HEAD Tennis
01/21/2017 at 17:43. Facebook
What a great third round of play. Here’s how our HEAD players battled on. #AusOpen
HEAD Tennis
01/19/2017 at 15:20. Facebook
That’s round 2 complete and nine HEAD players through! #AusOpen
HEAD Tennis
01/19/2017 at 15:43. Facebook
It's here! Introducing the new HEAD Instinct racquet. Effortless power and superior handling to match today’s dynamic game. Learn More here - [ Go.head.com Link ]
HEAD Tennis
01/17/2017 at 17:53. Facebook
Here’s how our HEAD players have got on in the first Slam of the year!
HEAD Tennis
01/17/2017 at 14:30. Facebook
The wait is almost over for the all new HEAD Instinct to arrive!
HEAD Tennis
01/16/2017 at 17:18. Facebook
Ahead of his first match, here’s Taylor Fritz talking about his secret weapon - the HEAD Hawk string.
HEAD Tennis
01/16/2017 at 11:00. Facebook
Who’s ready? #AusOpen
Some gasp, others grunt. Who will you be rooting for down under?
Those moments when… What on-court situations get you fired up the most?
Trust your Instinct. The all new HEAD Graphene Touch Instinct racquet series is coming.
Customize the all new HEAD Graphene Touch Speed Racquet. Make it yours here - [ Go.head.com Link ]
This time last year an impressive return to form saw HEAD player Sloane Stephens rank 30th at the start of 2016. With a new season just beginning, she’s ready to make it her own.
Effortless power is arriving - with the all new Instinct...
For Taylor Fritz, last year was all about his surge into the top 100 to become one of the youngest Americans to reach an ATP final. This year he enters the tour ranked 76th at just 19 years of age.
In 2016 Christina McHale made her spectacular first WTA title at the Japan Woman’s Open. There’ll be more of that from the strong baseliner as 2017 gets underway.
The US Open champion of 2014 Marin Cilic reached his career high as world no. 6 by the end of 2016. Time to get things started for the upcoming season.
What a start to the new year! HEAD players Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray battle for the first crown of 2017 - with the title finally going to Novak. Congrats also to Tomas Berdych and Fernando Verdasco making the semi's in Doha. Exciting year of Tennis ahead...
2016 saw HEAD’s Novak Djokovic win four Masters Titles and reach a new rankings points record. With the season now underway, there’s a lot more to come, including today's matchup in Doha against world number 1. Who will take this year's first crown?