Oversize racquets can get lost in the tennis industry today. Although manufacturers produce many different types of oversize racquets, most players don’t know which one to choose. This blog is here to help you find that perfect oversize racquet!
HEAD’s new Speed Line includes the Pro, MP, MP Lite, S, and Lite models. They have updated their Graphene Touch technology from the previous generation and created all new molds featuring Graphene 360. Instead of the focus on a polarized weight distribution (weight in the grip and tip), Graphene 360 is located in the shaft and throughout the hoop to improve stability and increase energy return. HEAD made an effort to make the popular Speed Series more comfortable and solid at contact.
Head adds the MxG 1 and the MxG 7 to their MxG series of racquets. The 1 is the most control oriented MxG racquet to date and features a mid-plus head size with a flat beam design. The 7 is the most powerful frame in the MxG catalog and has an expansive super-oversize head, and an extra-long 27.6 inch length.
When HEAD refreshed their iconic Prestige racquet line in January, they added a Tour to go along with the Mid, MP, and Pro. The tour features the Prestige but in a more manageable weight, and head size. Maybe I am finally good enough to use a Prestige!
Top Six Synthetic-Gut Strings for 2018 For many years players have loved using Synthetic-Gut strings. Synthetic Gut is typically a value string that is most economical for its comfort and durability. This string has gotten a bad rap over the