Beginner tennis rackets like this Head Liquidmetal 4make for great medium-powered racquet and offers a dampened and comfortable playing feel. These beginner tennis rackets use Head's latest LiquidMetal technology as well as Head's proven TwinTube technology, both which are designed to give the racket more power. LiquidMetal is placed at the 10, 2, 4 and 8 o' clock racquet head positions in what Head calls Total Sweetspot Construction. Total Sweetspot Construction incorporates a corrugated construction to further increase stability in the racquet head. The LiquidMetal 4's broad appeal among intermediate players places it firmly in the "tweener" category. Offering a near even balance, the LiquidMetal 4 is a step away from previous head heavy "tweener" offerings. We found a controllable amount of power, a comfortable feel and an easy to maneuver racquet. During playtests, we found even shots struck near the frame came off the racquet with surprisingly little shock. The LiquidMetal 4 should appeal to 3.0 to 4.5 level players looking to add some power and a comfortable feel to their game. Buy this Head Liquidmetal 4 tennis racket for a price of $80.
June 15, 2009 5:10 PM | Tennis