HEAD Titanium Ti. S6 racquet review

If you favor a very light racquet for a fast and easy swing and prefer an extra large string bed to increase your chances of a great shot, the Head Titanium Ti S6 is for you. Thanks to its massive 115 square inch head, the Ti S6 is a shot saver in the hands of a player who needs more spin and a high level of power. The titanium material is a great choice for those who depend on the racquet to aid in creating more power and swing speed. It is a very forgiving racquet for new or veteran tennis players and is a favorite for seniors and those who depend on the racquet to do more work. This very light, very powerful, and well balanced Head racquet is a beginners delight for a great price.

Massive sweetspot and an ultra light titanium body give this racquet extra ooomph and forgiveness to get the ball back. It’s a perfect starter racquet and recommended especially for beginners and seniors at all levels. Ultra light means quick, easy swings at the net and midcourt which aids players who let the ball come to them.


Oversize Specs
Head Size:
115 sq. in. / 742 sq. cm.
Length: 27.75 inches / 70 cm
Strung Weight: 8.9oz / 252g
Balance: 8 pts Head Heavy
Swingweight: 318
Stiffness: 75
Beam Width: Straight Beam Widebody
Composition: Graphite/Titanium Composite
Power Level: High
Swing Speed: Slow-Moderate
Grip Type: Head Cusion Grip
String Pattern:
16 Mains / 19 Crosses
Mains skip: 8T,7H,9H
One Piece
No shared holes
String Tension: 57-66 pounds

2 thoughts on “HEAD Titanium Ti. S6 racquet review

  1. Great Review! Thanks for the info. It’s one of our most popular products and this easy read explains exactly why. We like this racquet ourselves and would recommend it but thanks for the external view too

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