Unfortunately, yes, that grip size will be too large for a 14-year-old, sorry to be the bearer of bad news. If you didn’t stumble upon my guide for kids racquets , I’d encourage you to check it out – it should have everything you need to make sure the next one you buy is a perfect fit.
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Grip size for junior players is fairly universal relative to adults. 4 inches is the average ...
Junior rackets 26-inches in length will have a 4-inch grip size. Junior rackets shorter than 26-inches will have a 3-7/8 grip size. If the grip is not a perfect fit for the child, often the best you can do is to get a racquet that’s fairly close and then use over grip to adjust thickness.
Try out a grip size of about 3 and ¾ inches. For children ages 6 to 8 and/or 3 foot 11 inches to 4 foot 6 inches should use a 23 inch frame. If your child is over 4 foot 2 inches, consider a 25 inch frame with about a 100 square inch head (or more). This size is good if your child is getting closer to
For example, 5-year-olds are going to use a 19” junior racquet. Ages 5-8 are going to need a 21” or 23” racquet depending on how tall they are for their age. And 9-10-year-olds are going to want a 25” racquet. If your child is 10+ then a 26” racquet is required.
26 inches (66cm) It should be noted here that the ages of the child are approximate. Every child is different. We’ve all seen 5-year-olds the height of 10-year-olds and vice-versa. Once your child crosses 5ft 1″ (about 1m 55cm) or so, you should look at adult size rackets – starting at 27 inches long.