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Wood Tennis Rackets, A Collector's Guide. Introduction to Rackets/Racquets. The racket, or racquet, is the chosen implement, or weapon, of action for several sports, notably, tennis, squash and badminton. Our main focus here is on tennis, though from a construction standpoint, squash rackets are quite similar.
Vintage Slazenger Stadium light 4/3-8 grip Wooden tennis racket racquet This is a wooden tennis racquet by Slazenger. The head measures 10-5/8 inches tall and 8 inches wide(all measurements are from inside the rim) The racquet weighs 13 ounces. It is in very good. Pre owned condition.
Dunlop, Slazenger, Wilson, and Spalding all dominated the wooden tennis racket industry. Most other competitors died out during this era due to their lack of innovation and established big companies. The two biggest tennis rackets of this time were the Dunlop Maxply Fort and the Wilson Jack Kramer. Metal
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Wood is still used for real tennis, rackets, and xare. Most rackets are now made of composite materials including carbon fiber or fiberglass , metals such as titanium alloys, or ceramics . Catgut has partially been replaced by synthetic materials including nylon , polyamide , and other polymers.