What tennis racquet does Jannik Sinner use? Know about his tennis gear here

Jannik Sinner is seen as one of the most promising players in the world right now. Read about the tennis racquet he uses here.

Jannik Sinner in a file photo; Credit: Jannik Sinner Twitter

Jannik Sinner is proof that a successful junior career is not a necessity for success on the professional level of the game.

The young prospect from Innichen, Italy, was never the most prolific at junior level. He started playing in ITF juniors tournaments only in 2016.

His career-high ranking as a junior was 133. He also never took part in a single junior Grand Slam. But barely two years after his junior career started, he turned pro.

Now he’s a player who’s already breached the Top 10 of the ATP rankings. What’s more, he is seen as one of the most promising players in the world right now.

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The risk he took as a junior might not have paid off for any ordinary player. Then again, Sinner is no ordinary tennis player.

He won his first ATP Challenger title aged 17 in 2019, despite having no prior wins at that level. In doing so, he became the first player born in 2001 to reach a Challenger final.

The end of 2021 also saw him make his debut in the ATP Finals. He didn’t qualify for the tournament but his ranking saw him named as one of the back-up options.

And he got his chance when compatriot Matteo Berrettini had to withdraw due to an injury. Sinner won one match but lost the other, thus failing to make the semi-finals.

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Nevertheless, his consistent showings on the ATP tour and even Grand Slams have him earmarked for plenty of success in the future.

And based on his rapid rise in the tennis world, only a brave betting man would write him off.

Jannik Sinner racquet

Jannik Sinner is one of many including the likes Bianca Andreescu and Coco Gauff, that endorse the Head Graphene 360+ Speed MP Racket.

However, like most players, Sinner uses a Pro Stock racquet which has a paint job of a different model, which is the TGT 301.4.

The TGT 301.4 is the mould used for the now unavailable retail Head Graphene Touch Speed MP. This racquet was on the market around 2016.

Racquet specs

Head size100 square inches
Length27 inches
Unstrung weight307 grams
Strung weight325 grams
Strung balance33.3 cm
Swing weight340 kg.cm square
String pattern16 x 19
Grip styleHydrosorb Pro
Grip sizeUnknown

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