We know how you feel with your search for the holy grail. Ive had many Head racquets in the past. This is great for players who enjoy 18 x 20 string patterns but still want to get a little bit of free power out of the strings. Compared to the Gravity Pro (which also has an 18x20 string pattern), this racquet is lighter and faster. I like your review of Pure Strike 16×19 3rd, Wilson V7 16×19 and Head Gravity Tour. It has a spec very similar to the Gravity Tour/Pro and the Graphene 360 speed pro. Let’s look at the specs of the different models: Head size: 100 sq inches Length: 27 inches (standard) Weight: 315 grams unstrung Balance: 31,5 cm unstrung Beamwidth: 20 mm String pattern: 18×20, Head size: 100 sq inches Length: 27 inches (standard) Weight: 305 grams unstrung Balance: 32 cm unstrung Beamwidth: 22 mm String pattern: 18×20, Head size: 100 sq inches Length: 27 inches (standard) Weight: 295 grams unstrung Balance: 33 cm Beamwidth: 22 mm String pattern: 16×20. It might need a heavy replacement grip to make it more head light. Built with Graphene 360+ , the Gravity Tour combines the stability and power of Graphene 360 with SpiralFibers in the lower head … Hi John, Wow, there are many good 18×20 patterns out there, the Srixon Dunlop CX 200 Tour, the Prince Phantom 100P 18×20 and the Gravity Pro or Tour. But i quite not like them and also not comfortable with them. My question is is the difference in swingweight between my racquet and the Gravit Pro significant? If you want a little more maneuverability then the Tour is that bit lighter, but if you’ve got strong, fast swings, then I would lean towards the Pro. Pronti all’uscita quest’estate hanno un’aria molto tecnica. I am a tennis player that is always looking for the holly grail (but I still haven’t found what i’m looking for) that can give me a better performance. He really enjoyed these racquets. The Pro gives you that little bit more control, so you can swing through at 100% absolutely safe in the knowledge the racket has enough to tame the ball. Score. I did add 8g to the heavier one’s buttcap which reduced balance by ˜10mm and improved things a bit, but didn’t solve the problem. Compare. The Tour is lighter but seems to have a stiffer frame, would I lose feel with the tour? I understand the situation, it is the same for me. Compared to the Gravity Pro (which also has an 18x20 string pattern), this racket is lighter and faster. Though it is slightly less head light, the Gravity Tour handles sizzling passing shots with ease, and is easier to keep in proper volleying position thanks to the reduced weight. It seems like Head has the answer to this though, with the Gravity rackets. I guess at the end of the day it’s just marketing so we’ve got to go out and do the playtest to tell you which one is which! Mentre la MP è più scarica e leggerina ancora, ma più votata a fare battaglia con una Clash 100 … Cheers / J. PS. Both rackets are strung with Head Hawk Touch (25/24kg, 1,20mm) and I‘ve made my choice all the way to…Babolat PS98! ProKennex Ki Q+Tour Pro (315) - 2019. That is why I was happy to see the specs of the HEAD Gravity Pro and the HEAD Gravity Tour. I would say you might get a little bit more maneuverability for the Gravity Tour, the real thing is just how it feels for you when you’re playing with it. I am still playing with though and should perhaps create a finalized review post. Hi Jonas, I’ve been using the Prestige MP for almost a decade. The Prince is a bit easier to use and can generate more spin from the open pattern. We really wanted to maximize the control of the 18 x 20 string pattern with this setup whilst still allowing for plenty of spin potential. Spin, pop, comfort and feel are the Gravity's strong points. How does the pro compare with the graphene 360 speed pro. Not for me, I’m more a fan of more oval shaped head racquets which I find better for control, but I can imagine the gravity line is good for heavy spin grinding from the baseline. I believe the Gravity Pro version has a beefy swing weight but perhaps a bit too much for my taste, the Tour might be a bit easier to generate racket head speed with but will it pack a punch without lead? If you’re more accustomed to the lighter racket then it’s likely you could find the Tour to offer more spin though. ButI think I want to try something different for a change. But you will be able to take balls better on the rise and block back defensive shots. I concur with most points but also think that many of your knocks are easily solvable with some lead tape. Those other models have