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Yonex Ezone Junior 21 - Sky Blue
Immerse your child in the world of tennis with the Yonex Ezone Junior 21 - Sky Blue tennis racket, perfect for young players aged between 4-6 years or for those with a height of 100-112cm. Carefully designed to embrace the game's fun and simplicity, this racket ensures an enjoyable and effortless playing experience.
Superior Power and Precision
With its distinctive isometric head shape, the Yonex Ezone Junior 21 racket facilitates 10% stronger strokes, enhancing player's power and precision. The racket is particularly effective when used with low compression balls, offering greater control and versatility in gameplay.
Perfect for Growing Enthusiasts
This racket provides excellent dynamics and comfort for young players with normal or good physical fitness. The compact swing of this racket caters to basic and intermediate level skills, making it useful for players who play several times annually or multiple times a week or month.
Quality Material and Design
Weighing just 195g, the Yonex Ezone Junior 21 is crafted from robust and lightweight aluminium ensuring durability and ease of use. The sky-blue colour adds a fun and vibrant aesthetic, appealing to young players and encouraging their enthusiasm for the sport.
Choosing the right racket makes playing tennis easier and more fun. This is especially important in childhood. Kids rackets are shorter, lighter, and have smaller handle sizes than senior rackets. Better-quality and more expensive children's rackets are made of graphite composites. The sizes of the handles of children's rackets are normally matched to the size of the rackets. All children's rackets have factory-made strings, which are rarely replaced due to the fact that tennis classes for younger children (4-8 years) should be conducted with balls with reduced compression and also because children do not hit the balls as hard as adults. It should be remembered that when choosing a racket for a child, apart from his age, it is also necessary to take into account physical conditions such as height and weight.
To correctly choose the size of the racket for the height and age of the child, use the following diagram:
89 - 99 cm
100 - 112 cm
113 - 125 cm
126 - 140 cm
141 - 165 cm
2 - 4 years
4 - 6 years
6 - 8 years
8 - 10 years
10 - 12 years
Junior racket handle sizes
G 2 = 4 1/4 inches = 108 mm
G 1 = 4 1/8 inches = 104 mm
G 0 = 4 inches = 100 mm
G 00 = 3 7/8 inches = 98 mm
G 000 = 3 3/4 inches = 95 mm
G 0000 = 3 5/8 inches = 92 mm
G 00000 = 3 1/2 inches = 89 mm
There are no markings in millimeters on the rockets. We converted inches to centimeters to make it easier to choose the right handle if you cannot pick up the racket in your hand.
You won’t find grip size markings in centimetres. To make it easier, we converted inches to centimetres, to help you choose the right size. It will be useful for you when you are unable to try the racket in the shop, e.g. when you want to buy a racket in the online store.
Information about the size of the grip is usually located on its bottom. Size of the grip is very important, however in contrast to the head size, not because different sizes give different effects during the game. Grip circumference must be precisely matching players hand size, only then the player may be sure that his grip will be firm, the racket will be stable in their hand, and the wrist won’t be overstrained.
The first method may be done without the racket, using only a ruler.
1. Straighten your hand and measure the distance from its centre to the end of the ring finger.
2. The result should be compared with the size chart, which we presented above which grip size should I choose.
The second method in which we may check if a certain grip is good for us will work only if we have a choice of few rackets with different grip sizes. If you don’t have one, you can always use a racket of your friend and see if his grip is good for you.
1. Grab the racket as on the picture above.
2. If the index finger of the other hand fits between the thenar eminence of the thumb and the fingertips, it means that the grip has proper size.
3. If there is too much space between the thenar eminence of the thumb and the tips of your fingers and your index finger cant fill this space, it means that the grip is too large and you should choose the grip with smaller circumference.
4. If you can’t fit your index finger it means that the grip is too small, and you should choose a racket with a bigger circumference.