1. Check your current racket’s grip size. The bottom of your handle will list a number, typically 0 to 5. This number designates your grip size. In the United States, grip sizes are listed in inches while they are numbered in most other places, which is why your endcap might say “3” instead of “4 3/8” but really those are the same grip size!
If there is space between your finger and palm, the grip is too big. 2. If you don't have a ...
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Method 1: Using a Tennis Racquet to Find Your Tennis Grip Size. Start off by placing the tennis racquet in front of you on a flat surface. Place the crook in between your thumb and your index right on the tennis racket handle. An example of this is shown to the left. The tennis racket head should be facing horizontal as in the picture.
A tennis racquet’s grip size measures the circumference or distance around the handle, ...
Lay your racquet hand flat and measure from the bottom lateral crease - that's the crease that goes across your palm - to the tip of your index finger. measure tennis grip size in centimeter. You can measure in centimetres and millimetres or in inches.
Below would be in between 4 ¼ (Grip Size 2) and 4 3/8 (Grip Size 3) If you have a racquet handy (pun intended) but no measuring tool, here is another good way to get an estimated grip size. Pick up the racquet in a “hand shake” grip, if you can place your other index finger in the space between thumb and fingers then that grip size is probably a good place to start.
Standard adult tennis racquet grip sizes normally range between 4 ⅛ inches to 4 ⅝ inches, which measures the circumference or distance around the edge of the handle (please note that some countries may express the racquet grip size differently; please use the chart below for reference).
Over grips can’t fatten a grip effectively more than 1/8”, though, because each layer of over grip adds to the rounding-off of the bevel edges on your handle. Grip sizes between 4-1/8” and 4-5/8” are easy to find in adult racquets. Larger and smaller grips are made for some racquets, but not all.