I just moved to South Pasadena, CA from San Francisco. Anyone have a recommendation of where I should shop for a tennis racket in SoCal or even in SF?
I'm just a casual recreational player. I've only played with Babolat or Wilson oversized graphite rackets and I've been happy with them. I'm looking to get a nice one that's on sale for approx <$75.
Otherwise, I was thinking of just shopping at Sports Authority. But I don't like how you can't demo or how they don't have workers that play tennis there.
Thanks in advance!
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Hi Philip, I think I have one I'll get back to you soon, and Thanks
Sorry! But, Check out the list and pass it on to anyone wanting a great deal Thanks
Dunlop Mc Enroe LTD 3/8 C
Head Liquid Metal #4 Mid + 1/4 B
Head S6 Oversize 3/8 B
Head Liquid Metal Radical 1/4 C
Head TI Radical Oversize 3/8 C
Head TI Radical Oversize 1/2 A-
Head TI Radical Mid Plus 1/2 B
Head TI Radical Mid Plus 3/8 B
Head Protector Mid Plus 3/8 A
Head Legend Oversize 1/2 New
Prince 03 Speed port Blk 3/8 C
Prince CTS Approach Oversize 3/8 A-
Prince Thunderstrike Titanium Oversize 3/8 A-
Prince Rebal Mid Plus 95 1/4 B
Prince Precision 770 Longbody 108 3/8 B+
Prince Airdrive B975 1/2 B
Wilson Ncode N4 1/4 A-
Wilson Sledgehammer 4.8 5/8 A
Yonex SRQ TI400 Long 1/2 B
Yonex MP Tour 1 90 1/4 C
5 assorted aluminum adult frames some frames have covers. Call me at (951)415-6357
Thank You very much and wish me Luck!
how much would shipping be? i'm thinking about maybe getting one as a gift for a friend in SF
I really don't know, hoping to have folks pick up in Riverside. Let me know about the shipping charges and I will see if I can do that for you.
check out this place called Racquets Rackets http://www.yelp.com/biz/racquets-rackets-arcadia they are in arcadia they are great with helping you choose a good racket and their demo program is one of the best they let you demo 2 rackets at a time for the price of one, and to top it off they are professional stringers they actually travel on tour with the pros and string their rackets, the owner just recently strung over at Indian wells stringing Roger Federer and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga's rackets. He has pictures and videos of his travels and experience over the years of stringing for the pros, whats great about it is that the second you walk into their shop they have a glass case of ACTUAL pro rackets that were given to them and signed by the pros as well that they have collected over the years.
wow!!! thanks byron, this sounds like a great store.
Unfortunately, I bought a racket last week. But I do like window shopping, so I'll keep them in mind!