Head Ti.Radical Elite
Released October, 2010
The Pros:Great value for the price, very low cost. Creates a good amount of spin. Built extremely light, just right for those with smaller muscles.
The Cons:Lacks power behind the hit, even on a swifter swing. Strings lack tension, will often need to be re-strung to be useful.
The Ti.Radical Elite tennis racquet from HEAD is priced at the lower end of HEAD's racquets and is designed for beginners and casual players. This racquet features some of HEADs unique technology including an Extreme Grid to give strength, stability and power throughout your match.
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Like the Ti. Conquest, the Radical Elite features Titanium technology and graphite composition to give the frame strength while still making it lightweight. The Ti.Radical Elite is slightly heavier than the Conquest at 10.4 ounces compared to 9.8 ounces. This racquet has a Super Oversized headsize, compared to the Conquests Oversized, making it easier to improve your shots. The 16 x 18 string pattern and large sweetspot give a softer feel on every shot. With a contour cushion grip for comfort, this racquet is ideal for the all-around recreational player.
- 16 x 18 string pattern
- Titanium technology
- Super Oversized headsize
- Weight: 10.4 ounces
- Length: 27 inches
- Balance: 1" Head Light
- Graphite Composition
- Contour Cushion grip
- Large Sweetspot
- Available in 3 grip sizes
- Comes with cover
User Reviews (3)
great value for the price, very low cost
creates a good amount of spin
built extremely light, just right for those with smaller muscles
easy to generate a high swing speed
sweetspot is large enough for amateurs, very easy to hit with
lacks power behind the hit, even on a swifter swing
strings lack tension, will often need to be re-strung to be useful
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