better serving accuracy. For such a control-oriented racket, this stick makes playing tennis easy. As low as €999,999.00. Hi Can you compare the new Head prestige tour/mp and Gravity pro/mp ? Stringing Gravity MidPlus. My choice would be the Gravity Pro. In any event, how do you think the Gravity Pro compares with the V1 Pro? However, I once again preferred the extra weight of the Gravity Pro over the Gravity Tour. I like the feel of my current racquet and can maneouvre it around fine. Head Radical Pro Review. I have really enjoyed the Graphene 360 racquets and played some of my best tennis with them, but sometimes I have been nostalgic about the feel of my older HEAD racquets. The Head Graphene 360+ Gravity Tour is designed for aggressive players that want control. Hi Jonas! Pro or Tour? After doing this HEAD Gravity racquet review I can sincerely say that I am impressed by the performance. We found the Gravity Pro to be absolutely brilliant so it was only right that we got you a review of the Head Graphene 360+ Gravity Tour so that you can compare the two. Owen usually plays with the Wilson Blade and is a strong 21-year-old who hits with a two-handed backhand and one-handed forehand and looks to generate a fair amount of topspin on both wings. Don’t get me wrong, this racket is still very much control-oriented, but it just gives you a little bit more oomph than the Pro. In your opinion which one has something in similar with ezone DR 98 & weight 305 gr? Many tennis nerds have been waiting for a softer advanced player racquet from HEAD and here it is. We have replied on the comment you left on Wilson Blade 98 V7. Cheers / J. what is more control oriented: the head speed pro 360+ or the gravity tour 360+. The HEAD Gravity racquet series is the new force in the game. Volleying is where the Tour’s improved mobility over the Pro shows out. Is the speed pro more comfortable in terms of swing weight, spin , power etc? The short demo felt the RHS speed suffer, but unsure if it’s because I need to get used to it.. on the flip side, in a tournament if you’re tired that’ll get even harder! What do you think when comparing both sticks. Thanks for the review, will definitely try these out as have been using the Angel K7 red since January, great racquet, good power to reach baseline but need more stability feel, and control on the volley which my old radical intelligence 18×20 provided, so was considering moving to the Angel K7 Lime, but will now consider this new gravity tour, pro racquet as an alternative. Jonas – on the Tour and MP versions what is your estimate of their respective swing weights, and what about launch angle? Hi Ed, The Gravity line is really arm-friendly so I wouldn’t worry about that. I think this racket is going to do best in the hands of someone with quite an advanced game, but in terms of game style, it’s very adaptable. The Head Graphene 360+ Gravity Tour provides a great alternative to the Gravity Pro and is more than capable of competing with its rivals. Hi Martin, Happy to hear you have found your stick! Do you think the Gravity Tour would fit to me? Your email address will not be published. Could you see if they are filled with foam ??? Nice, soft feel on impact while still retaining good power. Laslt would the Pro Hurricane TOur strings suit any of these racquets given my playing syle, in your opinio? Yet know I’ve been tempted to try the new 18/20 v7 wilson blade. I tried the Gravity MP and liked it but it might be too light. Last year I tried the Head Speed but did not connect to it and did not feel comfortable playing with it. Hello, I have Speed 360 pro it’s a good racquet, but I think gravity pro whith more swing weight and thinner bean can be help a aggressive player, isn’t it? Specs on mine are Head Size 93 – this will be a big change for me going forward as Ive never played with a bigger head than this, Strungweight 12.1 oz Length 27 ins Balance 5 points Head Light Swingweight 320 Stiffness 60 Beamwidth 19mm. One serve that I found I was hitting particularly well with the Gravity Tour was my leftie slider out wide. Im a regular, recreational player, Im almost 60 and ive been playing since i was 15. Built with Graphene 360+, the Gravity Tour combines the stability and power of Graphene 360 with SpiralFibers in the lower head for a cleaner feel at impact. Hi German, Yes, I know. But with a static weight of almost 340 gr I was only able to play 2 sets after that it was out of control. For me personally, I’m used to the 18 x 20 string patterns, so it was an easy change to get used to