Barbora Krejcikova is a Czech professional player on the WTA Tour who has been ranked as high as number two in the singles rankings, with her biggest achievement to date being the 2021 French Open singles title.
Below you will find out what racket Barbora plays with, along with details on her string setup and specs.
What Racket Does Barbora Krejcikova play with?
Barbora Krejcikova currently plays with the Head Extreme MP and has done so for the past number of years.
Along with Barbora, the Head Extreme MP is also endorsed by several pros including Matteo Berrettini, Richard Gasquet, Jan-Lennard Struff, and Svetlana Kuznetsova, and is available to buy in most good online tennis shops.
It is also available on Amazon and if you purchase the Extreme MP by clicking on the button below, you will be helping the blog as I will earn a small commission at no extra cost to you.
Head Extreme MP Specs (Retail Version)
|Head Extreme MP
|16 x 19
|3 pts HL
|23mm / 26mm / 21mm
|Low – Medium
The Head Extreme MP has a 100in head size, a head light balance, and a 16 x 19 string pattern.
It is a relatively heavy frame at 318g strung so is best used
The racket has an average stiffness rating so it would not be considered particularly arm friendly.
The specs detailed above are for the retail version of Krejcikova’s racket but It is likely that her actual frame is customized somewhat.
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Does Barbora Krejcikova play with a Vibration Dampener?
Yes, like lots of other professional players on the men’s and women’s tours, Barbora plays with a vibration dampener on her strings.
For a list of WTA Pro players that use a vibration dampener, check out our article on which tennis pros use dampeners.
How does Barbora Krejcikova string his Tennis Racket?
Who should buy the Head Extreme MP?
The Head Extreme MP is a good option for intermediate to advanced players who are looking for a racket that offers a good balance between power, spin, and control.
However, if are a beginner player who is looking for a racket that looks and feels similar to Barbora Krejcikova’s frame then I think the regular Head Graphene 360+ Extreme Lite is a better option for the average beginner.