BRAND NEW Head Graphene 360+ Gravity Pro Tennis Racket, endorsed by Alexander Zverev, designed for the modern, aggressive player who want to dominate on court. The Head Gravity is a brand new frame, designed with a massive sweetspot, higher on the racket head where these modern players are hitting the ball. This large sweetsport allows players to get great power and very forgiving feel on every shot.
2 Toned colours with Teal colour on the front and hot lava colour on the back. The Gravity is the first Head tennis racket to feature Graphene 360+ technology, which combines Graphene 360 for the very best energy transfer as well as innovative spiralfibres for enhanced flexibility and great impact feel on every shot.
Due to the massive sweetspot there is huge power from the Head Gravity Pro, however the 18x20 string pattern helps to deliver brilliant control.
The Head Graphene 360+ Gravity Pro Tennis racquet, new for 2019, endorsed by Alexander Zverev, featuring a massive sweetspot, slightly higher than normal, with a 100sq in head, 20mm constant beam (very thin) and a 18 x 20 string pattern. It features a tear drop shaped design which gives the large sweetspot to deliver great power but 18 x 20 string pattern and thin 20mm beam give unrivalled control.
If you like the sound of this tennis racket but feel it may be a little too heavy, why not try the Head Graphene 360+ Gravity Tour 2019 at 305g.
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