Tennis Racket - Midplus

Collection of scaled elevation drawings of Midplus Tennis Racket measured with length, head size, depth, and width

A Tennis Racket is the primary piece of equipment needed to play tennis. There is a handle that is connected to a neck that joins a roughly elliptical frame that holds a network of tightly pulled strings. In the first 100 years of modern tennis, the rackets were made of wood, and the strings were made of animal gut.

Through most of the 20th century, laminated wood rackets were more commonly used, and then metal and composites of carbon graphite, ceramics, and lighter metals like titanium were introduced. The strings now are made of a synthetic material that match the feel of gut, but with added durability.

The Midplus Tennis Racket has a length between 27”-27.5” (68.6-69.9 cm), width of 10.625” (27 cm), and racket frame depth of .625” (15.9 mm). The head size of a Midplus Tennis Racket is 96-105 in² | 619-677 cm²
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Details

*Under Development*

Height: 
Width:
10.625” | 27 cm
Depth:
.625” | 15.9 mm
Length:
27”-27.5” | 68.6-69.9 cm
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Weight:


Midplus Head Size: 96-105 in² | 619-677 cm²

Materials: Wood (traditional) or composite materials (titanium alloys, ceramics, carbon fiber, fiberglass, graphite)

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Properties

Drawings include:
Tennis Racket (Midplus) front, side

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Tennis is a competitive sport where single players (singles) or pairs of players (doubles) use rackets to hit a felt covered rubber ball over a central net onto the opponent’s court. Points are scored by hitting the tennis ball over the net in a way that the opponent is not able to return it.


Tennis Ball
2.575”-2.7” | 6.54-6.86 cm (Diameter)
3D
View of a Tennis Ball in 3D available for download
Tennis Net
36” | 91.4 cm (Center); 42” | 106.7 cm (Net Post)
3D
3D model of a Tennis Net viewed in perspective