Tennis courts and rackets are important not for their appearance. A good racket is not a question of aesthetics, or should never be taken as a reference the price. Please note the materials, composition and design of the racket. Of course, one does not have good conditions to test every shoe market by going to one. It would also be very difficult to compare from hundreds of rackets. There are many factors that define the idea a racket: the weight, the screen (size of the racket), the profile, balance, length, stiffness, the pattern.
. . They directly influence the type and level of play. What is the real racket need? The best racket is one that best suits your game of tennis and weight it can support your arm without actually producting injury. Let yourself be advised by professional specialty stores technical aspects that we need to know when buying tennis rackets: The raw material of a racket: The stiffer the material, more stiff is the frame of the racket.
From high to low stiffness of various materials of the racket are: Boron: Occurs elements boron deposited on tungsten filament to high temperature. The result is a very stiff fiber, but too costly. Is often used as reinforcement in very small quantities and Graphite: A molecular chains composed of carbon fiber aligned to produce a very rigid and lightweight. It is the ideal fiber to provide rigidity to the frame of the racket. It is often combined with other ceramic fibers: a fiber is very rigid and excellent in reducing vibration.