We have squash gear stocked across all our centres and is combined under the Racquet Shop banner.
Wimbledon Sports, Western Australia’s oldest Specialist Tennis and Squash shop joined forces with the largest Squash Centre and Pro Shop in Australia, Squashworld Mirrabooka, to create a new Tennis and Squash superstore, The Racquet Shop!
For years both shops have provided a great range of Tennis and Squash Equipment respectively, but most importantly great advice! Since October 2014 we also have a location at the newly renovated Squashworld Cambridge in Wembley. Also in 2016 we opened our first south of the river location in Brentwood at Squashworld Brentwood next to Blue Gum Park Tennis Club.
Order online, or if in Perth come down to our store and speak to one of our friendly and experienced staff. Try your Tennis or Squash racquet on one of our courts to really get a feel for it and ensure you are making the right choice.
We also offer a comprehensive Stringing service at ALL Perth locations using the Wilson Baiardo Stringing machine as used in both the US and Australian Open Tennis tournaments. We have a huge range of String options with experienced stringers in Squash, Tennis and Badminton.
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At Squashworld we are proud to be able to say we use the BEST stringing machines in the world!
Our experienced team of Stringers love the fact they get to work on the latest model Wilson Baiardo, the same machine used at both the Australian and US Open Tennis tournaments, there is simply no better machine available.
With it’s Electronically calibrated Constant Pull Tensioning System, the Wilson Baiardo will guarantee to provide the exact tension with every pull, and it’s 6 point mounting system will ensure that there is the least possible stress to the frame of your racquet while restringing.
We restring squash, tennis and badminton racquets.
Combined with our enormous range of string options, you can be assured your racquet will play better than when it was new after a restring at Squashworld.