Head Speed Pro 2022 Tennis Racquet

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Head updates the Speed racquet line with the all-new 2022 version racquets. This new Speed Pro is endorsed on-court by 20-time major champion, Novak Djokovic.

The Speed gets an update for 2022! This fast racquet is tailored towards those who have a fast game. The 2022 versions not only come with a striking cosmetic update, but with some of Head's latest technology advancements including all-new Auxetic construction.

The 2022 Speed Pro includes The aerodynamic cross-section of the Speed beam maximizes swing speed and power. The Speed Pro also includes a special speed string pattern that provides you with the perfect mix of power under control. The Speed Pro also features enlarged power grommets to maximize string movement for increased power. Directional drilling combines increased power and sweet-spot, delivering a plush impact feel. The Speed Pro continues the use of Graphene 360+ which is the combination of Head's signature Graphene 360 technology for optimized energy transfer and the innovative spiral fibers for enhanced flex & a clean impact feel.

Endorsed by one of the greatest tennis players of all-time, Novak Djokovic, the 2022 Speed Pro is the latest update to the Graphene 360+ providing even more speed with greater stability and feel. Designed for the advanced tournament player who needs optimized control. Packed with a 100 square inch head, 11.5 oz., strung weight and an 18x20 string pattern -- make the Speed Pro yours today!

    Racquet Specifications

  • Headsize: 100 sq. in.
  • Length: 27 in.
  • Weight (strung): 11.5 oz.
  • Stiffness (Babolat RDC): 57
  • Balance: 12.75 in. Head Light (6pts)
  • Cross Section: 23/23/23mm
  • Swingweight: 320 kg*sq. cm
  • String Pattern: 18x20
  • Grip: Hydrosorb Pro
  • Stringing Tips: Two piece racquet. Main String Skips: Throat: 8, 10 | Head: 8, 10

Product Review Summary
Based on 3 reviews
4 star average rating
Overall Rating: 3.5/5.0
Customer Reviews
May 09, 2022
Review Head Speed Pro.
This shopper rated the product 3 out of 5 stars

the Speed Pro is a very stable however it was very heavy. It was particularly good at slices. It just was a little too much for me.

April 26, 2022
Not for Me
This shopper rated the product 3 out of 5 stars

Never reached a level of comfort with this racquet due to weight and unforgiving off sweet shot hits.

April 07, 2022
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

I bought this wanting to try a 18x20 100sqin stick and I'm totally impressed with it. In the last two years I've played with 8 different racquets never finding one that didn't leave me wanting something else. This model simplified my game. Now I'm hitting with so much more confidence. It's really amazing what a difference this has made for me. I'm able to serve more consistently, return serves without making nearly as many unforced errors, hit it deep in the corners, volleys are much easier, keeping my drop shots lower, exceptional touch and feel, and just the feeling of control I feel of being able to place my shots at will where I'm targeting is just such a great confidence builder. If you've been going along with the HL 4-9 16x19 spin racquets that seems to be the latest and greatest and find yourself having fliers and just frustrating shots you can't seem to understand then really consider this model. The "pro" model should have been called the "proficient" model, because it gives you skills you never knew were there. It's really not heavy feeling at all, it's balanced right off to handle volleying at the net to driving it hard from the baseline. If, and that's a big if, I've lost even the least bit of spin from going to the 18x20 pattern then it must of been for the greater good, because I'm seeing way more balls dip in than ever before. Now for the negatives. First, cost. It's worth it to me and perhaps there could be something less expensive that compares, but I don't know what that could be. Secondly, the paint job. Looks great. A flat white with a gloss black scheme really classy looking stuff, but man that gloss black is brittle so if you bang it around or do like me and drop it a few times you will get the beauty marks to forever admire. Are the negatives worth dodging this weapon... hell no... it's still so awesome to play with this thing. It's feel is just, right. Right now I'm stringing with black shark bite in the mains at 53 and dunlop silk spin in the crosses at 53. Yeah, that's some strange string combo going on there, but it works for me.