Yehey. Any one playing soon?
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hello everybody! first time here. I'm based in sg and have been playing for almost a year now. I can say i'm an advance beginner to intermediate level.
would like to join you one of these days para makapalo.
Good day, sirs! I'm planning to start taking tennis lesson later this month or early next month. Baka may alam po kayo nagtatrain na medyo mura mura. Around south or central MM sana. Thanks!
Sabi din po pala nung nakausap kong coach dun sa prospect kong pagtraininan, bili na daw ako racket para magamay ko na. Sabi naman sa stores, mag Advanced racket na daw kasi papalitan ko din daw agad pag beginner's lang binili ko. help naman po. thanks!
have a beginner's racket with you, its easier to invite people to try it out. at least may spare ka para sa kanila. hehe.
read reviews from tenniswarehouse.com. ok sila dun. in-depth ang review.
The advanced racquets are meant for extreme precise control, power and spin. If you're into recreational tennis I really don't think these would matter that much.
Just make sure not to get an oversize racquet. Just get the regular sized ones. It's better to start with the regular one so you won't have to adjust anymore when you're going to the advanced stages of tennis.
My first racquet was a wooden Wilson Stratabow from the 70s. My father never used it so its still in top shape, I still play with it once in a while My second racquet was a Winghart. The control was crazy, even better than my Wilson Six-One. The only problem is that the head size isn't that big hence it's not that powerful.
For beginners you can't go wrong with Head in my opinion. Their beginner racquets have good control. Steer away from Dunlops muna.
If you want something not mainstream, ask a friend in Japan to get one for you. Bridgestone and Mizuno are selling racquets there.
by the way, ano meron sa dunlop rackets boss?
Still looking for hitting partners. Haha if you're in the U-Belt area just PM me
The good Dunlop racquets are generally heavier than other brands. The low end ones aren't that good. Head and Babolat racquets are more beginner friendly.
Actually I'm planning to get a Head racket. Yung hihiramin ko kasi sana di na ata makita yung racket niya. Sulit na ba for beginners yung price range na 2,500 - 3,000? Iniiwasan ko kasi yung rackets na may dugton or hindi uni-body. Madali daw kasi masira? Thanks sirs!