What tennis racquet does Diego Schwartzman use? Know about his tennis gear here

Diego Schwartzman is one of Argentina’s finest tennis players on the circuit today. Read about the tennis racquet he uses here.

Diego Schwartzman celebrates a point; Credit: [email protected]

Diego Schwartzman is one of Argentina’s finest tennis players on the circuit today. He is nicknamed El Peque (the short one) due to his small build and stature.

Schwartzman’s career hasn’t seen him notch much success in terms of titles won; he’s only won four titles in a professional career that has lasted over 10 years at this point.

However, his good showings in Grand Slam events mean that his remains up in the top 20 of the ATP rankings.

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Schwartzman turned pro in 2010 but it took him until 2014 to start making an impact on the ATP events.

That was the year he won four Challenger trophies at Aix-en-Provence, Prague, Campinas, and San Juan. That set him up well for 2015.

However, he didn’t manage a senior ATP title in that year. He reached the semis of the Istanbul Open and also the semis of the Davis Cup with Argentina.

Schwartzman’s game revolves around hitting strong forehand and backhand shots from the baseline, and he is capable either as a counter-puncher or while going on the offensive.

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However, he is better while defensive, as he can retrieve long shots better. He is also quick and that, combined with his baseline game, makes him better suited to clay courts.

Nevertheless, his high profile life as a tennis star means there is plenty of interest in him and his personal life. This, of course, also includes the kind of equipment he uses to play the sport.

Here we are going to analyse the most important tool a tennis player uses on court – a racquet.

Diego Schwartzman racquet

Schwartzman uses the Head Radical racquet and has done so for quite a while now. However, the paint job on his racquet is a different one, and it is of the one he is paid money to endorse.

The racquet that he endorses is the Head Graphene XT Radical Pro with strings from Luxilon Alu Power 1.25.

Of course, it is worth noting that the racquet the Argentine player uses would be heavily customised for his needs. This is true in the case of all pros, meaning it is difficult to determine the specifications of the racquet.

Below, we shall check out the specs of the racquet he endorses.

Racquet specs

Length68.58 cm
Head size632 sq.cm
Weight329 g
Balance32 cm
Beam width20 mm/23 mm/21 mm
Swing weight332
String pattern16 x 19

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