HEAD announced the launch of the new Gravity racquets today. It’s only a cosmetic update, but I will revisit my review of the series.
The new HEAD Gravity racquets come in slightly more fresh and neon-inspired colors. The Gravity line has become quite popular on the club level thanks to the above-average sweet spot, good control thanks to thin beams and tight patterns, and lower stiffness which helps players with sensitive arms. Having Alexander Zverev as a racquet ambassador can have its ups and downs, but the line is definitely here to stay.
It’s always nice when a brand launches something completely new and when the Gravity came, the hype was pretty big. Not Clash-size perhaps, but the excitement over a new line of racquets from one of the biggest brands was evident. I reviewed the Gravity a while back but will revisit them shortly in the new paint job and tell you what I think about them. I am always happy to see manufacturers focusing a bit more on arm comfort and the Gravity is for sure one of those racquet lines.
New HEAD Gravity Racquets – Review to come
I will be focusing my HEAD Gravity racquet review on the Tour and the Pro, as those are the models that appeal the most to me, but I will also be testing the HEAD Gravity S, as that’s a solid choice for beginners to intermediate players. It gives you a lot more free power and spin than the more controlled and less forgiving HEAD Gravity Tour and HEAD Gravity Pro racquets.
Which Gravity do you like the most? And did you like the Gravity line at all? What do you think of the paint update and do you think they should have done more? I’m keen to hear your thoughts about the new Gravity release in the comments below.
Watch this space!