Head Graphene Radical Rev Racquets Customer feedback
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Comments: After upgrading from a Head LM8, this racquet has been impressive. It took some practice time to get
used to the HH balance, but has a solid feel to the frame, so I can handle my opponent's pace. Also, I can swing as hard as I can and
still get a lot of control; hitting the sweet spot is a reward in itself -- I don't feel a thing, just hear the sound of a perfect ball popping
off the strings. Good, easy depth, but at net might be a little too strong though. I have it strung with Volkl Power Fiber II at 55 lbs
and have had no issues with the strings, I think it's perfect. Overall, I'm very confident playing with this racquet.
Comments: With it's odd combination of light weight, yet a heavier swingweight than the other 2 models, I think this
frame has scared off a lot of potential buyers. I watched a ITF pro practice partner just take apart a guy, a good guy, in an Open
event. After, I spoke to him about the frame, and he said "way more power and much cleaner feel than my Graphene Speed MP" --
which was my thoughts, exactly. Pushed out wide, you can just snap this frame for some incredible saves, yet the pace is there from
the swingweight, although it does feel faster than 330, that SW does hit a big ball. And it serves with more power than it's big
brothers, too. I'd like to pick one up.
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