Tennis Rackets


Manufacturers of Tennis Rackets

There are many sports manufacturers that make tennis rackets. On this page you can find information about the top five tennis racket manufacturers.

Babolat Tennis Rackets

Since 1875 Babolat have been manufacturing tennis string. They are known for being the first company to manufacture tennis strings from natural gut. More recently in 1994, Babolat started manufacturing tennis rackets, with their famous Pure Drive tennis rackets and distributing them around Europe. >>more >>

HEAD Tennis Rackets

Originally a ski manufacturer, HEAD have been making tennis rackets since 1960, introducing the first aluminium tennis racket which was first used at the 1969 US OPEN. One of the first tennis players to benefit from using a HEAD tennis racket was Arthur Ashe, who defeated Jimmy Conners at Wimbledon in 1975. >>more >>

Prince Tennis Rackets

Prince is predominately a racket sports company. Founded in 1970, Prince originally manufactured tennis ball machines, but moved on to manufacturing tennis rackets shortly after foundation. Prince are famous for quality over-sized tennis rackets. >>more>>

Wilson Tennis Rackets

Wilson sporting goods originally manufactured baseball equipment, however after WWII started to design and manufacture tennis rackets. Wilson supply tennis rackets to many of the worlds top tennis players, including Roger Federer, who currently uses Wilson’s flagship tennis racket, the Wilson Six One Tour. >>more>>

Yonex Tennis Rackets

Yonex is one of the only tennis racket manufacturer that does not manufacture their top end tennis rackets in China, most of their tour range are still being produced in Japan. Traditionally a manufacturer of badminton rackets, tennis players using Yonex tennis rackets traditionally have been very successful… >>more>>

  • Maurice Robinson Sports

    Buy tennis rackets from Maurice Robinson Sports

    Maurice Robinson Sports is the Midlands leading provider of tennis rackets and tennis equipment. They are dedicated to providing the very best advice when it comes to choosing the right tennis rackets to suit your playing style.