Many tennis players have two or more rackets during game play. This is done so that if one racket is damaged during play, they will have another racket to play with.
No, only one racket is allowed, however, you can change the hand that holds the racket during play if you wish.
yeah its possible!
no not that I am aware of but there are gold plated rackets
No, Badmiton only uses rackets.
grips, strings, two or more rackets, drinks, injury support (ankle support knee support, rtc) music, and headphones.
Metal rackets because they are made of tougher substances and last longer.
Tennis rackets used on tour, by the professional players
They are generally 27 inches long (standard) but they vary from 19in junior rackets to 29in stretch rackets which are very uncommon.
if you have rackets, you cannot have properties. rackets is where you can get your income.
Like regular rackets, and that can be found in another Answers question.
it depends what racket you want. The better rackets are the dearer ones.
rackets are the "tabs" for newly activated account wherein for the older accounts we have properties.
Yes and it is harder, and has a thicker wall.
Long handled vellum battledores, short handled vellum battledores, plain wooden rackets, sandpaper covered rackets and cork-faced rackets.