Head Pro Tour 2.0

A blast from the past. From the paint job to the feel, this racket is everything we like about 90’s tennis.

If you’re missing the old school feel you had in the 90s, you’ve come to the right place.


String Pattern

The number of strings running horizontally and vertically across the racket. A more dense pattern (18×20) offers more stability, while a more open pattern (16×19) offers more spin, power, and feel.


Racket Weight

Generally, beginners should stick to lightweight or medium rackets (less than 11oz). More advanced players, however, should choose medium or heavy rackets (more than 11oz). (Learn more)


Swing Weight

Swing weight is a calculated by using the racket’s weight and balance. The greater the swing weight, the more power a player will get. (Learn more)

6 HL


Balance means where most of the weight is centered in the racket. Head heavy rackets (HH) offer more power, while head light (HL) rackets offer more maneuverability. (Learn more)



These are some of the characteristics of the racket you should pay attention when deciding whether this is the right racket for you or not. If you not quite sure what they mean, you can just use the "What is this?" feature in order to learn more.


Head Size

The head size of the racket influences how easy it is to play with it. A large head size (over 98) makes it easier to make contact with the shots but offers little maneuverability – which is great for beginners.


Racket Length

Most rackets range from 27 to 29 inches. Longer rackets offer more power and reach, but are more difficult to maneuver. 


Beam Width

These numbers reflect the beam width at the head, shoulder, and handle. A larger beam usually means more power, but less maneuverability.



Choosing the right strings and the right string tension is just as important as choosing the right racket. Some rackets play better with higher tensions, while others require a lower tension. 


We've played with hundreds of rackets, so we like to be pretty thorough with our reviews. We were also told that we make the best Youtube racket reviews (yes, mostly by our moms), but also by this guy and some other cool people.


Please feel free to reach out in case you have any questions related to this racket – we’ll be happy to answer them! In the meanwhile, here are some of the most commonly asked questions.

Babolat RPM Blast strung at 48-54 pounds.
No. This racket is purposely made to feel like it was made in the 90’s. The technology of today’s frames are much easier to play with.
Definitely the slice. Any shot that requires feel will get a good response from this racket. The sweet spot is small, so you will only feel the effects if you hit the shot with precision.
Fun to play with because it is nostalgic, but if you have to play a competitive match it probably isn’t the switch for you because today’s technology is just too good.
We were excited that Head made a racket that reminds us of the past. Man, does this thing feel good when you hit it cleanly. Overall, a lot of fun to play with, but probably wouldn’t be making the switch for a competitive advantage.


Name: Head Pro Tour 2.0
Brand: Head
Weight: 343g
Swingweight: 335g
Length: 27 inches
String Pattern: 18x20
Balance: 6 HL
Beam Width: 88
Stiffness: 65
Recommended String Tension: