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The Babolat Ball Fighter is a great starter racket with added guidance on the grip.
As for the specs on each one, here you go…
- 17″ / Weight 160g
- 19″ / Weight: 175g
- 21″ / Weight: 190g
- 23″ / Weight: 205g
- 25″ / Weight: 220g
Choosing the right racket is crucial for juniors to enjoy tennis and improve their game. When choosing a racket for a young tennis player, the two most important factors are the racket size and the racket material.
Which racket you choose depends on the kids level:
- New to Tennis – Aluminium rackets are light and feature larger head sizes, making it easier to learn and more fun.
- Intermediate Juniors – Graphite composite rackets feature graphite core and aluminium heads, providing an ideal balance of performance and playability as the juniors game improves.
- Advanced Juniors – Full graphite rackets are a replica of adult rackets sized to junior needs, providing advanced juniors the power and precision to perform at the highest level and prepare fir their transition to adult rackets.
Please Remember: If a junior is just beginning and on the border of two racket sizes, the smaller racket will make it easier to learn to play tennis.
What size of racket you need, depends on the height of your child, the following guide should help you in making your choice:
17″ From 3 years old and up / Under 90cm
19″ Up to 5 years old / 90cm – 105 cm
21″ From 5 years to 7 years old / 105cm – 120cm
23″ From 7 years to 9 years old / 120cm – 130cm
25″ From 9 years old and up / 130cm – 140cm
26″ One Size Smaller than Full Size – 140cm – 150cm
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17" (432mm), 19" (483mm), 21" (533m), 23" (584mm), 25" (635mm)