the Gravity Tour. Score: 90/100 for me, HEAD Gravity Tour – plays quite close to the Pro but with a bit less weight in the handle and a thicker beam for slightly more power. In the case of the Gravity Tour vs the Gravity Pro, the big difference is in the weight. Head Gravity è una linea di telai piuttosto interessante, che propone telai dal piatto da 100 pollici, ma abbinate a caratteristiche da telaio classico. It will be more difficult to swing fast though. Regards / J, Hi, can you compare this vs Prince Phantom 100x 305- Spin, comfort, control and power -I used to play with the phantom pro 100 – but updated too the new version to get some more power – I’m interested in still having comfort, but maybe a little more control. HEAD Gravity MP Lite – the lightest racquet in the HEAD Gravity series. I was never visually happy to play with a more rounded racquet, but this one does not bother me as much (it is a bit less extreme in shape). Personally, I am a big fan of that blend of control and feel and would certainly be considering the Gravity Tour if I was looking for a new racket around 305g. Score: 85/100, HEAD Gravity MP – a more open pattern and even lower weight so easy to swing. How does the Gravity pro compare to the Wilson Clash line? We gave the Pro a slightly higher score because we felt with aggressive, full swings you could get that little bit more spin out of this racket. thanks. Compare. I loved to play with Head Graphene Youtek Radical Pro but moved to Head Speed Pro 360+ because tennis elbow. At 305g, the Gravity Tour is just that little bit easier to move about, but as a consequence, you do lose a little bit of swingweight. The Tour fills the gap between the 11.0 ounce Mid Plus and the substantially heavier 11.7 ounce Pro model. It features the same polypropylene core and the same dimensions. On the majority of shots, the Gravity Tour stayed pretty solid, but when the ball was really fired at me and I had to hit a difficult volley, it just lacked the kind of stability that separates the very best volleying rackets. Thank You. Hello Jonas, As the post Corona tennis season has started finally I could play intensively and tested my Head Gravity Tour against my new Babolat Pure Strike 98 18/20. What tension would you recommend, Jonas? Yonex VCORE PRO 97 (310) Compare. It can be the case that different players find different rackets suit their swings maneuverability-wise. Great review. 80/100. Required fields are marked *. Thanks. Racket technology is constantly moving forwards and the latest rackets are a pleasure to play with. Would the Head Gravity Tour be a good choice. Hi? The Tour and MP are fine racquets too, but the Pro is my choice of the bunch. I felt like the Head Speed Pro had changed quite a bit and it had left a gap that needed to be filled in. Sounds great! Hi Jonas , which is your opinion comparing Gravity Mp to gravity S ; I used for a lot of time Pure drive , I am an all around player playing 3 times a week , senior over sixty .Thanks Adriano, Hi Adriano, I think the Gravity MP is more stable and more similar to your Pure Drive. Thanks for your comment. Radical graphene touch was appalling, but the new 360 line is great (particularly the 360 Speed). Hi, I will try to find out! Dunlop SX 300 Tour. The Head Graphene 360+ Gravity Pro is one of the latest additions to the Head family of tennis racquets that delivers control, stability, and comfort. Hi. The Extreme is packed with lots of power and spin, while the Gravity Pro has much better feel and control. I was loving serving with the Head Graphene 360+ Gravity Tour. If the racket gives you too much easy spin then it’s easy to lose control of the ball, I’d rather have to work for the spin and keep the control. Graphene 360+ is Head's Graphene 360 combined with the all new Spiralfiber technology.Spiralfibers are at the base of the head and untwist and flex on impact adding to the … I’m a all round player who likes to build the point on the baseline and attack the net when possible (should do that more often). Several report the problem with poor quality control for these frames which also speaks to choosing the Tour version which leaves more room for customizations. and which one would you recommend for an advanced junior player? Der Hals hat eine normale, schlanke Form, ohne unnötige Bequemlichkeiten und Macken. Any thoughts on how these compare to the K7 lime? Thanks for your previous answers to posters regarding the clash. We all found the Gravity Tour worked well for us, but there will be some players it doesn’t work for. I wish