Learn More About Menís Tennis Racquets, Gear and Apparel
Experience all-around performance in your next match with top-quality menís tennis apparel, equipment and gear designed to deliver results.
Discover tennis racquets that provide the right blend of power and spin. Turn to lightweight, breathable apparel that never weighs you down. Pull on tennis footwear that offers a buoyant, comfortable feel as you move.
Find everything you need to play at your best, from nets and court equipment, to multi-packs of tennis balls, string, grips, wristbands and much more.
Gain power on the court with breakthrough menís tennis equipment and clothing. Look to top brands Babolat®, Wilson®, Prince®, Nike®, Under Armour®, and more for the tennis gear your game needs.
The right menís tennis equipment is the difference-maker for your match.
Always be prepared. Look great under pressure in sleek-fitting, lightweight shirts and shorts that provide complete mobility without unneeded weight.
Never let them see you sweat. Wear wristbands and headbands designed with moisture-wicking technology to draw perspiration off your skin, keeping you dry and focused on the game. Shield the sunís glare with visors and sunglasses and choose tennis balls designed to match the skills of beginning to advanced players.
In your footwear, consider plush cushioning that doesnít add extra weight in your shoe. Look for a shoe that has limited traction and supports your foot, absorbs shock and delivers spring in all directions on the court.
Beginners to the sport should choose a prestrung tennis racquet with an oversized head and designed for a short and compact swing type. Unstrung racquets with smaller head sizes, lighter compositions and design that match a long and fast swing type are suited for more experienced players.
Ensure your racquet comes with a comfortable grip. Determine which grip size fits your hand by measuring the distance between the tip of your ring finger and the middle crease on your palm. View the DICKíS Sporting Goods racquet sizing chart.
Tennis balls have a short life span. Choose between extra duty tennis balls, which are often used while playing on hard courts, or regular-duty felt for clay courts.
Choosing the right tennis balls depends on your playing location. Regular duty tennis balls are ideal for clay and indoor courts and pick up less dirt and sediment. Extra duty tennis balls are designed for hard courts and have longer durability.