Men’s top ten
- Novak Djokovic – Head Graphene 360 Speed Pro.
- Rafael Nadal – Babolat Pure Aero 2019.
- Roger Federer – Wilson Pro Staff RF97 Autograph.
- Alexander Zverev – Head Graphene 360 Speed MP.
- Juan Martin Del Potro – Wilson Burn FST 95.
- Kevin Anderson – Dunlop Srixon CX 200 Tour.
Considering this, are Pro Kennex racquets good?
The ProKennex Ki Q+ 5X Pro is an excellent racquet for players looking for extra power without sacrificing comfort. … The racquet is also very stable on volleys, but I did struggle somewhat on touch shots. Powerful racquets tend to be more difficult to “feel” and I think this is the case also with this ProKennex racquet.
Then, what racket head size do pros use?
Racquet heads range between 85-125 square inches. The spectrum is often broken down into mid-size (85-90), mid-plus (95-100), over-size (101-110) and super-oversize (111-125). Many touring pros play with mid-size and mid-plus racquets because of the level of control that they get.
What rackets do the best tennis players use?
Before we get into the reviews, here is the list of the 6 best tennis racquets.
- Babolat Pure Drive – Best Overall Tennis Racquet.
- Head Graphene 360+ Speed Pro – Most Balanced Racquet (used by Novak Djokovic)
- Wilson Blade 98 v7 Racquet – Best for Comfort (version of Serena William’s Racquet)
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Tour Star Andreas Seppi plays Pro Kennex on tour, and has wins over Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, and Juan Martin Del Potro.
Head vs Yonex comparison is very interesting. In Men professional tennis Head is a strong second brand trying to overcome Wilson. Yonex sits satisfied at fourth place in popularity on ATP tour. However, among WTA professionals Yonex retakes the third position from Head and is on the move.
As the inventor of tennis string, Babolat is an enduring brand that has developed an extremely loyal following for its racquets across multiple racquet sports, including tennis, badminton, and, more recently, paddle.