Tennis Racket Head-Size Comparisons and Their Effect on Beginning College Players' Achievement and Self-Efficacy
- For serious swatters only. Gray, Bill // Tennis;Jan96, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p62
Presents three professional caliber racquets that alleges to help make good players better. Features; Price.
- Tailor Made. Wachter, Paul // Tennis;Aug2007, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p74
The article focuses on how to build a tennis racket like the pros. The author reports that tinkering with the specs on your racket can turn a good racket into a great one. Attention is given to the rackets made by Roman Prokes, owner of RPNY Tennis, as well as tips on how to build a perfect racket.
- What a racket! GRUMET, TOBEY // Popular Mechanics;Jan99, Vol. 176 Issue 1, p54
Introduces the Hyper Sledge Hammer tennis racket developed by Wilson Sporting Goods company. Materials used in the racket; Features of the Hyper Sledge Hammer; Manufacturing of the racket's carbon fiber material.
- Magnesium, anyone? Stepler, R.L. // Popular Science;Sep84, Vol. 225 Issue 3, p59
Focuses on the introduction of tennis racket by Prince Corp. Design and structure of the racket; Frame of the racket; Weight of the racket.
- Seigfried Kuebler. Gray, Bill // Tennis;Mar99, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p18
Profiles Siegfried Kuebler, the inventor of the thick-beamed frame now universally known as the widebody tennis racqet. Earnings accumulated since its first introduction in 1987; First believer of the racquet's potential; Career background.
- Slight advantage. James, David // Engineer (00137758);5/5/2008, Vol. 293 Issue 7747, p34
No abstract available.
- Goodby to the woodsies. Kirkpatrick, Curry // Sports Illustrated;11/17/1975, Vol. 43 Issue 20, p78
The article features Robin Blackburne, inventor of a tennis racket that has strings constructed along the same plane as the frame of the racket. The design made by Blackburne enables the racket to have two different string faces that gives solid hitting surfaces on both sides of the racket. He...
- THE SPECS. // Tennis;Mar/Apr2013, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p32
A chart is presented which lists detailed specifications on the features of several brands of tennis racquets based on its head size, string patterns and stationary weight.
- Sports Technology. // Engineer (00137758);11/1/2010, Vol. 295 Issue 7805, p57
The article highlights the entries shortlisted in the sports technology category of The Engineer Technology and Innovation Awards in Great Britain in 2010. Entries include a finite element (FE) model for the development of tennis rackets, a monitoring system for elite swimmers and a gold-media...