Wilson Profile 25 Junior/Youth Recreational Tennis Racket, Navy/Orange

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$39.99

Size 25 Brand WILSON Grip Size 3 7/8 inches Sport Tennis Material Composite Skill Level All Shaft Material Alloy Item Weight 0.1 Kilograms Age Range (Description) Youth Wilson Profile 25 Junior/Youth Recreational Tennis Racket Recommended for ages 9-10 Warm and cold color palettes collide at 3 & 9 of frame for fun, contrasting look AirLite…

Description

Featuring a compelling design with contrasting warm and cold color tones meeting in the middle of the hoop, the Wilson Profile 25 racket matches its unique design with characteristics ideal for young junior development on the tennis court. Frame comprises an AirLite Alloy material for lightweight power alongside impressive durability, while QuadriForm Technology adds stability through the swing for smoother feel and more consistent results. Racket also features bumper guard to protect the edge of the frame from damaging contact against the court surface.


From the manufacturer

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Wilson Junior Profile Tennis Racket

Inspired by Wilson’s adult performance Prime 103 racket, the Profile 25 emphasizes a combination of high playability, comfort, and control. Profile is your top choice for a reason: the feel and precision is unlike any other in the game. Juniors ages 11 and below looking to step up their game and develop their skills should give this racket a serious try.

Which Racket Is Right For You? Check Out These 3 Critical Factors.

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Head Size

A racket’s head size refers to the total surface area of the string bed and is measured in square inches or centimeters. The larger the head size, the more power and forgiveness the racket gives the player. Smaller head sizes afford players more precision and control with every shot.

Generally speaking, professional players and advanced club players will stick to standard rackets (< 98 sq inches) because they can provide their own power and hit the sweet spot with consistency. Beginner players often start with oversized rackets (106+ sq inches) for extra forgiveness on off-center hits, while intermediate players frequently use midplus rackets (99-105 sq inches) that offer a nice blend of power and control.

Weight

Weight greatly affects the performance characteristics of a tennis racket. A heavier racket brings more power and stability through the swing. Heavier rackets also absorb more shock than lighter rackets, which can give players better feel for the ball. This is ideal for players with long, fast strokes that prefer hitting flatter balls with pace and depth.

Conversely, lighter rackets enhance maneuverability and provide easier access to spin. This is optimal for handling volleys around the net, spinning lobs into play, and generating better angles that dip inside the lines. In addition to racket performance, the weight of a racket significantly affects arm comfort. Playing with a racket that is too heavy can lead to poor form, arm discomfort and possible injuries down the line. When in doubt: you can always add weight to a racket, but rarely can you reduce it.

Balance

Measured in points, a racket’s balance indicates the distribution of weight within a racket. This can be categorized in three ways: head light, even balance, or head heavy. Head-light (HL) rackets have more mass in the handle of the racket, head-heavy (HH) rackets have more mass in the hoop of the racket, and evenly balanced (EB) rackets have even mass distribution throughout.

While head-light rackets are generally heavier, they also give users added maneuverability and more control over the head of the racket. Head-heavy rackets give lightweight rackets more power and stability, as the added weight in the head helps prevent the frame from moving or twisting during the swing. Lastly, even balance rackets tend to strike a happy medium between the maneuverability of head-light and stability of head-heavy frames.

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Additional information

Size

‎25"

Brand

‎WILSON

Grip Size

‎3 7/8 inches

Sport

‎Tennis

Material

‎Composite

Skill Level

‎All

Shaft Material

‎Alloy

Item Weight

‎0.1 Kilograms

Age Range (Description)

‎Youth

Package Weight

‎0.57 Kilograms

Brand Name

‎WILSON

Model Name

‎Junior Prime 25 Tennis Racket

Color

‎Navy/Orange

Suggested Users

‎unisex-teen

Number of Items

‎1

Part Number

‎WR012810U0

Model Year

‎2019

Style

‎Profile 25 Junior

Included Components

‎tennis racket

ASIN

B07MBQSKHB

Date First Available

April 1, 2019

Manufacturer

‎WILSON, ‎Wilson Sporting Goods