Bianca Andreescu’s Racquet

Before the US Open 2019, very few people knew much about the Canadian Bianca Andreescu. She had some success before the US Open as well, being the No.1 junior and winning the prestigious Indiana Wells WTA title. However, after winning the US Open, she was the talk of the tennis world. Only 18 years old and winning a Grand Slam title is certainly impressing.

With all the success on court, many asks, what racquet Bianca uses to compete at the very highest level. That’s what I will go through in this post.

What racquet does Bianca Andreescu use? Bianca Andreescu currently plays with a pro stock version of the Head Graphene Touch Speed MP that is painted to look like the Head Graphene 360 Speed MP. Bianca strings her racquet with Babolat RPM Blast.


Bianca Andreescu Racquet Specs

Head or Bianca Andreescu herself haven’t released exactly how they have modified the racquet. However, considering it being a pro stock racquet, it’s heavily modified and there will be many changes compared to the retail version. With that in mind, here is Bianca Andreescu’s racquet, the Head Touch Prestige MP specifications.

Head Touch Prestige MP Specs

  • Head Size: 95 sq. in
  • Length: 27 in
  • Weight (strung):
  • Balance: 6pts HL
  • Flex: 65
  • String Pattern: 18×20
  • Swingweight: 321

Can You Buy Bianca Andreescu’s Racquet?

If you want to get Bianca Andreescu’s racquet with the exact same modifications, you are up for a challenge. Since, we don’t know what kind of modifications she uses, it’s pretty much impossible to get the same racquet as her.

However, if you are fine with getting the retail version (you should be), it will play very similar to Bianca’s racquet. The retail version of the Head Graphene Touch Prestige MP is available on many different stores online. However, the price differ a lot depending on where you buy it, but from what I have seen, you will find the cheapest price on Amazon. Take a look at the current price and compare, because the prices are constantly changing.


Also Read: All Top 100 Players Racquets (WTA)

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