Question by  mlanity (25)

What racquets are recommended for me, a 3.5 NTRP?

I bought my racquet a long time ago, and it was great for a beginner, but need a new one.


Answer by  tshaw2 (45)

There are several options. Two of them are: the Prince EX03, which is rated for 3. 5 plus. Another is the Head MicroGEL Mojo. Both of them are highly rated by players, and should work.


Answer by  eatwrite (1559)

A standard Wilson tennis racquet is great for all tennis players. It is appropriate for the seasoned player as well as the beginner. I have had much success with the brand of equipment.


Answer by  JohnHolmes (2660)

If you are ready to begin moving away from the beginning stage and begin fine tuning your game I recommend actually getting a couple of rackets. Professionals use different rackets for different moves. For example get a tight firm racket for serves and returning against players who don't know how to put much spin on the ball.


Answer by  alf886 (5)

The Wilson BLX Tour Racquets are a good choice for you. They are a good racquet for a beginner to intermediate player. I am a 4.5 NTRP player and I have used and demo these racquets before.


Answer by  thetruthy (249)

You will want to start looking into some lower level player frames. You will want to look at the weight of the racquet and find one that is comfortable to swing but has some punch behind it. Also be sure to not overlook a good set of strings.


Answer by  simonbirch20 (37)

NTRP levels for racquets are just general recommendations. I am a 3. 5 player that plays with the K Factor Six-one (95), that is recommended for 4. 5+ players


Answer by  blsulcer (16)

I would go with a larger frame and an open string pattern. At 3. 5 you do not want to get into too much of a players racquet yet.

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