10 Most Expensive Tennis Rackets in the World With Best Price

Posted on November 20, 2018, 4:02 pm
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Most of the tennis rackets are manufactured in Asia where the super manufacturer Japan as the leading country in tennis racket production history. Most of the Professional players always prefer to have a choice on the strings to use it with. So, the best kind of tennis racket is that have no strings. The weight of tennis racket varies from adults and children. Adults preferences of weighing are 12.5 ounces where children prefer to use weigh 6 ounces. The most expensive tennis rackets are used by the best tennis athletes over the years.

Most Expensive Tennis Rackets in the World With Best PriceAny types of game are for pleasure and excitement to the audiences but for the players, the game is a source of earning. Various games have numerous kinds of prize money system. Tennis is not so far from the system rather it produces a huge amount of prize money for arranging a tournament. Players are very familiar with the regular production of money. For the players who earn a huge amount of money from a single tournament, it’s easier to get this type of most expensive tennis rackets for playing.

Top 10 Most Expensive Tennis Rackets 2018-19

From the 15th century until 1965, the rackets made by wood have an average weight of 350 grams. But, Professional tennis players prefer to play with steel frame rackets. There have been some biggest tennis categories like Grand Slams, Olympic, Wimbledon and so on. All these tournaments are the producer of the large scale of prize money. Let’s have look to the most expensive tennis rackets in the categories of Wimbledon, French Open, Australian Open, and the US open for the year of 2018.

10. DUNLOP SRIXON REVO CX

Dunlop Srixon Revo Cx

Dunlop Srixon Revo CX 2 0 Tour

Dunlop tennis racket is endorsed by the world number 7 tennis player Kevin Anderson, a professional tennis player of South African. Dunlop CX has a 95 square inches head size. It does not provide much space for error. It comes unstrung so that a tennis player can easily use the choice of string.

The frame of the racket is 27 inch.  The weight of the racket is 330 grams that are perfect for every player.  Besides, it provides a better grip to absorb in the time of vibration. The Dunlop CX is much costly as it reaches up to $225 in some online stores.

09. BABOLAT PURE AERO LA DECIMA

Babolat Pure Aero la Decima

Babolat Pure Aero la Decima Lite

Babolat pure aero racket is used by the world number 1 tennis player Nadal. Nadal is a professional tennis player. Babolat Pure Aero la Decima has a 100 square inch head size. It does not provide much space for error. It comes provides 16 by 19 strings so that a tennis player can easily use the choice of string.

The weight of the racket is 317 grams that are perfect for every player.  The Babolat pure aero is much costly as it reaches up to $230.

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08. HEAD MXG 5

HEAD MXG 5

Head MXG 5 Tour Racket

Head MxG 5 is a tennis racket for the beginners and intermediate level tennis players. The frame of it is made from a combination of graphite and magnesium. It has a 105 square inch head size. Besides, it has 16 by 18 black widow string patterns.

Its weight is 10.3 ounces and its length is 28-inch. The price of Head MxG 5 tennis racket is currently available at $240 each. It has become one of the Most Expensive Tennis Rackets in the world.

07. YONEX ASTREL 105

Yonex Astrel 05

Yonex Astrel 05 Japan

The Yonex Astrel 105 is also a tennis racket crafted for the beginners and intermediate level tennis players. The frame of it is made from a combination of graphite and magnesium. It has a 105 square inch head size. Besides, it has 16 by 18 black widow hybrid string patterns.

Its weight is 290 grams and its length is 28-inch. The price of Yonex Astral 105 tennis racket is currently available at $250 each.

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06. WILSON BLADE SW104

Wilson Blade SW104

Wilson Blade SW104 Autograph Countervail Tennis Racket

Wilson Blade racket is used by the world number 1 tennis player Serena Williams. Serena Williams is a professional tennis player and won 24 times of grand slams. Wilson Blade has a 104 square inch head size. It does not provide much space for error. It comes provides 16 by 19 strings so that a tennis player can easily use the choice of string.

The weight of the racket is 317 grams that are perfect for every player and its length is 28-inch.  It has become one of the Most Expensive Tennis Rackets in the world. The Wilson Blade is much costly as it reaches up to $250.

05. WILSON PRO STAFF RF97

Wilson Pro Staff RF97

Wilson Pro Staff RF97 Autograph

20-time grand slam champion Roger Federer uses this. Wilson Pro Staff RF97 is a tennis racket for the professional level tennis players. The frame of it is made from a combination of graphite and magnesium. It has a 97 square inch head size. Besides, it has black widow string patterns.

Its weight is 360 grams and its length is 28-inch. The price of Wilson Pro Staff RF97 tennis racket is currently available at $270 each.

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04. BOSWORTH

Bosworth SportsEon

Bosworth Tour 96

The Bosworth Tour 96 is a tennis racket crafted for the greatest level tennis athletes. The frame of it is made from a combination of graphite and magnesium. It has a unique 10-sided head size. Besides, it has 16 by 18 black widow hybrid string patterns.

Its weight is 345 grams and its length is 28-inch. The price of Bosworth Tour 96 tennis racket is currently available at $400 each. It has become one of the Most Expensive Tennis Rackets in the world.

03. BORIS BECKER L3 1995 RACKET

THE BORIS BECKER WORLD CHAMPION L3 1995 RACKET

Boris Becker L3 1995 Racket

Boris Becker world champion L3 1995 racket is used by the world number 1 tennis player Boris Becker. He was a professional tennis player. After retirement from playing, he had invented this racket in 1995 partnering with the world giant company PUMA. Boris Becker world champion L3 1995 has a 92 square inch head size. It does not provide much space for error.

It comes provides 16 by 19 strings so that a tennis player can easily use the choice of string with a PUMA sticker. The weight of the racket is 350 grams that are perfect for every player.  The Boris Becker world champion L3 1995 is much costly as it reaches up to $500.

02. THE CHANEL RACKET

THE CHANEL RACKET

CHANEL Tennis Racket

The Chanel is a tennis racket crafted for the greatest level tennis athletes. The frame of it is made from a combination of graphite and magnesium. It has a unique 10-sided head size. Besides, it has 16 by 19 black widow hybrid string patterns.

Its weight is 345 grams and its length is 28-inch. It has become one of the Most Expensive Tennis Rackets in the world. The price of Chanel tennis racket is currently available at $1,800 each.

01. PROXIMUS DIAMOND GAME PRIZE

PROXIMUS DIAMOND GAME PRIZEThe Proximus Diamond Game Prize tennis racket is the most expensive racket in the world till now. It contains pure gold in shaping the body. Besides, it has a figure like a tennis ball that comprised the string with 1700 real diamond stones. The Proximus Diamond Game Prize tennis racket is 4 kg in weight.

The first diamond game was held in 2002 at Antwerp, Belgium. The present market value of the racket is about1.3 million dollars. So, without any question, it’s become the most Expensive Tennis Rackets for all time.

Every game is conducted and arranged with heavy offerings of money and prizes. Each of the prizes is another addition of prize money. Tennis is mostly known as the cool play. In playing tennis both male and female players are very much concentrated on getting prize money.

 Grand slam is the top title category of tennis and the prize money of grand slam would be higher than the others. So, we have seen that the US Open has the highest amount of prize money from all the grand slams. Finally, the players who have earned a lot from the game they might like to use the most expensive tennis rackets for playing.