What is immediately apparent from the first look is how far apart the main strings are in the sweet spot. For example, The Speed MP, and Radical MP both have 16×19 string patterns, but string spacing of the mains is much tighter. The extra space between the main strings allows the ball to sink deeper in to the string bed, enabling more spin and power. Though HEAD has an abundance of 100 square inch racquets, what further separates the Extreme series is the thin 21 mm beam at the throat, which transitions to a wider 23/26 mm beam in the hoop.
In today’s game, string patterns are the most changed part on a tennis racquet. Racquet manufacturers have always studied string patterns to see how they affect a racquet during play. Check out this guide to learn more about which string pattern can fit your game.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the HEAD Radical tennis racquet, HEAD has a few releases for the die hard tennis fan and collectors. Andre Agassi carried the banner for the Radical series from 1993 to his retirement in 2006, and no iteration of the racquet is more iconic than the “Bumble Bee” from 1993. Don’t forget about the Sprint SF!!!!!!
Tecnifibre’s T-Fight line has been around for a decade now and this year, the line features brand new styling courtesy of Tecnifibre’s new partner: Lacoste. The updated series looks stellar and sophisticated with many new technologies to upgrade your game. See why tour players like Jeremy Chardy, Daniil Medvedev, and Aljaz Bedene upgraded to the new T-Fight XTC 305.
Whether you are a player just starting out or a veteran to the game, vibration dampeners are a matter of personal preference. This blog is here to help you decide if you should use one.