Head iPrestige Kuerten

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Kuerten

Gustavo Kuerten (Portuguese pronunciation: [ɡusˈtavu ˈkiɾtẽ]; born September 10, 1976) is a retired formerWorld No. 1 tennis player from Brazil. He won the French Open three times (19972000, and 2001), and was the Tennis Masters Cup champion in 2000, becoming the only player to defeat Pete Sampras andAndre Agassi in the same major tournament.

 

BornSeptember 10, 1976, Florianópolis, Santa Catarina, Brazil

A quick peek at the specifications for this racquet will show why Gustavo was such a feared competitor.  Not only was he greatly talented his racquet was providing massive power and control.

Manufacturer
Head
Racquet ModelHead iPrestige Kuerten
Reference TensionNot Strung
StringNot Strung
Static Data
ASPS, RDC0
ASPS, FlexFour0
Racquet Flex, RDC63
Racquet Flex, FlexFour45
Weight, Gram357.8
Weight, Ounce12.62
Balance, mm308
Balance, Inch12.13
Length, cm68.7
Length, Inch27.04
Head Width9.50
Head Length12.81
Head Area, sq cm616.7
Head Area, sq in95.6
Number of Main Strings18
Number of Cross Strings20
Ratio Cross/Main0.66
Main String Grid7.37
Cross String Grid9.56
Density0.737
Average Cross String Spacing0.478
Average Main String Spacing0.409
Dynamic Data
Dynamic Tension, KP, ERTNot Strung
Dynamic Tension, Lbs/inNot Strung
First Moment, Nm0.835
Polar Moment369
Torsional Stability14
Swing Weight, Gram355
Swing Weight, Ounce12.52
Swing Weight Calculated339.4
Power, RDCNot Strung
Control, RDCNot Strung
Maneuverability, RDC
Not Strung
Power, Calculated2159.3
Head Points11.18
Head Weight, Percent44.8
Center of Percussion22.7
Dwell Time, MsNot Strung
Effective StiffnessNot Strung
K, lb/inNot Strung
Recoil Weight202.57
Twist Weight242.52

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