Grip 2- 4. 1/4 inches; Grip 3- 4. 3/8 inches; Grip 4- 4. 1/2 inches; Grip 5- 4. 5/8 inches; Most adult height juniors have grip sizes of 0, 1, or 2; Women players have grip sizes of 1, 2, or 3; Men players have grip sizes of 3 or 4; Big hands have grip size of 5.
Many men looking for tennis racquets will find themselves choosing between a size 3 (4 3/8 ...
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Most juniors using full size tennis rackets choose grip size 1, most women opt for grip sizes 2 or 3 and most men opt for grip sizes 3 or 4. To check you have the correct grip size: you should be just about able to place the index finger of your non-racket hand inbetween your fingers and palm when hold the racket normally in your racket hand.
To learn more about how to string tennis rackets, check out Wilson’s racket stringing guide. Racket Grip Sizes. Racket grip sizes are measured 0 through 5, or in the US, 4(0) – 4 5/8. Most adult women find success with a 4 ¼ (grip size 2) while men typically gravitate towards 4 3/8 (grip size 3).
4 5/8 inches. There are two ways you can measure your grip size. A rough way of finding out is by holding a racket in your normal forehand grip. If the racket is of the correct grip size, the distance between your palm and longest finger should approximately be the width of a finger (pictured below).
Tennis Racquet Head Sizes. The head size of a tennis racquet refers to the area of the racquet’s head where the strings create the face or stringbed, measured in square inches or centimeters. These days, the vast majority of tennis racquets will have head sizes that range somewhere between 85 – 110 in² (548 – 710 cm²).