Product Information

Below you will find general though helpful information about products we sell.

We are all about good service and prompt delivery. The availability of an item is listed on the product page. If you wish to order an item that is not on our site, please contact our customer service. We will try to order this product from the manufacturer.


What you see is what you pay

For customers from EU Member States the indicated prices are final prices and valid while stocks last. These prices include discount and taxes due (in particular VAT).

Recommended retail price

By default Tennis Only gives 10% off the recommended retail price on apparel (with the exception of Nike Tech Fleece), shoes and bags, while to racquets a discount percentage of 20% is applied. Online the recommended price is only displayed in the case of sale items.


Discounts are always based on the recommended retail price. This also applies to team clothing. A product with a minimum discount of 30% is automatically classified as a sale item.


Manufacturer sizes

We use the clothing sizes as determined by the manufacturer. For example, Nike uses XXS to 3XL, while adidas also uses sizes 32 to 44. If available or necessary, you will find more information about the clothing sizes in the size charts on the product pages.


European shoe sizes

We use European shoe sizes as determined by the manufacturer. For example, Nike follows the order 42, 42 1/2 and 43, while adidas uses 42, 42 2/3 and 43 1/3. In the size charts you will also find the US and UK sizes.


Racket groups

Choosing a racquet that fits is not always as easy. We will try to help you as much as possible by giving you the possibility to test a racquet in advance and by providing correct information about a certain frame. To make the choice easier we use the following groups:

The Right Frame for Your Game
1. Power
PlayerAdvanced / Recreational
You seek mainly power.
2. Power-Allround
BalanceTopweight / Even-balance
PerformancePower / Allround
WeightLight / Medium
ComfortSuperior / Good
PlayerCompetitive / Advanced / Recreational
You seek 75% power and 25% control.
3. Allround
PlayerCompetitive / Advanced / Recreational
You seek 50% power and 50% control.
4. Allround-Control
BalanceEven-balance / Handleweight
PerformanceAllround / Control
WeightMedium / Heavy
ComfortGood / Average
PlayerTournament / Competitive / Advanced
You seek 25% power and 75% control.
5. Control
PlayerTop / Tournament
You seek mainly control.
Head size
  • Oversize (large head size / ± 105 sq. Inch or more): These racquets provide a lot of comfort and power and have a great sweetspot.
  • Midplus (average head size / ± 95 - 105 sq. Inch): These racqets provide a combination of comfort / power / control and have an average sweetspot.
  • Midsize (small head size / smaller than 95 sq. Inch): These racqets provide a lot of control and have a small sweetspot.

Below are some important aspects that can help you make the right choice.


The optimum touch surface for maximum power and control.


Longer racquets (longer than 68.5 cm) have both advantages and disadvantages:

  • More reach;
  • More power (especially noticeable in service and groundstrokes);
  • Less control;
  • Less handling (especially noticeable on body shots).

Generally speaking, tennis players with a limited technique and lower swing power want a racquet with a lot of power. Tennis players with a good technique and often a higher swing power, on the other hand, want a racquet with a lot of control. They usually get power from their technique.

A recreational player will in most cases prefer a racquet that feels light and viable. Advanced / top players often choose a stiff frame that is heavier and therefore has more control.

In between there is the group of players looking for a combination of power and control. This is the largest group.

Grip size

The correct grip size is also of great importance. This can be measured by grabbing the racquet and placing your thumb straight up. Now place the index finger of the other hand between the thumb and other fingers. If the index finger exactly matches, you have the correct grip size. If the index finger does not fit between them, the grip is too small. If you have space left then the grip is too big. Personal preference also plays a major role in choosing the grip size.


Which string is appropriate?

The choice of string and tightness is determined by a number of factors:

  • The player/play; defender/attacker, level, topspin, and so on;
  • Surface; clay, hardcourt, indoor, and so on;
  • Weather conditions; dry/humid weather;
  • Head size; midsize/midplus/oversize;
  • Price category; cheap or expensive;
  • Desired thickness of the string (1.10 to 1.40).

Below are some common facts that can help you choose the right string:

  • Thinner strings (great elasticity) give more power than thicker strings;
  • Thinner strings give more grip (spin) on the ball;
  • Thicker strings give more durability;
  • Soft strings or strings with a soft coating give a better vibration damping.

Impact of tension on the playing characteristics of a racquet:

Softer tension
  • More ball acceleration;
  • Less ball control;
  • More vibration;
  • More trampoline effect;
  • More comfort.
Higher tension
  • Less ball acceleration;
  • More ball control;
  • Less vibration;
  • Less trampoline effect;
  • Less comfort.

The average tension of a racquet is ± 25/24 kg. The lower your tension relative to the average, the stronger the properties get mentioned under softer tension. The higher your tension is compared to the average, the stronger the properties get mentioned under higher tension.

Injury prevention

Better prevent than cure

McDavid is the most advanced brand when it comes to preventing and supporting injuries. McDavid also offers an extensive collection and provides the right support for every injury. We carry a customized range of McDavid products. The products from our range provide specific assistance in case of injuries that often occur in tennis. Practice teaches us that McDavid products are of high quality, 100% neoprene, so anti-allergenic (skin friendly) and when it comes to important things like injuries, only the best is good enough!

  • Level I : Basic protection;
  • Level II : Advanced protection;
  • Level III : Highest degree of protection.

With the information we provide for our injury prevention products, we only provide a guideline for the use and purpose of the product. This information is not a medical advice. Therefore, we recommend that you consult a physician or physical therapist for a diagnosis or treatment. Always read the instructions before use and follow these instructions to get the most out of your product.

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