we had the Tour in the US. The Tour, on the other hand, gives you slightly more pop, that little boost you might need on your weaker side. Hi, I think the Tour would be the most similar. Solinco Tour Bite Soft could also be good…. The spin potential of this racket is not huge, and you’ve got to have good swings to get good RPMs on the ball. Lighter than the Gravity Pro, this racquet comes through contact very quickly and maintains a lot of control so you can play with a lot more confidence. Coming from RF97 and PS97 CV 315g the transition was made very fast and I truly love the direct connection this stick provides to me, it’s just pinpoint Tennis. I used to play official tournaments in Portugal, and now, after a few years off, I’m planning to enter the senior (Age 44) ranking next year. Does not require any customization in my opinion. However, if you don’t produce quite as much racket head speed, or you have one shot where you struggle to produce racket head speed then it might be worth looking at the Tour. Thanks. It depends on what you are looking for. And the weight should be around 295gr-305gr. The main difference is the fiberglass surface. thx. and what type of player?????? Top Three Racquets for Intermediate Players, HEAD Gravity MP racquet in its prototype paint job, Yonex VCORE Racquets 2021 – First impressions. Kind regards Nikolaus, Hi Nikolaus, I haven’t tested the new Pure Strike 98 yet, will be easier to do so after my review. Buy the HEAD Gravity MP. The Gravity line gives you Head's old school feel in a modern player's-frame-style racquet. Head paint jobs are either brilliant or awful. Did you compare these sticks already, what’s your take on them, how would you rate them? It also has a slightly thicker beam, resulting in a tad more power. When I went for my most ambitious shots I wanted the extra weight of the Gravity Pro and that reflects in my scores for the two rackets. If you’re having problems it is worth playing around with the balance a bit to see if you can find the blend that suits you, so I hope you find the setup that allows you to get the most out of this stick. The stability of the Gravity Pro is very good. Just wondering if you’re planning on following-up your First Impressions review on the Gravity line. When you think of Head’s rackets you have the Prestige rackets as the signature control rackets, but the Gravity rackets provide similar control with a very different feel. The other sits at 305g, 325mm, 330SW (strung with Lynx). The Gravity Tour could be an interesting test if you are coming from the Ezone 98. Hi Jaime, In the end, that kind of became the review. Regards, Teoman. The HEAD Gravity racquets come with a new technology, something HEAD calls Graphene 360 +. The Tour is much less stable e comfortble then the Pro or just a little bit…, In Brazil is very difficult to find a Compare. We put the Gravity in the hands of one of our testers, Owen, who had also played with both the Head Radical Pro and the Radical Tour. If you want a bit more margin for error and improved spin, go for the Gravity Pro. So I’m looking for a reliable racket that can be a useful tool to reach my target. Hi Jack, The Prince racquet I am enjoying is the Prince Textreme Tour 100 that I recently reviewed. It really will depend on which weight works better for your swings. Prince Phantom 100X (18x20) Compare. The Pro, which Alexander Zverev endorses, is my personal favorite of the Gravity line so far, but all the ones I’ve tested have been very good racquets. Regards / J. Hola German, Sorry for the delay, they are not filled with foam. I just loved that it already comes with a 330 swing weight out of the box and is ready for tournament play without any customization. I think I fall into that second bracket that we talked about though and I’d rather have that extra control of the Gravity Pro over the bit of pop of the Gravity Tour. Your tests are always very informative and non-biased (compared to other play testers). di Mauro Simoncini | 17 luglio 2019 Shops with Demo programs. maybe less aggresive version of the K7 Lime? The 18 x 20 string pattern provides the control, but the racket flexes in such ways as to give you great comfort and feel too. Yeah, it was just an altogether nice experience to play with. Alguna novedad??? Despite 18×20 level of spin is just as good as the v7 blade, perhaps slightly better because of the ease of playing this racket. I’m not able to play test either sadly, but coming from Fischer vacuum pro 90s I am looking for a 19/20mm beam and flex of around 61. I’m