Anywhere from 75 to 300 dollars.
The tennis racket is much longer and heavier than a racqetball racket as the handle is much shorter. But today, even the size of the head of the tennis racket is also usually larger than that of the racquetball racket, which is more standardized at around 107 sq. ins. Tennis racket heads vary greatly in size; but some are great than 130 sq ins.
you have to get some tennis balls from the store and it will cost $18 bucks a bag for the good ones and for a tennis racket $75 for a ok one The cost depends by where you are playing. If it is a relatively nice tennis club it would be more. But if you go to a park district it is free.
If you are talking about equipment, the racket will be the most expensive. It will range from 50-200 dollars for a quality racket. The balls are not very expensive but you are going to need a lot of them. A membership cost about 150-300$ per year at a countryclub..
Badminton rackets are much smaller the rackets are made to hit light objects like the shuttle cock. These rackets do not have as much broad frame as one of tennis. they are much cheaper.
it depends on where you go in a ninety nine cent store it would be around two dollars but overall the store is what matters.
The cost of a tennis racket depends, as with any merchandise, on the quality of the individual components of the tennis racket. The material of the racket frame, the material used to wrap around the grip of the handle, the kind of strings used to form the stringing pattern within the head of the racket, and the style of design used as a cosmetic attraction. What is most important to consider is the skill level of the tennis player who will be using the racket. From there factor in ego, style preference, and being judged by other players. A first racket should (without having to factor in ego and the rest) be fairly cheap. Similar variables will have to be factored to approximate the additional cost of shoes, clothing, and lessons, depending upon where the child will be playing (club or park) and the equipment necessary for the child to comfortably fit into that environment.
100,000,000,000 basically a lot of money
When your hand starts aching for no real reason. The less grip there is on your tennis racket, the harder you have to grip it, which makes your hand ache after a while. It is important to always have a "grippy" grip on because you need to loosen your hand grip on the racket to generate spin. If you do not have any grip on your racket it makes it much harder to do so.