Taylor Townsend Switches To Head Racquets

Taylor Townsend appears to have dropped Dunlop and moved to Head racquets. She has been using the Head Radical racquets in her recent matches.

Townsend was the the number 1 ranked junior in the world in 2012. Though she reached a peak singles ranking of 61 in the WTA tour, she struggled to produce consistent results. The USTA refused to support her because of her weight. But Townsend hired coaches on her own and competed on the tour.

She found better success in doubles. She reached the semifinals at the 2020 US Open with American partner Asia Muhammad.

Taylor Townsend, who took a maternity break from tennis, won an ITF title last week. While she was away from the tour, she was an analyst for the Tennis Channel.

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Brands Endorsed By Anhelina Kalinina

Ukrainian tennis star  Anhelina Kalinina has struggled to break through in major tournaments after being very successful on the ITF tour. She broke into the Top 50 rankings in 2022.

As a junior, she won the girls’ doubles title at the Australian Open with Elizaveta Kulichkova. She reached the final at the junior US Open final the same year, where she lost to Marie Bouzková.

Kalinina trained at the Empire Academy in Trnava, Slovakia, with Vladimir Platenik, Dinara Safina’s previous coach. She considers hard court as her favorite surface. She has earned $2 million in her career. Her sponsors are Nike and Yonex.

Anhelina Kalinina’s Sponsors


Kalinina has a clothing and shoe sponsorship contract with Nike.


She has a racquet sponsorship deal with Yonex

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