Internal link to H1: Tennis Racquet Review
What is your playing style? It is difficult to find a racquet that complements both power and finesse simultaneously. Power players will want a bigger head size, more topspin from a stiffer frame, while finesse players should look for a maneuverable, accurate racquet with a smaller head for precise volleys.
What is your skill level? Racquets are available for every skill level from beginners to advanced players. A beginning player will benefit from a larger racquet head to allow for a larger sweet spot. An advanced player's concerns may be more focused on maneuverability and swing speed.
Don't buy the first racquet you see. You can injure yourself if you use a tennis racquet that doesn't fit your body and style of play. Major retailers of high-quality tennis rackets, even those that sell online, will let you demo three or four models at a time to see which one works best for you. And after you find one that works, there are all kinds of tweaks that can be done to get an even better fit, even if it's just a little lead tape to alter the balance.