Head Youtek IG Extreme Pro 2.0 Tennis Racquet
Keeping most specifications consistent with past generations of Head Extremes, the YouTek Extreme Pro 2.0 offers a 100 square inch head, wider 24/26/23mm tapered beam, standard 27 inch length, and 11.8 oz. strung weight. Slightly rounded head shape as used on past generations of Extremes for improved spin potential. Open 16x19 string pattern for enhanced spin and forgiveness.
- Headsize: 100 sq. in.
- Length: 27.00 in.
- Weight (strung): 11.80 oz.
- Stiffness (Babolat RDC): 70
- Balance: 12.90 in. Head Light
- Cross Section: 24/26/23mm Tapered Beam
- Swingweight: 329 kg*sq. cm
- String Pattern: 16x19
- Grip:Head Hydrosorb Pro
- Overall Rating: 4.5 / 5.0
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I love this racquet ,it has awesome power good control and its not that heavy,plays very nice
More head heavy than what I am use to. Provided extra power as a result. Provided solid feel. Strung with 17g Cyclone. Previously used customized Head Extreme Microgel MP 2007.
Best racquet I've ever played
I could improve the game in the matches. I can generate powerful huge heavy topspin shots anywhere, specially in the baseline. I'm so satisfied with my choice.
Great All-Around Racquet
This updated Extreme Pro has just about everything a player needs. The new grommet system offers a super comfortable experience. There is plenty of power with a generous sweet spot. The swing weight and stiffness make for a very stable platform without sacrificing maneuverability. Best combination of attributes I've ever experienced. I use Volkl Psycho at mid-tension and love the hybrid set-up. My only knock (not even worth taking away a star) is the touch/feel. I wish there was just a bit more. But given the racquet style, I have no real complaint with this aspect of the performance. Great update and now a great price.
Great all around racquet with plenty of power and spin potential. I was previously using the microgel radical mp which had a much smaller sweet spot and lower power level
IG Pro Extreme 2.0
I have used this racquet three times now. The first time out, I did not like it but that is because I needed an over grip on it and once I put that on and played a second time I really liked it. It seems to play well bring the ball down with just enough top spin to prevent me from hitting it long.
Head Youtek Extreme Pro 2.0
Only played once so far but it has a nice, solid feel. Great on serves. It is a little heavier than I am used to but not too heavy.
Head Youtek Ex. Pro - 4 5/8 with Sonic Pro string
I like the feel on this racquet a lot and I would definitely recommend it. I am somewhere between a beginner and an intermediate and I like it a lot. It is still a tad lighter than what I like and definitely more head light than I would prefer but it's nothing that can't be fixed with lead tape when I re-string it! If your playing ability is between 3-5 and are looking for a racquet with minimal customization, this is the one!
Youtek IG Extreme Pro 2.0
Previously used the original Youtek Extreme Pro for about 5 years. Tried to change to other Head racquets but not satisfied with their performance. Demo'd the Extreme Pro 2.0 and felt very comfortable with it.
The Return of the PRO
This racquet is the one that will put you over the top. The serves, groundstrokes, overheads, slices, and touch are just unbelievable! I had not won a match in about 9 months until I switched to this racquet. The racquet is slightly heavy but is very easy on the arm and shoulder. I had mine strung at 57 lbs. Seriously, this is an all court players racquet. If you want consistency and good feel for your game, then switch to this racquet. You won't regret it!