With a few subtle updates, the Head Graphene 360 Speed S racket is loaded with more power and spin potential than ever before!
The biggest difference players will notice is the incorporation of Heads newest technology, Graphene 360, into the throat and at 3, 9 and 12 o'clock - the result is greater stability and optimized energy transfer for more power.
With its 69RA flex this update is also a tad stiffer than its predecessor. This further enhances the power, making it perfect for the player looking to add a little extra pace and depth on their ball.
This update also boasts a lower swingweight (305 RDC) than its predecessor, which makes it easier to swing the racket quickly through the air on groundstrokes to produce spin, helping reign in that power by dipping the ball inside the lines.
At net, players will notice how easily the 25mm beam handles pace and to predictably deliver pinpoint accuracy.
The ease of upward mobility makes this a weapon while serving, and the 16x19 string pattern offers access to a nice blend of spin and control.
All in all, the Speed S remains a solid member of the Speed series, and can be a great choice for players searching for a more user-friendly option than the Pro and MP models.
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