Alexander Zverev is one of the form players on the ATP Tour in 2021.

The German was part of the Team Europe outfit that won the Laver Cup and he recently also won the Cincinnati Masters crown and reached the US Open semi-finals.

The 24-year-old also won the Olympic gold medal in Tokyo where he toppled Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals and Karen Khachanov in the men’s singles final.

If you’re wondering what racquet Zverev has used to cause all the destruction of late, Tennis Opinion Worldwide has you covered.

Zverev has played with HEAD racquets his entire professional career and currently uses the HEAD Gravity Pro.

He used a HEAD Speed until 2019 before becoming the poster boy for the HEAD Gravity line of racquets.


Zverev’s racquet is 100 square inches and has an unstrung weight of 325 grams, with an 18×20 string pattern.

The racquet is 27 inches in length and a consistent all-round beam width of 20mm.

Zverev’s racquet is over 340 grams when strung and has a swing weight of about 360. He uses a 4 3/8 grip size.

This racquet comes with Head’s Graphene 360+ technology and has a softer feel and bigger sweet spot combined with great power, control and access to spin.

It’s a great stick for a baseliner but also to finish points off at the net.

Picture: Alexander Zverev – Western & Southern Open/Twitter