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    Product Specifications


    head light
    head heavy

    Power Level


    Swing Type

    slow / compact
    fast / long

    Balance Point

    33.5cm. / 13.2in.

    Beam Width

    Straight Beam





    Cover Included


    Flex (RDC)



    HEAD HydroSorb™

    Head Size

    98 sq. in.


    27 Inches

    String Pattern

    18M x 20C

    Swing Weight



    52-62 Lbs.


    10.4 oz (unstrung)
    10.9 oz (strung)

    Item #


    Style #


    HEAD MicroGEL Radical Midplus

    The MicroGEL Radical MP offers everything a tour player wants in, now with even more feel thanks to HEAD's MicroGEL technology.

    This racquet is prestrung with HEAD Synthetic Gut 16.


    MicroGEL: MicroGEL is a revolutionary silicone based material with the lowest density of any solid known on the planet. This incredible "Super Material" weighs only about 3mg per cubic centimeter, but is able to support up to 4,000 times it's own weight. HEAD has combined MicroGEL with stiff and strong carbon composite fibers to create a racquet with incredible responsive qualities. On ball impact, HEAD MicroGEL uniformly distributes the impact load around the frame circumference providing a rock solid feel and unique touch that has to be experienced to be believed.
    average rating 4.3 out of 5
    Based on 6 reviews
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    83% of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend
    6 Reviews
    Rated 3 out of 5
    Review posted

    Nice racket but moved on asI progressed.

    A really nice looking racket, high quality and solid playing racket. This review is based on my impressions as well as my daughter's .My daughter received her USTPA teaching credentials at 19 and teaches at the local club while finishing college. The micro-gel has been a great racket but one day as she was practicing her kick serve she borrowed another teaching pros racket at his suggestion and found that it weighed more than the micro-gel but swung faster. It also had a more open string pattern. She hit some of the best kick serves of her life with the borrowed racket.. Even so she kept her micro gel for almost another year.. and decided to re test the same racket again. She played with it for an hour... and a few days later practiced with it again and really liked it.. She's a smaller girl and loved how light it swung. She wanted to get my opinion as I was very used to hitting with her micro-gel. I took a few serves with the new racket and felt the exact same way she did. We switched back and fourth and the micro-gel felt head heavy and harder to swing by comparison. Both rackets weighed 11 oz strung but the new racket felt much different and easier to control. The micro-gel is slightly confusing to me, or at least the marketing of it, Its marketed for advanced players 4.5 and beyond but I don't really know any advanced players using rackets that are 2 points HL. This is just our opinion. Its a solid racket and a great bargain at $89, just not something advanced…

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    Rated 5 out of 5
    Review posted

    Great racquet

    I accidentally ordered one of these racquets last year, thinking it was the oversize version, not the midsize version. I am a 4.0 to 4.5 club player. I almost sent it back but decided to try it out. It took a couple times, but I play much better with it. The smaller head forces me to hit through the ball better instead of relying on the larger head surface to produce power. I just signed on to order another one and decided to write a review.

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    Rated 4 out of 5
    Review posted

    Decent Racquet

    Nice racquet for the price

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    Rated 5 out of 5
    Review posted

    Love this Racquet and for a great price!

    It's a great racquets for intermediate and advanced players. I have been playing tennis for 6-7 years and had the former model of the microgell. This is the updated version and I love it with the smaller 98 inch head with some power and a lot of comfort. And feel when hitting topspin or slice shots. You will love this racquet if you're starting out or a player looking for a lot of feel and comfort to your game.

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    Rated 5 out of 5
    Review posted

    Best Head Racquet Performance for the Pr

    My two kids have used this racquet for the past 5 years. One of them used it to play 4 years of division I college tennis and the other is using it as a competitive USTA junior ranked regionally in the top 20. I don't have a big budget to spend on racquet replacements for their high usage and this racquet has served the purpose well as shown by their successful results.

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