Head has developed 3 rackets stuffed with technology:


Head Pro Graphene SeriesPRO SERIE

A comfortable pro racket to play naturally. A new quality material, graphene, is behind the performance and comfort that characterize the Pro Series. 200 times more resistant than steel, it promises longevity and control. The graphene built into the frame and the hitting area as well as the new UltraSoft core offer a larger sweetspot. With this aggressive-looking racket in green and black tones, you're everywhere. Take the opportunity and enjoy an incredible effect.

Weight:370 g of
Size of the sieve:430 cm²
Framework Profile:38mm

Head Motion Graphene SeriesMOTION SERIE

In the prodigious Motion Series racquets, performance and comfort are combined to perfection for pro players. The racket is essentially composed of graphene, a material 200 times more resistant than steel. Thanks to graphene and the new UltraSoft core, you get a bigger sweetspot and you control the game better. This matte and aggressive look in orange and black will make you the star on the courts. Enjoy playing, knowing that victory is at your fingertips.

Weight:360 g of
Size of the sieve:420 cm²
Framework Profile:38mm

head Tornado Bela Graphene TORNADO BELA

The undisputed world number 1, Fernando Belasteguín, presents his new racket with several characteristics that strongly remind his game. Equipped with an ideal combination of control and power as well as the Circular Holes Intelligent Pattern (CHIP) technology, this model has a an improved sweetspot that makes it easier to play and allows you to return every move. The durable graphene and matte finish complete the elegant design.
Bela went down in history as the player who remained world number one for 13 years. And he does not seem ready to give up that title anytime soon. If you have always wanted to play as Bela, this is the opportunity! Give yourself the racket of "the eternal first" wearing his autograph.

Weight:375 g of
Size of the sieve:420 cm²
Framework Profile:38mm
Franck Binisti

Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Pyramid Club in 2009 in the Paris region. Since then padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France by going to cover the big French paddle events.