What players use the head Radical?

Players like Andy Murray, Sloane Stephens and Taylor Fritz have all used the Radical over the years. Diego Schwartzman French Open 2020 Semi finalist also uses the Head Radical. Over twenty years later the Head Radical range is still going strong.

What is a good head size for tennis racquet?

between 95-110 square inches
1) Head size: Typically between 95-110 square inches. Larger heads, generate more power and have a larger sweet spot. Smaller head sizes offer more control. 2) Length: Adult rackets can be anything from 27-29 inches long, though most are nearer the lower end of the scale.

What is microgel tennis racquet?

About this item. Microgel technology offers stiffness and enables you to make aggressive shots packed with power on ball impact microgel uniformly distributes the impact load around the frame to reduce vibration. Microgel radical MP is great racquet for improving beginners and intermediate players.

What is a mid plus tennis racquet?

Midplus rackets are control oriented used by players who have prior experience and can give their own amount of power. 100 sq inches : At this point, you have a good balance between power and control. Pros as well as intermediates use 100 sq inch rackets depending on their game play.

Do pros use 16×19 or 18×20?

Pros found out long ago that poly in a 16×19 pattern gives you the control of a tight pattern with more power and spin. No real reason to play with 18×20 anymore.

How heavy is the head Radical?

11.7 oz
Comparing the racquet to others they’ve tried, our testers said:

Technical Specifications
Length 27 in 69 cm
Head Size 98 sq in 632 sq cm
Weight 11.7 oz 332 gm
Balance Point 12.75 in 32 cm 6pts Head Light

Is a lighter or heavier tennis racket better?

Some basic concepts – a heavy racket is more powerful, more stable and transmits less shock than a lighter racket (all other things being equal). A lighter racket is more maneuverable and thus, a player is able to swing it faster.

How do you know if a tennis racket fits you?

The best method for determining the grip size of a tennis racket is to measure the length between the tip of the ring finger (on your hitting hand) and the second line on your palm. This picture shows how to do this best. The measured length in ‘mm’ corresponds to the perimeter of the tennis racket handle.

What is my tennis grip size?

While the grip size is measured in inches, they are often converted into numbers ranging from Grip Size 0 to 5, or L0 to L5….Grip size conversion table.

European Grip size US Grip size in inches
0 (L0 or G0) 4 inches
1 (L1 or G1) 4 1/8 inches
2 (L2 or G2) 4 1/4 inches
3 (L3 or G3) 4 3/8 inches

What does L1 mean in a tennis racket?

Grip size conversion table

European Grip size US Grip size in inches
0 (L0 or G0) 4 inches
1 (L1 or G1) 4 1/8 inches
2 (L2 or G2) 4 1/4 inches
3 (L3 or G3) 4 3/8 inches

What do the numbers mean on tennis rackets?

The simple rule of thumb here is that the smaller number of strings in a tennis racket normally equates to more power and spin whereas a higher number of strings in a racket equates to more control and less spin. 16 main and 19 cross (16/19) is an average string pattern.

How big is a radical tennis racquet head?

Radical Lite 1 Weight (unstrung): 260 g / 9.2 oz 2 String pattern: 16/19 3 Head size: 660 cm² / 102 in² 4 Grip size: 0-5 5 Balance: 340 mm / even 6 Length: 685 mm / 27.0 in More

Which is the best head tennis racquet to buy?

I have been play-testing the new HEAD Graphene 360+ Speed Pro, and with an improvement in comfort, it is an excellent racquet for aggressive baseliners. The Speed plays quite close to the Radical, but the larger head size and slightly stiffer layup give you a boost in power and spin.

What’s the average size of a tennis racquet?

These days, the vast majority of tennis racquets will have head sizes that range somewhere between 85 – 110 in² (548 – 710 cm²). The most popular head sizes used today are 97, 98, and 100 in². There are three different categories for racquet head sizes, which roughly speaking coincide with the different types of tennis racquets.

What’s the radical line on a tennis racquet?

The Radical line of racquets is almost as iconic as the Prestige. It is still more about control than power, but with a slight increase in spin and power levels. Andre Agassi made the line famous in his days, and now the line is carried by Andy Murray and Sloane Stephens.