This racquet moves fast but still feels solid at impact. It also packs a low 62RA stiffness, lending it a more arm-friendly and controlled response than many of its competitors.
On groundstrokes, the Gravity MP combines a comfortable feel with an accurate and spin-friendly response.
This racquet also features a rounder racquet head higher in the string bed. This not only creates a more comfortable and responsive hitting experience, but it also provides a bigger spin window, making it easier to attack the ball at extreme upward angles.
|Frame Stiffness||69||DA Points|
|String Pattern||16 x 20||Mains x Crosses|
|Grip Type||HydroSorb Pro|
|String type||Lynx 1.25mm|
The Gravity MP offered a more responsive feel, and I felt much more connected to the ball than I have with the last few generations of Head racquets.The Head Gravity is a 100-square-inch head instead of a 98, which I really appreciated. The 16x20 string pattern combined with the 100-square-inch head size was a fun blend of specs. My slices tended to stay quite low over the net, and I could really knife them. While it's not the most stable racquet I've hit with, it is stable enough for its weight class.