Do you combine shipping of multiple items?
Yes we combine shipping up to three items per package. Just pay additional $3.00 each for second and third item for shipment within the US mainland and $5.00 each for international buyers
How do you evaluate or rate used tennis racquets?
We used an evaluation system based on the scale of A to F or Mint to Poor condition. Here are the details;
A - Mint Condition, used but no scratches on the head frame, only few ball marking on the string.
B- Near Mint condition, used and few scratches in the head frame not more than three and no marking or stain in throat or shaft of the racquet.
C- Excellent, few scratches on the head frame and marking or stain in the throat or shaft of the racquet.
D - Good Condition - scratches, blemishes, or marking are visible with the racquet. Frame shows weakness and the grip has wear and tear, but still playable.
E. - Fair - the whole frame shows dis-colorization, heavy and deep scratches but frame still good for playing.
F - Poor and worthless for playing, the frame has cracked or structural damage like warping or bending.
How important is it to consider the weight in buying tennis racquet?
It is very important because it dictates your game. To determine the weight distribution of the racquet, balance the racquet at its vertical midpoint. If the head sways down, the head frame is heavy and thus the racquet is called head heavy racquet. If the handle sways down, it is head light racquet. Head heavy racquet requires more swing weight while head light racquet requires lesser swing weight. To simplify, heavy racquet with light head is good. Light racquet with heavy head is bad.
Why do you sell old tennis racquets?
As a beneficiary of wonderful opportunities given by this game, Vinteras would like to pay it back to the community and to the people who love and will love the game by selling our personal collections at reasonable price. A percentage of our sale also helps our annual tennis program with teenagers in recovery and with inner city kids.
What is the no. 1 selling wood tennis racquet?
In my opinion, the #1 selling wood tennis racquet and the all- time classic favorite would be Wilson Jack Kramer Autograph, followed by Dunlop Maxply, Wilson Chris Evert Autograph and Wilson Billie Jean King Autograph.
Can you give the Weight, SwWeight, HL points of the ff. Pro kennex, black ace, Dominator, Dunlop Blue Max ?
Remember those racquet where made before the introduction of this specifications and therefore they are not available or not specified in the racquet frame, however, World Tennis Magazine reviewed some of this racquet and new WT Lab Numbers were affixed in 1984; Dunlop Black Max (wt, stiffnes, stability,power) 12.42oz.,4,5,5,. Pro Kennex Black Ace, 13.5 oz.,5,5,4. Pro Kennex Graphite Dominator 12.63 oz.,5,7,7,. These numbers are already very confusing for an average player, how much more for the other specifications.