The HEAD Graphene XT Radical MP is endorsed by Andy Murray.
The new Graphene XT Radical MP is the most versatile racket in the Radical range, providing a perfect combination of handling and power. If you’re an all-round player searching for all-round performance, look no further than the Radical MP.
Originally created to match the outlandish style of Andre Agassi, the HEAD Radical was one of the first tennis rackets to emphasise a risk-taking, aggressive type of play. Now used by Andy Murray, that same philosophy endures in the modern Radical range, with the latest rackets using new advances in technology to improve multiple aspects of performance.
Discovered in 2004, Graphene consists of a single two-dimensional layer of carbon atoms. This material has a breaking strength 200 times greater than steel, which makes it the ultimate substance for creating new HEAD tennis racket frames with exceptional properties. Graphene technology allows for the first time an optimal redistribution of weight in HEAD rackets. Through the use of Graphene in the shaft, the weight in the middle part of the racket can be reduced. Instead, weight can be shifted from the racket shaft to more functionally relevant areas in the tip and grip. This unique construction provides players with an unmatched manoeuvrability and an increased swing weight. In other words, a racket with Graphene is easier to swing and enables even more powerful shots.
All rackets in the Radical range are ready for use with the Smart Tennis Sensor.
Please be advised that this racket will come strung unless the image displays otherwise.
Please note that all HEAD Radical rackets come without a protective head cover.
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Measuring Your Grip Size
Choosing the right grip size is a vital part of playing tennis. The right grip size will make your racket feel natural and comfortable.
Use a ruler and measure (in inches) from the crease fold in your hand, to the top of your ring finger. Please see table below:
Note: It is always better to go for a smaller grip size, as you can easily increase your grip size with over grips.