Marin Cilic’s Tennis Racquet
The Croatian Grand Slam champion Marin Cilic have for many years now, been of the greatest players on tour. Sure, he may not have the same success as the big 3 (Federer, Nadal, Djokovic), but he is one of the few players that can compete against them.
He is known for his big serve and powerful forehand, but what racquet does he use to achieve all that power? That’s what I will go through in this post.
What racquet does Marin Cilic use? Marin Cilic currently plays with a pro stock version of the Head Microgel Radical MP (pro stock code: TGK 231.3) that is painted to look like the Head Graphene Touch Prestige Mid. Cilic strings his racquet with Babolat VS Touch Natural Gut 16 in the mains and Luxilon Alu Power 16L in the crosses.
Marin Cillic Racquet Specs
Like many other pro players, Marin Cilic has heavily modified his racquet. Head or Cilic himself haven’t released what modifications have been done to his racquet, however, it’s pretty obvious that he has added some serious weight to his racquet.
Here are the Head Microgel Radical MP (pro stock code TGK231.3) racquet specifications.
- Head Size: 93 sq.in
- Length: 27 in
- Weight (strung): 12.3 oz /
- Stiffness: 64
- String Pattern: 16×19
- Swingweight: 310
Can You Buy Marin Cillic Racquet?
The Pro stock version of the Head Microtel Radical MP called TGK231.3 is one of the rarest tennis racquets in the world right now, so if you are looking to buy Marin Cilic racquet, you are up for a challenge. However, they are sometimes listed on sites like prostocktennis and eBay. Go there and test your luck.
If you are looking to buy the racquet that it looks like Cilic plays with, the Head Graphene Touch Prestige Mid, it’s one of the most popular racquets in the world right now. With all the popularity, it’s available pretty much everywhere, however, the price differs a lot depending on where you buy it from, but as I’m writing this, I found the best 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 (ATP)