The Wilson Blade 98 and Head Gravity Pro are both very popular with advanced recreational players as they offer a good mix of power, spin, and control. The Blade 98 is endorsed by tennis pros like Stefanos Tsitsipas, Simona Halep, and Emma Raducanu while the Gravity Pro is endorsed by Alexander Zverev and Andrey Rublev.
The Head Gravity Pro and the Head Radical Pro are two of the most popular Head tennis rackets, so we thought we would compare the two rackets to see which might be better for the average beginner, intermediate and advanced player. The Gravity Pro is endorsed by ATP players Alexander Zverev and Andrey Rublev while
The Wilson Clash 100 and the Head Speed MP are both good all round tennis rackets that suit recreational/club players looking for a tennis racket that offers a good mix of power, spin, and control. The Speed MP is endorsed by tennis pros Jannik Sinner, Bianca Andreescu, and Karolina Muchova while the Clash 100 is
The Head Speed Pro and Babolat Pure Strike are both popular rackets that are aimed more at the intermediate to advanced tennis player. One reason these rackets are so popular is because of the tennis pros that endorse them with the Speed Pro being endorsed by world number 1 Novak Djokovic and the Pure Strike
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
The Head Speed Pro and Head Gravity Pro are two of Head’s top selling tennis rackets that are very popular with recreational tennis players. This article will compare the two rackets in terms of their specs, as well as recommend which of these rackets is better for certain player types and playing styles. One of
The Novak Djokovic Racket (Head Speed Pro 2022) is very popular amongst recreational players who want to emulate the man who has won over 20 Grand Slam Singles Titles. I have published the below guide with the aim of helping you understand what racket Novak Djokovic actually plays with on the ATP tour and whether