Australian Open 2019 – Rackets Brands Shares in Singles Draw

All 256 players who will play in singles at Australian Open 2019 are known. And we know also the rackets they use. Here is our usual summary we publish before every Grand Slam tournament.

In men tennis, Wilson, Babolat, and Head are still the big 3 on the courts. Wilson is slightly increasing its lead over other brands.

A big change came in women tennis when Wilson overcome Babolat as the most used racket brand. Yonex is at safe 3rd place and Head is losing its share in favor of Dunlop and Prince.

To find out more about historical development and to put actual numbers and shares in context, read also our article: Historical development of Racket Brands Shares on previous Grand Slam tournaments.

read below: Australian Open 2019 Racket Brands Shares

Australian Open 2019 - Men's Singles Draw Rackets


Australian Open 2019 - Ladies Singles Draw Rackets


Do not forget to follow our Australian Open 2019 Notebook - continuously updated coverage of all events and scores at first Grand Slam Tournament of the season.


Check also actual shares of racket brands between ATP and WTA TOP 100 players here.



Posted in BLOG, Tennis Column and tagged , .

Tennis Pro Guru

Simon is the leading editor of from 2015. He is an avid tennis player from age of 5, however, he never reached the pro level. Still, he likes playing tennis on different courts, with different rackets, and against different opponents. In his free time, you can find him watching all possible tennis matches he can find on the web or tv. Challenger or Grand Slam? It does not matter, just tennis matters.

He currently plays with:
Racket: Wilson Clash 100
Strings: Babolat RPM Blast
Grip: Head Xtreme Soft
Shoes: Asics Gel Dedicate 7 (for hard outdoor and indoor courts) & Asics Gel-Game 5 Clay (for clay courts),
Balls: Dunlop Fort All Courts and Head Championship
Bag: Axiom Backpack

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.