What does tennis racket size L2 mean?

What does tennis racket size L2 mean?

What is L1, L2, L3 in tennis racket sizes? That just refers to the size of the handle on the racket. The larger the number (L5) the larger the handle on the racket. The smaller the number, of course, the smaller the handle. In general, we recommend ladies should choose grip sizes between L1 and L2.

What is the most popular tennis grip size?

Average or Most Common Size Grip A size 3 or 4 3/8 grip is the most common, and you’ll find a lot of crossover between men and women at this size. The vast majority of women will play with a grip size that’s a size 1, 2, or 3. Men, on the other hand, will typically have a size 3, 4, or 5.

What are tennis grip sizes?

The tennis grip size is basically the measurement of the perimeter of the handle’s octagonal cross-section. In other words, the outline or thickness of the handle constitutes the tennis grip size. Typical grip sizes range from 4″ / 101.6 mm (for juniors) to 4 3/4″ / 123 mm (for adults) in the US.

What is a bevel in tennis?

A tennis racquet’s handle has an octagonal shape, and the 8 sides are called bevels. The bevels serve as a reference point for executing certain grip types, as well as providing a comfortable shape to hold the racquet.

How do I determine my tennis grip size?

Ruler Test: To measure grip size using the ruler test, first place the fingers of your racket hand together, then align a ruler’s edge with the the bottom horizontal crease of your palm. Next, measure to the tip of your ring finger, this measurement is your grip size.

What are 5 grips used in tennis?

Different Types of Grips

  • Forehand.
  • Slice forehand.
  • One-handed backhand.
  • Two-handed backhand.
  • Slice backhand.
  • Serve.
  • Volleys.
  • Overheads.

What happens if tennis racket grip is too small?

A too-small grip requires more muscle strength to keep the racquet from twisting in your hand. Prolonged use of a grip that’s too small can contribute to tennis elbow problems. A grip that’s too large inhibits wrist snap on serves, makes changing grips more difficult and also requires more muscle strength.