Posted on March 18 2022
"Created for the aggressive next generation of players and recommended by Alexander Zverev, the Head Gravity Pro features the Graphene 360+ technology, a massive sweet spot and a crazy flip design". The latest Head Gravity Pro was released in 2021, and it comes as no surprise that two professional players (who have both been ranked in the world top 10) have endorsed the Head Gravity Pro. Alexander Zverev and Andrey Rublev are young offensive players who hit big.
Alexander Zverev is a German tennis player who has been ranked in the world's top ten since July 2017. As of March 2022, he is ranked world number 3 and he was a former junior number 1. Despite being only 24, he has won 19 ATP titles in singles and doubles. He was also the youngest player to debut in the top 20, at 20 years of age. Zverev is an aggresive baseliner, who hits powerful groundstrokes to wear down his opponents. He can generate lots of power with his forehand and backhand, with his backhand being regarded as the best in the game. Zverev is tall, standing at 6 foot 6, but he can slice his backhands at low angles which has impressed the likes of Novak Djokovic. Zverev is an all court player, with the first ten of his titles coming on hard courts, four others on clay, and two finals plus an upset against Roger Federer on grass.
Andrey Rublev is a Russian tennis player who reached a career high singles ranking of world number 5 in 2021. He is an Olympic gold medalist, winning the mixed doubles title at the 2020 Summer Olympics, and he has won 10 ATP singles titles, including one in his native Moscow. Rublev is an offensive baseliner with a lethal forehand. It is his favorite shot, and he is quite consistent with it, despite being overly aggressive and making errors from time to time. Rublev also has a very powerful first serve that is 125mph and he has stated that he does not prefer a particular tennis surface. He won ATP's most improved player in 2020, and he made the headlines recently when he wrote "No war please" on a camera lens at the semi final of the Dubai tennis championships.