Great racket. Very solid. The added weight over the MPA model makes the Pro stable with significantly more punch on every stroke, while still feeling quite maneuverable, and not the heavyweight that might provoke arm concerns. I play with both, and the lighter MPA feels squirrelly by comparison
I decided to try all of the new Radicals and this one was definitely the toughest to get used to. This racquet is really heavy and aggressive when you aren’t used to this type of frame. If you’re searching for some more power in your game, you should definitely try out this racquet. After testing this I realized this is suited for a more advanced player, however I still got a good feel for the racquet. This racquet offered good stability and maneuverability on the court as well as control. I was able to get some added spin on my shots as well. This racquet just turned out to be too heavy for me in the long run. I preferred the Instinct series over this one.
I have not tried a Radical since the Liquid Metal. Tried a demo of this and the update is better. Always felt to Radical was to sloppy. This has the extra pop and control is still there. 4.5 player using Pro Line 2. Great setup for control.
Pretty demanding frame, that is heavy and suited towards the more advance player. This racquet may have been a little out of my league. I felt some pretty serious arm fatigue after demoing this racquet for a couple hours. I preferred the Speed series to the Radical’s. The racquet did offer pretty good stability and a little more controllable pop. If my skills continue to develop I will revisit this frame down the road.
I'm a 4.5-5.0 player this stick for us,those who love a all court weapon sign up. Smooth power and feel.
Best overall racquet I've played in years,i'm a 4.5 5.0 all court player. This stick does it all,added power from the baseline and crisp volleys.
I purchased this racquet cause i use to play with Head years ago. I am very impressed, I have been playing with Bibolat aero pro and have had elbow issues. Of course I know it might be me or the strings but have played with the Head racquet three times now without any pain in elbow.
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