changed too many. Wilson Clash 98. Head too heavy. If so, I am happy about that. You might have tried this, but I would first look at how I could change the string set up to fit my needs. I loved gravity tour but I had hard time with manuerverability. Hi Jonas How do these Head gravity’s compare with arm friendly racquets? Can you compare Head Speed 360 pro and Gravity 360+ pro? Not a Pure Drive by any means, but a more forgiving player racquet. There are more racquets in the line such as the S, MP Lite, but these are the ones I have tested. A player frame that slots nicely in between the Radical and the Prestige lines and my favorite new HEAD racquet. Is the head shape of this racquet different from pro? The naming of racquets is never easy and it is hard to explain what makes a “Pro” racquet and what makes a “Tour” racquet but in lack of better words, it has just become standard in the racquet industry. Built with Graphene 360+, the Gravity Tour combines the stability and power of Graphene 360 with SpiralFibers in the lower head for a cleaner feel at impact. Click Here to get the Head Graphene 360+ Gravity Pro For The Best Price From RacquetGuys! Also the combination with Head Hawk Touch is just great I was checking your website/ YT-channel and so far no PS98 18/20 2020 test so far, when are going for it? Because after your review of the Prince i’m close to buying one, but this Head sound also very interessting. The Instinct MP is a little stiff. The Gravity Pro gives you a bit better control and a higher swing weight so more stability. They are completely different racquets. That being said I usually gravitate between Wilson Prostaf 97 tour (not the countervail), Yonex DR98 (which I sold recently… big mistake) and a Babolat Pure Strike 16/19. My one big issue with them is maneuverability. Volleys are knife sharp. One word, WOW!!!!! The HEAD Gravity line has been hyped up quite a bit with marketing lingo such as “New force, New game”, “The Force is Coming”, “Massive Sweet Spot Dominates the Game” and so on. Hello good day!!! Thanks, Moritz, Hello Jonas, I‘ve demoed Babolat Pure Strike 98 18/20 and right after the first session I bought this stick as it‘s really giving me great touch‘n feel and I‘ve a real „pinpoint feeling“ with it! Easier to transition to for someone coming from a Wilson Blade or Tecnifibre Tfight XTC 305. You already know we think this is a pretty good racket, but how did the Gravity Tour do when we really put it through its paces? There are no shared holes and the mains end at the throat (ideal for ATW). Now HEAD has given us one more Gravity to choose from this holiday season; the Gravity Tour. I’m still using the 2014 Graphene model and am looking into buying the newest version. It truly is a great stick.. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Can I have your advice. If you want, control, feel, maneuverability, and comfort then this is a racket you need to look at. I prefer the Pro so that is what I would recommend. So I’m looking for a reliable racket that can be a useful tool to reach my target. Julie - "I hit with the Head Gravity Pro to compare it to the Gravity MP. How would you compare the Gravity Pro and Prestige MP? I would have loved to see a mix of both of these frames; the 16x20 string pattern of the MP, the head-light balance of the Pro, and an … Is a Tour player better than just a Pro player, is there even a difference? I tested two racquets strung with HEAD Hawk Touch and the Gravity Pro still had the factory string (which is rarely recommended), but I wanted to keep it there as an experiment. I am torm between the 2 Gravity Racquets ( Pro and Tour) and the Graphene 360 Speed Pro. The Gravity Pro from HEAD is an advanced player’s racquet for 2019. On my new Gravity Pro I put a Leather grip, Head Super Comp over grip, Primal strings @50 lbs, and a HEAD string dampener. The Gravity Tour has everything I look for on the serve and this resulted in a great serving performance from me. I have the same issue with both, but of course it’s more noticeable on the heavier one. I only have one question after reading about pro and tour racquets. Hi Tennis Nerd, is this the best 18×20 on the market in your opinion? I had to switch to MP and I added some weight to the neck. I added wheigh to the handle on mine to achieve a 32.5 balance on the play ready package. I was thinking between gravity tour – Wilson clash – instinct mp. I do feel the Pro for some reason is pretty hefty and I’m normally coming from hefty sticks.

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