Head CrossBow 10
Released January, 2008
The Pros:Among the lighter rackets available on the market today. Excellent accuracy, easy to send the ball right where you want it. Absorbs vibrations enough that you won't tire out your joints.
The Head CrossBow 10 is a two hundred dollar tennis racquet that is ideal for beginners up to 3.5 level players. The headsize is larger than other racquets, a full 124 square inches, adding velocity for players that want a little extra punch without having to overswing to get it.
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The string pattern on the racket is a 16/19, the balance is 4.8 points head heavy, the swingweight is a heavier 309 and the composition is a graphite and metallix mix. The larger headsize also contributes to a large sweet spot, making it a more forgiving racket for beginners and professionals alike. The Head CrossBow 10 has a slow swing so it isn't the fastest racquet on the market, but that is made up for in its power.
- Head size: 124 sq. in
- Length: 27.3 inches
- Strung Weight: 9.7 oz
- Balance: 4.8 pts head heavy
- Swingweight: 309
- Stiffness: 71
- Beam Width: 30/32/29 mm
- Composition: Graphite / Metallix
- Power Level: High
- Swing Slow: Slow
- Grip Type: Hydrosorb
- String Patter: 16 mains / 19 crosses, mains skip: 8T,7H,9H, two piece, no shared holes
- String Tension: 52-62 pounds
User Reviews (2)
among the lighter rackets available on the market today
excellent accuracy, easy to send the ball right where you want it
absorbs vibrations enough that you won't tire out your joints
well constructed, feels durable and reliable
string pattern creates a lot of spin without extra effort
has a large sweet-spot, makes it easier to hit with
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