDogTennis

    BullDogTennis Hall of Fame

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    what kinda game do you want to play...and what are the head sizes for these racquets?

    i myself started with an over sized head, cant exactly remember, within a few months i switched to a head flexpoint radical...and played with that for close to 2 years, and now im using a Kblade tour..if your a beginer, i recomend not getting a head size lower than 98.(not sure what those 2 are)
     
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  3. alicjadawidczyk

    alicjadawidczyk New User

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    Tennis racquet

    It is for recreational game.

    Slazenger:
    Size (H)72.5, (W)30, (D)3.5cm

    Head:

    Size (H)69, (W)28, (D)3cm.
     
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  4. jck01

    jck01 Semi-Pro

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    Just from looking at the dimensions, the Slazenger might be more appropriate since it's got a bigger head size.

    I would recommend that you try both to see which you are more comfortable with.

    If you have access to other racquets (e.g., friends, family, relatives, etc.) than you may want to try others out. Neither of the racquets seem like it's for beginners.
     
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  5. counter_puncher

    counter_puncher Banned

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    both a amateurish racquets. if you wanna be good, get feds racquet (haha)
     
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  6. [d]ragon

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    if ur a beginner, it really doesnt matter what u get
     
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