Head Speed tennis racquets
The fast swinging Speeds offer the best of both worlds and are a good fit for all-court players looking for control, power and spin. Endorsed by one of the best players on the ATP Tour, Novak Djokovic, they offer the speed and spin of a modern player’s racquet.
Also question is, who plays with Head racket?
Many players on the ATP and WTA tours of today and tomorrow, such as Novak Djokovic, Alexander Zverev, Maria Sharapova, Marin Čilić, Sloane Stephens, Bianca Andreescu and Richard Gasquet have chosen Head racquets in order to perform at such a high level.
Keeping this in view, what is best tennis racquet for intermediate?
We reviewed each racquet in more detail below.
- Wilson Clash 100 – Best Overall Intermediate Racquet.
- Babolat Pure Drive – Best Advanced Racquet.
- Yonex Ezone 100 – Best for Power.
- Head Graphene 360 Instinct MP – Maria Sharapova’s Racquet.
- Head Graphene 360+ Gravity Tour – Best for Control.
Who Uses Head Radical?
The Radical name is an iconic range in tennis and has been since Andre Agassi first used the original way back in the 1990s. Players like Andy Murray, Sloane Stephens and Taylor Fritz have all used the Radical over the years. Diego Schwartzman French Open 2020 Semi finalist also uses the Head Radical.
You can expect to pay between $80 and $230 for a Head racquet.
The Proximus Diamond Games tennis racquet is actually a prize but it still tops the list with an estimated worth of a whopping $1.3 million. This practical/prize tennis racquet is made from pure gold and weighs 8.8 pounds. Apart from this, it is also studded with around 1,700 real diamonds.
Ideally, you should choose a racket with a larger head size. A racket with a larger head size will have a larger sweet spot. This is the area in the middle of the racket where you want to hit your shots. Having a larger sweet spot is useful for beginners, because your technique is still developing.
When choosing a racket, there are three elements which affect power and control: headsize, weight, and string pattern.
- Larger Headsize = More Power; Smaller Headsize = More Control.
- Lighter Racket = More Power; Heavier Racket = More Control.
- Open Stringbed = More Power; Denser Stringbed = More Control.
The HEAD Tennis Graphene 360 Speed tennis racket
With the new HEAD Graphene 360 Speed racket, HEAD has come tantalisingly close to perfection. The tennis rackets in the new series have been optimised from the inside out.
Head Graphene 360+ Speed Pro