HEAD TiS5 ComfortZone Tennis Racquet

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Product Details

The HEAD® TiS5 ComfortZone prestrung tennis racquet features a titanium/graphite construction and excellent maneuverability. ComfortZone provides additional dampening to reduce vibration, as well as an enlarged sweetspot for more power.

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Key Specs:

  • Model: 236075
  • Racquet Length: 27.75 inches
  • Head Size: 107 sq. in
  • Prestrung: Yes
  • Racquet Balance: Head Heavy
  • Balance Point: 375 mm
  • Unstrung Weight: 8.2 oz
  • String Pattern: 16 x 19
 

Features

 

Benefits

  • Swing Style: Combination
  • Moderate swings share power from both your swinging motion and the racquet flex. Benefits players looking for a balance of power and control.
  • Frame Composition: Titanium/Graphite
  • Titanium/Graphite frames offer stiffness and rigidity for power.

Additional Info

  • Technology: ComfortZone

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Product Reviews

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HEAD TiS5 ComfortZone Tennis Racquet
 
4.1

(based on 14 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (7)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (0)

67%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Lightweight (6)
  • Large sweet-spot (3)
  • Well built / quality (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Beginner (4)

Reviewed by 14 customers

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4.0

Good, but could be better

By Tina

from MA

Verified Buyer

Comments about HEAD TiS5 ComfortZone Tennis Racquet:

I bought this racquet for my father, who is an avid and recreational tennis player. His favorite racquet is the TiS2. He claimed that this one just didn't feel the same. Tried the racquet out myself and it felt fine to me.

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4.0

Great racket

By Jimmhy

from Gainesville, Fl

Verified Buyer

Comments about HEAD TiS5 ComfortZone Tennis Racquet:

I am a 70 year old player and this is my 5th TiS5. It is light and provides good power. The only problem is that after a few years each racket develops a rattle in the handle or frame which is very annoying. I replace it with a new one since the price is right.

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5.0

Fantastic Racquet

By Pery

from Orlando - Fl

Verified Buyer

Comments about HEAD TiS5 ComfortZone Tennis Racquet:

I did not believe that a good racquet would do a difference in my play. This did. Much more control of the ball.

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4.0

Very good.

By Bikers

from Bellevue,wa

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Comments about HEAD TiS5 ComfortZone Tennis Racquet:

Very good!

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4.0

Much better than expected

By Steve

from New Berlin, WI

Verified Buyer

Comments about HEAD TiS5 ComfortZone Tennis Racquet:

Bought this to replace my Wilson nFury Hybrid. I was skeptical of how it would do (I'm a topspin baseline hitter) and it has so far surprised me with its pop and maneuverability. It could use a bit more bite into the ball but that'll be fixed with a restring of more spin-friendly strings.

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5.0

very comfortable racquet

By liebo1

from searingtown,ny

Verified Buyer

Comments about HEAD TiS5 ComfortZone Tennis Racquet:

recreational tennis, nice power grip

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(2 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

No power, small sweet spot

By Tom L

from Connecticut

About Me Casual Athlete

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Creates Spin
  • Good Accuracy
  • Lightweight
  • Quality Construction

Cons

  • Small Sweet-Spot

Best Uses

  • Intermediate

Comments about HEAD TiS5 ComfortZone Tennis Racquet:

You have to swing very hard to generate any pace with this racquet. Everything I hit is short, and the sweet spot is very small. This is not a forgiving racquet. I think you have to be a fairly strong intermediate player to be effective with this racquet.

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(2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

gave me tennis elbow

By jkl

from texas

About Me Competitive Athlete

Pros

  • Large Sweet-Spot
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Wierd wieght distribution

Best Uses

  • Beginner

Comments about HEAD TiS5 ComfortZone Tennis Racquet:

its an ok raquet even though it gave me tennis elbow

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(1 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Read the below

By john

from florida

About Me Weekend Warrior

Pros

  • Lightweight

Cons

  • poor construction

Best Uses

  • Beginner

Comments about HEAD TiS5 ComfortZone Tennis Racquet:

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(5 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Racquet to tame

By Bob_100

from Jacksonville, FL

About Me Competitive Athlete

Pros

  • Good Accuracy
  • Great Feel
  • Large Sweet-Spot
  • Lightweight
  • Quality Construction

Cons

  • Difficult to Spin

Best Uses

  • Professional

Comments about HEAD TiS5 ComfortZone Tennis Racquet:

If you are an old school player like me, you will need a complete follow thru stroke to hit the ball comfortably and generate good spin
In general it was just a matter of being patience and get use to the racquet. It will definitely improve your game since you need to completely swing away every ball, "you won't have time to play around" on your strokes, it will turn you into an agressive player.

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