Pros:Light, powerful,and stylish.
Cons:It is very hard to control.
The Bottom Line: Overall this racket Is good for beginners.
This racket is great for someone starting to play tennis for their first time. It has a 16\19 string pattern and it is very light. This racket would be suitable for children or for the elderly because it is light and it has a lot of power. This racket would not be suitable for more advanced players because it does not offer that much control, it is also very hard to out spin on this racquet. Head is a very good company that has been making tennis racket for a long time. Many pros use their rackets including, Andy Murray, Novak Djocovic, Andre Agassi, and Robin Soderling. My experience using this racket has been good, but going into high school I wanted something with a little bit more control. This racket is most suitable with poly or co-poly strings because it would help control, and put more spin on the ball. If you are thinking about getting into tennis this is a very good first choice for a tennis racket because it offer great power and that will help little kids that are barely starting out in tennis.Another reason this is a good choice for beginners is because the head size is one hundred and fifteen square inches, that a very big head. A big head is not bad tough, it helps beginners make contact with the ball. Because the racket is so light, you should add some lead tape to the head or the bottom of the racket depending on your personal preference, this can help add to the power of the racket. This can also make it be head light or head heavy. This racket does not play well because, although it is light it feels very heavy and sluggish at net. I would prefer a smaller head size for those who want to play at net, if this applies to you go with a head microgek radical.
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