Head Boom MP vs Pro

Similar to the Wilson Clash Rackets, the Head Boom MP and the Head Boom Pro tennis rackets are mainly aimed at recreational players as both rackets offer easy access to power and spin.

Head launched the Boom MP and Boom Pro in early 2022 with the aim of filling a gap they saw in the market for a racket range that offered easy power and spin so that recreational players could hit their balls with confidence.

The lighter of the two rackets, the Boom MP is endorsed by Coco Gauff while the Boom Pro is endorsed by Lorenzo Musetti.

Head Boom MP vs Pro

Head Boom MP vs Pro

For this comparison, I will be using the 2022 Version of both the Head Boom MP (or “BMP”) and Boom Pro (or “BPro”).

Racket Specs

Specs:Boom MPBoom Pro
Version:2022 (Version 1)2022 (Version 1)
Racket:Head BoomHead Boom
Head Size:100in98in
Strung Weight:315g (11.1oz)329g (11.6oz)
Balance:5 pts HL6 pts HL
Frame Stiffness:64 RA66 RA
Beam Width:23.5mm / 24.5mm / 23.5mm22.5mm / 22.5mm / 22mm
Control Power Index (CPI)600400
Colors:Black and CoralBlack and Coral
String Pattern:16 x 1916 x 19
String Tension Range:21-26kg / 48-58lb21-26kg / 48-58lb
Price:Check Price on AmazonCheck Price on Amazon

Head Size and Length

The BMP has a slightly bigger head size (100in) than the BPro (98in). Both rackets have a length of 27 inches which is the standard length for most adult rackets.

Strung Weight and Swing Weight

As you would expect the BPro is the heavier of the two rackets coming in at approximately 329g strung.

This seems to be the sweet spot in terms of the strung weight for a lot of rackets aimed at intermediate to advanced male players e.g. Clash 98.

The BMP has a lighter frame at 315g strung so it is probably a better option for female tennis players.

In terms of swing weight, again, the BPro has a slightly higher swing weight (325g) when compared with the BMP (318g).


Both rackets have a head light (or “HL”) balance with the BPro being slightly more HL (6 pts HL) than the BMP (5 pts HL).

Stiffness Rating

Although the stiffness rating of the BMP and BPro is higher than arm friendly rackets like the Wilson Clash range of rackets, they are still relatively arm friendly rackets as I haven’t heard of anyone having issues so far.

Beam Width

The BMP has a thicker beam width than the BPro so this makes it easier to generate power. However, the thinner beam width on the BPro will mean it is better in terms of control.

Control Power Index (or “CPI”)

CPI or Control Power Index is a metric used by Head to measure the power potential of a tennis racket. The higher the CPI number the more powerful the racket will be.

The BMP has a CPI of 600 while the BPro has a CPI of 400 so it will be easier to generate power with the BMP.

With a CPI of 600, the BMP would be similar to the Gravity S, Speed MP L, and Extreme MP in terms of power

The BPro would be similar to Prestige MP, Gravity MP, Radical MP, and Extreme Pro which also have a CPI of 400.

String Pattern

Both rackets have a 16 x 19 string pattern.

The 16 x 19 string pattern is my preferred string pattern as I like the extra topspin I can get on my shots.