Head CrossBow 4
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Balances power with maneuverability, tries to give the best of both worlds. Absorbs vibration, keeping your arm from getting tired and relieves tennis elbow. Creates a lot of spin with very little effort.
The Cons:Not as maneuverable as more neutrally balanced rackets.
The Head CrossBow 4 is a good racket for a moderate swing style, instead of a long and fast style or a short, slow, and compact style. The head stabilizer on the racquet is redesigned for maximum comfort, eliminating as much racquet vibration as possible.
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When compared to the Liquidmetal and Flexpoint versions, the Head CrossBow 4 delivers more control. Players can use the racquet to get extra bite out of their aggressive cuts because of the open string pattern and the maneuverable weight. Better for intermediate and above players, the Head CrossBow 4 comes in a blue/grey color, has a smaller 107 inch head size, and a decent swingweight of 306.
- Head Size: 107 sq. in.
- Length: 27.3 in.
- Strung Weight: 9.6 oz
- Balance: 3.8 pts head heavy
- Swingweight: 306
- Stiffness: 72
- Beam Width: 28/29/29 mm
- Composition: Graphite / Metallix
- Power Level: Medium - High
- Swing Speed: Moderate
- Grip Type: Hydrosorb
- String Pattern: 16 mains / 19 crosses, mains skip: 7T,9T,7H,9H, two piece, no shared holes
- String Tension: 52-62 pounds
User Reviews (1)
balances power with maneuverability, tries to give the best of both worlds
absorbs vibration, keeping your arm from getting tired and relieves tennis elbow
creates a lot of spin with very little effort
enough power generation to create some really strong volleys
offers a good range of string options to get the feel you want
forgiving enough that your mis-hits still go where they're needed
not as maneuverable as more neutrally balanced rackets
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