Experienced players looking for outstanding control and great feel should love the Gravity Tour. This racquet's dense 18x20 string pattern will help keep your most ambitious strokes inside the lines. It also has an arm-friendly 61RA stiffness, giving it great feedback at impact. Compared to the Gravity Pro (which also has an 18x20 string pattern), this racquet is lighter and faster. It also has a slightly thicker beam, resulting in a tad more power. Built with Graphene 360+, the Gravity Tour 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 frame geometry higher in the stringbed. This not only creates a more comfortable and responsive contact zone, it provides a bigger spin window, making it easier to attack the ball at extreme upward angles. From the baseline the Gravity Tour feels solid and comfortable at impact, and the tight string pattern provides phenomenal control on full swings. Although there is enough spin-potential to bring the ball down hard, this racquet excels on flatter mechanics, making it easy for you to drive the ball powerfully through the court. At net, touch is excellent, and there is enough mass in the head for redirecting higher levels of pace. Aggressive servers who can get this stick moving fast will be able to hit some flat bombs this one. Ultimately, with its impressive combination of control and feel, the Gravity Tour is perfect for those who want a classic player's racquet that comes around with decent speed. The GRAVITY Series is endorsed by Alexander Zverev.
|Head Size:100 in² / 645.16 cm²|
|Length:27in / 68.58cm|
|Strung Weight:11.4oz / 323g|
|Balance:12.99in / 32.99cm / 4 pts HL|
|Beam Width:22mm / 22mm / 22mm|
|Grip Type:Head Hydrosorb Pro|
|String Tension:48-57 pounds|