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Wilson Tour 110 Tennis rackets reduced £10.00 Tesco in store only

£10.00 @ Tesco Direct
Tesco have reduced Wilson tennis rackets, few different sizes. The one pictured above is £20 elsewhere. Adult Grip L3 Tour 110. Kids ones £9.50 each (not pictured) Sizes 21" (5-6yrs) 23" (… Read More
IsaY Avatar
10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
Tesco have reduced Wilson tennis rackets, few different sizes. The one pictured above is £20 elsewhere.

Adult Grip L3 Tour 110.

Kids ones £9.50 each (not pictured)

Sizes
21" (5-6yrs)
23" (7-8 yrs)
25" (9-10yrs)
seen in store.

Not these prices on website.

Good price for beginners racquets. Paid £17 in store sports direct for 23" version 2 weeks ago for son.
IsaY Avatar
10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
http://www.sportsdirect.com/wilson-tour-junior-tennis-racket-744111?colcode=74411144

Link for details of the kids one.

Adults one:

http://www.sportsdirect.com/wilson-tour-110-tennis-racket-741071?colcode=74107144

These were seen in Tesco Arena store in Coventry

Edited By: IsaY on Aug 06, 2016 05:21: Missed information
#2
Also £12 for white from sports direct http://www.sportsdirect.com/wilson-tour-110-tennis-racket-741144?colcode=74114461

Would not recommend if you are thinking of playing tennis regularly. Even spending just £6 more will get you something alot better. Ok for the odd hit I guess.
#3
shareef
Also £12 for white from sports direct http://www.sportsdirect.com/wilson-tour-110-tennis-racket-741144?colcode=74114461

Would not recommend if you are thinking of playing tennis regularly. Even spending just £6 more will get you something alot better. Ok for the odd hit I guess.


Any suggestions?
My sons just started since Wimbledon, started with this as it might just be a phase and didn't wanna shell out a decent amount if he was only gonna play a couple games.

What's a better option for £16 -£20 range for child and adult if he starts playing more often?
#4
IsaY
shareef
Also £12 for white from sports direct http://www.sportsdirect.com/wilson-tour-110-tennis-racket-741144?colcode=74114461
Would not recommend if you are thinking of playing tennis regularly. Even spending just £6 more will get you something alot better. Ok for the odd hit I guess.
Any suggestions?
My sons just started since Wimbledon, started with this as it might just be a phase and didn't wanna shell out a decent amount if he was only gonna play a couple games.
What's a better option for £16 -£20 range for child and adult if he starts playing more often?

A racket which is in one piece is generally sturdier and better than these ones with a plastic "yoke" ( the bottom of the egg face of the racket, on good rackets its not a seprate piece, the egg shape is one piece). Also better rackets do not have seprate bars tracking into the handle. For an adult you would want one slightly heavier.
#5
shareef
IsaY
shareef
Also £12 for white from sports direct http://www.sportsdirect.com/wilson-tour-110-tennis-racket-741144?colcode=74114461
Would not recommend if you are thinking of playing tennis regularly. Even spending just £6 more will get you something alot better. Ok for the odd hit I guess.
Any suggestions?
My sons just started since Wimbledon, started with this as it might just be a phase and didn't wanna shell out a decent amount if he was only gonna play a couple games.
What's a better option for £16 -£20 range for child and adult if he starts playing more often?

A racket which is in one piece is generally sturdier and better than these ones with a plastic "yoke" ( the bottom of the egg face of the racket, on good rackets its not a seprate piece, the egg shape is one piece). Also better rackets do not have seprate bars tracking into the handle. For an adult you would want one slightly heavier.


I'm struggling to find one for £6 more which matches ur description. Could u post a link to one please. Thanks
#6
IsaY
shareef
IsaY
shareef
Also £12 for white from sports direct http://www.sportsdirect.com/wilson-tour-110-tennis-racket-741144?colcode=74114461
Would not recommend if you are thinking of playing tennis regularly. Even spending just £6 more will get you something alot better. Ok for the odd hit I guess.
Any suggestions?
My sons just started since Wimbledon, started with this as it might just be a phase and didn't wanna shell out a decent amount if he was only gonna play a couple games.
What's a better option for £16 -£20 range for child and adult if he starts playing more often?
A racket which is in one piece is generally sturdier and better than these ones with a plastic "yoke" ( the bottom of the egg face of the racket, on good rackets its not a seprate piece, the egg shape is one piece). Also better rackets do not have seprate bars tracking into the handle. For an adult you would want one slightly heavier.
I'm struggling to find one for £6 more which matches ur description. Could u post a link to one please. Thanks

http://www.sportsdirect.com/dunlop-fusion-tour-racket-742018?colcode=74201852
#7
shareef
IsaY
shareef
IsaY
shareef
Also £12 for white from sports direct http://www.sportsdirect.com/wilson-tour-110-tennis-racket-741144?colcode=74114461
Would not recommend if you are thinking of playing tennis regularly. Even spending just £6 more will get you something alot better. Ok for the odd hit I guess.
Any suggestions?
My sons just started since Wimbledon, started with this as it might just be a phase and didn't wanna shell out a decent amount if he was only gonna play a couple games.
What's a better option for £16 -£20 range for child and adult if he starts playing more often?
A racket which is in one piece is generally sturdier and better than these ones with a plastic "yoke" ( the bottom of the egg face of the racket, on good rackets its not a seprate piece, the egg shape is one piece). Also better rackets do not have seprate bars tracking into the handle. For an adult you would want one slightly heavier.
I'm struggling to find one for £6 more which matches ur description. Could u post a link to one please. Thanks

http://www.sportsdirect.com/dunlop-fusion-tour-racket-742018?colcode=74201852


Thanks, I was looking under intermediate rackets on sports direct but this one is under beginners. Says for intermediate users in product description tho. I see ur point about the construction in 1 piece.
#8
I wouldn't use sports directs categories, they are meaningless. Just view all rackets and see what's in your price range.

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