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Make more out of your tennis game - with HEAD

As the absolute top brand in tennis, HEAD offers tennis fans a comprehensive range of tennis equipment.
HEAD tennis products appeal to every type of player, from tournament players to recreational players. Many tennis professionals also rely on the HEAD brand and can be seen on the ATP Tour wearing HEAD's innovative tennis equipment, including Novak Djokovic, Alexander Zverev, Jannik Sinner, Diego Schwartzman, Andrey Rublev, Jan-Lennard Struff, Lorenzo Musetti and Marin Cilic. Top players such as Coco Gauff, Bianca Andreescu or Sloane Stephens also present themselves on the WTA Tour with a racquet and stylish tennis clothing from HEAD.

HEAD with revolutionary engineering in tennis and skiing

The HEAD brand has its roots in skiing. Founder Howard Head became passionate about skiing in the mid-1940s, but was not satisfied with the prevailing material. As an engineer, he used metal and aircraft construction techniques to design a better, lighter and more efficient ski, taking his cue from the metal sandwich construction used in the aircraft industry.In 1968, HEAD established a tennis division within the company and just one year later presented the first metal tennis racket at the U.S. Open.

Howard Head sold his company in 1969 and dedicated his retirement to tennis. Since his tennis game had hardly improved even with a metal racket and numerous lessons, he developed the first oversized metal tennis racket. With his engineering skills and this innovative racquet, he revolutionized tennis after skiing.

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Your Game Is Our Game

HEAD's new mission: change how the world thinks about tennis, padel and pickleball.

HEAD is launching its most ambitious campaign yet to get us all playing more racquet sports like tennis, padel and pickleball. We have an important insight to share: Racquet sports are the most accessible games in the world. Anyone can play - regardless of age, fitness, skill or experience.

What other sports are so open to everyone? That means they have huge potential to inspire almost anyone to try them out for themselves. In other words, many people love tennis, padel and pickleball - they just don't know it yet. They can enjoy all the physical, mental and social benefits of the game, and HEAD is there to help with tips, tricks and all the performance equipment and apparel they might need.

This ambitious mission to get us all playing is encapsulated in the Your Game is Our Game campaign.

HEAD puts forward. Until now, simply no one has talked about tennis, padel or pickleball in this way. HEAD is now doing so in a campaign that literally anyone can join in on. It's an invitation to discover the sport, get active and healthy, and have fun.

This is going to be a game-changer. Your Game is Our Game.

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Legendary rackets: HEAD as a driver of technical innovation

Die Marke HEAD steht im Tennissport für technische Innovationen. Immer wieder gelang es den Tüftlern des Sportartikelunternehmens, neue Tennisschläger auf den Markt zu bringen, die ihrer Zeit weit voraus sind.

Seit den 1970er Jahren nahm HEAD Tennisschläger in das Produktsortiment des Unternehmens auf. Das Head Modell "Arthur Ashe Competition" war einer der ersten Composite-Schläger und erheblich stabiler als die bis dahin fast ausschließlich verwendeten Holzschläger. Arthur Ashe konnte der Marke HEAD im Tennis mit dem silberfarbenen Racket zu den ersten großen Erfolgen verhelfen. Er gewann das Turnier in Wimbledon mit dem legendären HEAD Arthur Ashe Competition 2. Unvergesslich bleiben auch Andre Agassis Erfolge auf dem Tennisplatz mit dem HEAD Radical, einem der ganz großen Klassiker unter den HEAD Tennisschlägern.

Im Jahr 1997 produzierte HEAD den ersten Tennisschläger aus Titan und Graphit, der sich mit seiner leichten, armschonenden Bauweise großer Beliebtheit erfreute und einen technischen Quantensprung brachte. Eine weitere Innovation für den Tennissport war mit dem HEAD Intelligence die Entwicklung des ersten computergesteuerten Tennisschlägers, der mit Hilfe von Sensoren etwa die Hälfte aller Vibrationen unterdrückte und auf diese Weise dem Tennisarm den Kampf ansagte.