Head Gravity Tennis Racquets Review

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Tennisfansite Intro

Head’s Graphene 360+ Gravity line of racquets has racquets for players at all levels. Head Gravity Pro is the heaviest. In addition,  Gravity racquet line includes Gravity MP, and MP Lite, S, and Lite options.  MP and MP Lite models offer more control, S and Lite models offer more power.

All Head Gravity racquets include Graphene 360+ technology which combines HEAD’s signature Graphene 360 technology, which is optimized for energy transfer, with spiral fibers for enhanced flex. All racquets have low flex ratings and are easy on your elbow and arm.

Head Gravity Pro Racquet 

Head Gravity Pro racquet has plenty to like for intermediate to advanced players. The racquet has a forgiving 100 sq. in head that will allow you to hit the ball with confidence and not worry about mishits. The dense 18 x 20 string pattern gives you excellent control and feel.

Head Gravity Pro is easy on the arm with a stiffness rating of 62.  It’s great to see a good racquet that is arm-friendly. Racquet makers have been coming out with stiffer racquets in recent years, which has exacerbated tennis elbow problems among tennis players. 

Head Gravity Pro’s 11.7 oz string weight and 332 swing weight gives you enough mass to drive and redirect your groundstrokes from the baseline. The racquet has enough mass to both attack the ball and to block or redirect pace from the baseline.

At the net, the large sweet spot, combined with the great feel of the racquet allows to accurately tackle the volleys. The racquet doesn’t flutter and holds its own against fast incoming balls. For those who like to hit swing volleys, the racquet offers good control on your shots.

The racquet is great for hitting powerful flat serves with control. The slice serves also work well with this racquet. 

Pros
Stability
Control
Arm-friendly

Cons
Lower launch angle


Specifications
Head Size: 100 sq in (645 sq cm)
Length:  27 in (69 cm)
Weight: 11.7 oz (332 gm)
Balance Point: 12.75 in (32 cm) 6pts Head Light
Construction 20mm/20mm/20mm
Composition: Graphene 360+/Graphite
String Pattern: 18×20
Flex Rating: 62 
Swing Weight:  332 

Head Gravity MP Racquet

MP  racquets have a 100 sq. in. head weighs 11.0 oz. It has a 16 x 20 string pattern is a great option for intermediate to advanced players.


Specifications
Head Size: 100 sq. in 
Length: 27 inches
Weight: 11.2 oz (318 g) 
Balance: 13in (33.02cm)  4 pts HL
Beam Width: 23mm / 23mm / 23mm
Composition: Graphene 360+ / Graphite
Flex Rating: 64
String Pattern: 16×20
Swing Weight: 328

Head MP Lite Racquet 

MP lite racquets weigh only 10.5 oz but share most of the features of the Gravity MP racquet. If you are looking for a more maneuverable racquet, MP Lite is a great choice.

Specifications
Head Size: 100 sq. in 
Length: 27 inches
Weight: 10.3 oz (292 g) 
Balance: 13.38in (33.99cm) 1 pts HL
Beam Width: 23mm / 23mm / 23mm
Composition: Graphene 360+ / Graphite
Flex Rating: 64
String Pattern: 16×19
Swing Weight: 313

Head Gravity S Racquet

It has a big sweet spot (104 sq. in.) and weighs only 10.7 oz making it a great choice for beginner to intermediate players. The racquet has a 16×20 string pattern that gives you good power and feel.

Specifications
Head Size: 104 in( 671 cm)
Length:  27 in (69 cm)
Weight:10.6oz  (301g)
Balance: 13.18in (33.5)cm  3 pts HL
Beam Width:24mm / 24mm / 24mm
Composition:Graphene 360+/Graphite
String Pattern: 16×20
Flex Rating: 61

Swingweight:307

Head Gravity Lite Racquet

Head Gravity Lite racquets are lighter than the Gravity S racquets, weighing 10.1 oz. It has the same forgiving 104 sq. in. head as the Gravity S.

Head Size: 104 sq. in 
Length: 27 inches
Weight: 10.1 oz (286 g) 
Balance: 13.5in (34.29cm)  0 pts 
Beam Width: 24mm / 24mm / 24mm
Composition: Graphene 360+ / Graphite
Flex Rating: 60
String Pattern: 16×20
Swing Weight: 298

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