Who Is it good for:
Head MXG5 is designed with beginners to strong intermediate players in mind. And as such, it will have a strong following from junior tennis players transitioning to adult racquets to adult players who prefer a lighter racquet with all the possible bells and whistles. Its light weight (275 grams unstrung) and a slightly extended length (27.2″) will allow you to take powerful bites at the ball. In addition the forgiving 105 squared inch head delivers easy power. The spiny 16×18 string pattern supplies plenty of bite for bringing the ball down within the periphery of baseline.
Head MXG5 Innovations:
Head builds this racquet with MXG Technology, which combines the power and dampening of Graphene Touch with a Magnesium infused throat bridge. By keeping the upper hoop more stable at impact, this unique bridge consequently creates a more predictable launch angle off the string bed. Furthermore, this bridge accommodates longer, free moving main strings, causing a larger trampoline effect, and therefore extra power..
How it feels:
On serves, the slightly extended length indeed translates into easier power, and there’s plenty of spin potential for hitting effective slices. With groundstrokes power comes effortlessly. At net the 105 square inch head provides a large sweetspot for making clean contact with the ball. All in all, with the MXG 5, Head has delivered a great option for the beginners to strong intermediate players who desire easy access to power,control and spin. Inevitably, Head MXG5 is a must to try.