Andy Murray is without any doubt one of the strongest players of the last decade, but he has had the “bad luck” to reach the top along with three other absolute phenomena like Federer, Nadal and Djokovic.
The Scottish player has taken away his great satisfaction: number 1 in the ATP ranking, Olympic gold in his London, 1 Davis Cup as the protagonist, 3 Slam tournaments. In short, at the end of his career, Andy will be able to sit at the table of the greats of the racquet.
Just talking about racquet, Murray has always relied on the Austrian Head and specifically on the Head Graphene 360 Radical Pro model.
Andy Murray’s Racket is Head Graphene 360 Radical Pro
Graphene 360 Radical Pro is the heaviest frame in the Radical line.
Weighing 326 grams of strung and 325 RDC swing weight, the Radical Pro is designed for advanced level tennis players but also valid for intermediate players looking for a manageable and powerful racquet.
Head updates this racquet with two technologies: Graphene 360 and Dynamic String Pattern: thanks to this mix we have a very solid racquet with great control of the trajectories. In addition to this, the grip has been innovated with a more rounded shape.
In the baseline shots, the 98-inch oval allows for precise shots and the 325 swing weight has enough mass to give the ball good thrust and the ability to generate effects. Like the previous version, the structure of this model is designed to allow a powerful and effective game, especially in responding to decisive attacks without the risk of losing control of the game.
The Radical Pro is a series of products as well as a tennis racket model that favors fast and penetrating shots in all directions of the pitch.