Many men looking for tennis racquets will find themselves choosing between a size 3 (4 3/8 in) and size 4 (4 1/2 in) grip. If you’re on the fence between the two, I’d encourage you to go with 4 3/8 because it’s much easier to build up a grip than reduce it and the difference between the two is only 1/8 inch or 3.2 mm.
5 (L5 or G5) 4 5/8 inches. There are two ways you can measure your grip size. A rough way of finding out is by holding a racket in your normal forehand grip. If the racket is of the correct grip size, the distance between your palm and longest finger should approximately be the width of a finger (pictured below).
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There are a couple of ways of ensuring you have the right grip size. You'll need a ruler or tape measure for the first method. 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.
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.
Once you are holding the racket correctly, place the pinky finger of your other hand in the space between your ring finger and the palm of your hand. The pinky finger should fit snugly into this space. If your grip is too tight to accommodate your pinky finger, the grip size of that racket is too small for your hand.
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Most adult height juniors have grip sizes of 0, 1, or 2; Women players have grip sizes of 1, 2, or 3; Men players have grip sizes of 3 or 4; Big hands have grip size of 5. If all these details give you information overload, better consult tennis pros to help you determine the tennis racket size that suits you.