Smaller junior rackets tend to use a standard size of 3.875 inches, although the grips of the tiniest frames will probably be even smaller. 26-inch rackets typically have a 4 inch (size 0) grip, and once the step to a full-sized 27-inch racket is taken a 4.125 inch (size 1) grip is common.
In North America junior tennis racquets are sized in inches and range in size between 17″ and 26″. The most important factor in determining the correct size racquet is the child’s height. The following is the guideline for racquet length based on the child’s height: Under 35″ in height – 17″ racquet. 35-39″ in height – 19 ...
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square inch head (or more). This size is good if your child is getting closer to ready for an adult size racquet but still needs the lighter weight, balance, and maneuverability of a junior tennis racquet. A 26” frame is the right size for children around 8 to 12 years of age and around 4 foot 6 to 5 feet tall.
Our colorful US Open Kids Tennis Racket comes in 19-inch, 21-inch, 23-inch and 25-inch while our popular Roger Federer Kids Tennis Racket comes in 21-inch, 23-inch and 25-inch sizes. With kids under 9, only their size needs to be considered when choosing a racket.
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Each junior racquet only has one grip size (as opposed to adult racquets that have 5-6 sizes). These grip sizes are based on the age of the child and the size of their hand at that age. The weight of a junior racquet can range from 6 oz. to 9.5 oz.