This is a guest post by my friend Pierre, the owner of and they also reviewed tennis racquets that suited for beginners.

Past and present, Head rackets have been leading the field of tennis technology. From the modern-day champions like Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic and Olympic gold medalist Andy Murray to the legends like Steffi Graf and Andre Agassi, Head rackets are the preferred choice of nearly one-third of the top 100 players worldwide.

Head offer a range of rackets to suit all playing styles and budgets. All their rackets are built around cutting-edge technology to help hone your game and let you release your full potential on court. There are rackets in the range suitable for beginners, amateurs and juniors right up to semi-professional and professional players.

Some of the choices include:

Extreme. The weapon of choice for Richard Gasquet, the Extreme range provides huge power and spin. The Pro 2.0 is the perfect choice for someone looking to play an extremely aggressive game, while the MP 2.0 combines balance and weighting to maximise swing speed.

Instinct. As used by Maria Sharapova, the Instinct range focuses on providing massive spin, by use of an innovative 16/19 string pattern. The MP provides power, while the Instinct 5 emphasises maneuverability and aerodynamics.

Microgel Challenge. A range designed with recreational tennis in mind, the Microgel is a good choice for those looking for a little more comfort in their game and for better handling. One of the stand-out choices for beginners looking for a challenge.

Star. The Star series features the most ground-breaking technologies Head have to offer. Extending from Three Star to Seven Star, all feature d30 tech- the string properties change from flexible to defensive upon impact. Five, Six and Seven Star also include Multizone Grip for the best possible performance.

Junior Tour. This range leaves out none of the technical elements so crucial to standard rackets. Perfect for juniors with high aspirations, the series features the Speed Revolt which, at full size, makes it an ideal transition racket, and the Instinct Jr, a junior version of the racket favoured by Tomas Berdych.

Most Head tennis rackets incorporate Head Innegra Technology, the lightest fiber in the world, which maximises precision hitting by reducing vibrations by up to 17%. Others utilise YouTek, which combines d30 and Teflon elements to produce some of the most adaptable rackets on the market.


Whichever racket you choose, there can be no doubt that Head offers a superior experience on court: perfect for when you are playing to win! Have fun playing tennis!