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We stock Yonex racquets, and special order Prince, Wilson, and Head as well.

 

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RACQUET DEMO PROGRAM
Cost: Demo cost goes directly towards the purchase of any racket you purchase in the shop! There is never a rental fee-just $3.00 per racquet. Please have a credit card available for demo fees. Demo up to 3 racquets at a time. Check out time is 3 days.

Forget to Return:
In order for everyone to take advantage of the demo program we ask you return the demos after 3 days. Late fees on racquets not returned within the 7 day period are $2.00 per day per racquet, up to 7 days. If the racquets are more than 7 days late, your credit card will be charged the full price of the racquets.

How To Measure My Grip Size

There are a few different sizes that come standard;4 1/8" (L1),4 1/4" (L2),4 3/8" (L3),4 1/2" (L4),and 4 5/8" (L5). The most commonly used size for men is 4 1/2" and for women is 4 1/8".

Hand MeasuringThe best way to measure the perfect grip size for your tennis racquet is to use a ruler. With your ruler you will want to measure your dominant hand from the middle crease of the palm of your hand and measure up to the tip of your ring finger. Whatever grip size you choose,make sure you start with something a little smaller,that way,if it's not quite right you can built it up. If you pick too large,it's close to impossible to make the grip smaller. One thing that many tennis players don't realize is that grip sizes can be build up,if you decide that a 4 3/8" grip is just not big enough,then you can always alter your grip to make it bigger. There are two ways of doing this;the first is probably the cheapest and easiest way of doing it. Use an overgrip,it's similar to a normal grip,however;it's usually not as thick,they are simple to put on and replace when needed. Overgrips come in a vast variety of colors,absorbency,and thicknesses,The other is a little more challenging and may require you to visit your local pro shop to have them do it.. You can buy a heat shrink sleeve,which is a sleeve that is heat shrunk to build up a grip either 1/2 a grip size or one full grip size.

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