Looking for a light weight yet durable and sturdy racket? Then go for the Head Ti.S2 Nano Titanium Tennis Racket! Whether you are a beginner or an expert in this field, the Ti.S2 Racket would fulfill all your needs from a good tennis racket. It offers extra strength, stability and speed to its users which makes playing tennis high enjoyable to them. The availability of constant beam is meant for the crispness of the shots while the free head logo string dampener is meant to reduce the harsh vibrations. Head Ti.S2 Nano Titanium Tennis Racket offers great features that make it a perfect racket!
- Grip Size – L3 – 4 3/8″ – Suitable for Man, Woman or youth
- Headsize – Mid Plus – 102sq inch
- Construction – 100% Nano Titanium/Carbon
- Frameweight 245g (unstrung)Delivered fully strung.
Some customer reviews
“Have played tennis every summer almost all my life and have had a variety of different rackets over that time ranging from the worst to the average, so decided to pay a little more for something that would last and definitely worth it. I’d class myself as a beginner but can tell good from bad and would love an experts opinion on it as it is flawess in my opinion. The racket is extremely strong and has a great sweet spot, to go with by far the lightest racket i’ve ever owned. The two things which struck me the most though were its strings and its handle. The handle is durable and comfortable and the strings really do give a lovely hit. I have found that i constantly have to straighten them and that the string tensioner only keeps them straight long enough for a game at a time.” — T. Swift
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“I am only a beginner as well, sorry. But from what I can tell this is a good racket, it is a good looker and has a nice big sweet spot. I also like to put a lot of top/back spin on my hits and because this bad boy is so light it is quite easy to do so. It also has a hidden feature of a shock absorber in the handle called a “shock stop” which I didn’t notice being advertised in the description but does seem to do the trick.” — A. Martin