Alexander Zverev’s racquet is like all other pro player racquets, nothing magical but just a racquet you can (or could) buy in the store, customized to his specs. It has silicone in the handle, lead tape in the hoop (at 12 o’clock) and his racquets are all matched so they have the same swing weight, static weight, and balance. The specs of Alexander Zverev’s racquet with overgrip and dampener
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Zverev's racket is the Head Gravity Pro with an 18 x 20 string pattern. It packs Head's Graphene 360+ technology, a combination of Graphene 360, designed for energy transfer and their spiral fibres to boost flex and feel.
His older brother, Mischa Zverev, also plays tennis. Zverev turned pro in 2013 at the age of 16 and it took him only 4 years to be ranked in the ATP Top 10. In May 2017, Zverev defeated tennis legend Novak Djokovic in the 2017 Italian Open final to win a Masters 1000 title.
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Alexander Zverev endorses the Head Graphene Gravity Pro tennis racquet but the racquet he uses while playing is a HEAD Gravity Pro pro stock version. Zverev’s racquet is currently strung using Head Hawk Touch and Babolat VS Touch in the mains and crosses respectively. This isn’t too different from what many of the players do while getting into racquet deals with manufacturers.
Zverev’s racquet is 100 square inches and has an unstrung weight of 325 grams, with an 18×20 string pattern. The racquet is 27 inches in length and a consistent all-round beam width of 20mm. Zverev’s racquet is over 340 grams when strung and has a swing weight of about 360.
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