Which tennis racquet does Lorenzo Musetti use?


Which tennis racquet does Lorenzo Musetti use?

Lorenzo Musetti

Lorenzo Musetti is a former World No. 1 junior from 2019. The nineteen year old from Carrara, Italy broke into the top. 100 of the World after qualifying and earning the biggest win of career over No. 9 Diego Schwartzman en route to the 2021 Acapulco Semi Finals. After that he reached the Quarter-finals of the Sardegna Open as well.

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Since then though Musetti has been a little inconsistent, which is understandable as he is just starting out on tour. At the Lyon Open, where he is currently competing, he is through to the Semi-finals. Currently the Italian is ranked No.88 in the World. 

Lorenzo Musetti uses a customized HEAD Extreme Tour

Lorenzo Musetti
Lorenzo Musetti

Lorenzo Musetti has an aggressive style of play that forces you to sit up and take notice. Single handed backhand whips, drop shots, forehands down the line, he plays them all. Even while playing as a junior, the Italian was known for his speed of return and timing. So what racquet does Musetti use. Well, he uses a pro version of the HEAD Extreme Tour, customized to a 320g unstrung. He strings it with a combination of HEAD Hawk Touch in the mains and HEAD Lynx Tour in the crosses. 

Lorenzo Musetti personalized pro HEAD Extreme Tour racquet info (unstrung):

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  • Head Size: 98 sq. in
  • Length: 27 in
  • Weight (strung): 11.4 oz / 323g
  • Balance: 6 pts HL
  • Flex: 65
  • String Pattern: 16×19
  • Swingweight: 318

Lorenzo Musetti one of the many tennis talents from Italy

Lorenzo Musetti
Lorenzo Musetti

Lorenzo Musetti is not the only Italian tennis player making headlines. Italy has in the last few years started producing an abundance of World class tennis talents. The biggest of them all of course is the nineteen year old Jannik Sinner. Sinner has already won two ATP Titles and reached the Finals of ATP 1000, the Miami Open, and is the one that looks set to win Grand-slams.   

Then there is Giulio Zeppieri, a talented left-hander, who already boasts of a title at ITF level. Not to forget Matteo Berrettini who is only twenty-five and has four ATP titles or Lorenzo Sonego who is twenty-six and has two ATP Titles.

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