Jannik Sinner’s Tennis Racquet

The Italian wonderboy Jannik Sinner have been the talk of the tennis world ever since his breakthrough season during 2019, where he became the youngest player ever to be ranked inside the top 100.

Jannik Sinner is one of the most promising next generation players in the world right now, and I would be surprised if he doesn’t become a Grand Slam champion in the future. With all the success on court, many asks, what racquet he uses to compete at the highest level. That’s what I will go through in this post.

What tennis racquet does Jannik Sinner use? Jannik Sinner currently plays with the Head Speed MP. He strings the racquet with Head Hawk Touch in the mains and crosses. Sinner have used this racquet setup for quite some time now and doesn’t seem to be changing it in the near future.

Jannik Sinner Racquet Specs

Like many other pro players, Sinner have heavily modified his racquet to his needs. However, Head or Jannik Sinner himself haven’t released what kind of modifications that have been done to the racquet. But, what I do know is that he strings it with Head Hawk Touch 28kgs in the mains and crosses. I was a little bit surprised that such a skinny guy uses 28kgs, but It seems to suit his play-style perfectly.

These specifications could change a bit to his actual racquet, but it’s a good estimation.

  • Head Size: 100 sq. in
  • Length: 27.25 in
  • Weight (strung): 11.8 oz /
  • Balance: 8pts HL
  • Flex: 63
  • String Pattern: 16×19
  • Swingweight: 325

Can You Buy Sinner’s Racquet?

It’s easy to think that the Head Speed MP is the same as the Graphene Speed MP, but it’s not. The Head Speed MP is a pro stock racquet that isn’t available to buy anymore, while the Graphene Speed MP is one of the worlds most popular racquets at the recreational level.

Jannik Sinner’s racquet, the Head Speed MP is pretty much impossible to find online these days, especially a new one. However, if you are fine with getting a used demo, go and test your luck on sites like prostocktennis and eBay.

Fred Simonsson

I'm Fred, the guy behind TennisPredict. Apart from writing here, I play tennis on a semi-professional level and coaches upcoming talents.

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