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#WimbleWin Day 6 | Head Racket



Today, we join up with our friends at HEAD on their new Force Campaign. You have the chance to win an upcoming, limited edition, Graphene 360+ Gravity S racket. Painted in special promotional colours, you will be the envy of your fellow club members when you arrive on court with this special edition, pre-launch racket.


With the Gravity S Head has created a great option for the intermediate player who wants a comfortable and speedy racket with controllable power. With its 104 square inch head size, this stick is more powerful and forgiving than a standard midplus racket, but it still possesses impressive control. It also packs a flexible response (61RA stiffness), giving it a more arm-friendly feel than many of its competitors.

Built with Graphene 360+, the Gravity S combines the stability and power of Graphene 360 with SpiralFibers in the lower head for a cleaner feel at impact. This racquet also features a rounder racquet head higher in the stringbed, resulting in a more responsive and spin-friendly contact zone.

Specifications: Weight: 301g Str. Pattern: 16/20 Head Size: 104 in² / 670.97 cm² Balance: 334.8mm Composition: Graphene 360+/Graphite
The look of the racket may vary as this is a pre-launch product.

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To win simply enter your details below.

#WimbleWin Day 6 has now finished. To enter #WimbleWin Day 7 please head here.



The competition closes at 23:59 on Saturday 6th July 2019

Full terms and conditions are available here.






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  1. William Marshall

    I’ve been a Head racquet fan since the ,’80’s

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