Top 5 Online Tennis Stores

Too Many Rackets
2 min readDec 9, 2022


There are literally hundreds of options when it comes to buying rackets, strings, shoes, balls, ball machines, and other apparel online so I thought I would compile a list of what I believe to be the top 5 online tennis stores.

Top Online Stores

1. Tennis-Warehouse

Tennis-Warehouse was started by Drew Munster in 1992 and since then has grown to be one of the biggest online racket sports stores in the world.

They sell pretty much everything you could need to play tennis and they carry all the big brands like Babolat, Head, and Wilson.

Their main focus is the US but they also operate separate online stores for Europe and Australia.

They also have an excellent YouTube channel where they playtest the latest rackets and strings as well as having one of the biggest online forums called Talk Tennis.

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2. Tennis-Point (Midwest Sports)

Tennis-Point is another large online store with a global reach after it acquired the American company Midwest Sports in 2021.

They offer a wide range of rackets, clothing, shoes, bags, and other gear as well as helpful gear guides for top players on the ATP and WTA Tours.

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3. Tennis Express

Tennis Express is a US only store that sells the latest gear from big sports brands like Addidas, Babolat, and Nike.

They also have an excellent racket demo program where you can demo up to three rackets at a time for up to one week.

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4. Tennis Plaza

Tennis Plaza is one of the top online retailers in the United States with a wide selection of rackets, shoes, apparel, strings, bags, balls, grips, and other gear to choose from.

They also sell gear for other racket sports such as pickleball and paddleball.

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5. Do It Tennis

Do It Tennis started in San Marcos, California, and has been selling rackets, apparel, and other gear online since 2005.

Like many of the other shops on this list, they offer a wide range of gear for sale from apparel to strings and everything else in between.

Unlike some other US-based online shops, they deliver worldwide.

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