Meaning of "pro" in head racquets?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by clutch21, Aug 17, 2011.

  1. clutch21

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    When head designates a racquet with the "pro" suffix, it seems like all they do is put a leather grip on it. Is there any other things that head does differently with "pro" racquets that make them unique?
     
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  2. Cup8489

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    Heavier, generally, higher sw, and more open string pattern.
     
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  3. clutch21

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    I guess the specific example I am referencing is the prestige. It has a slightly higher sw than the mp but is a little lighter. so I didn't know if I was missing something, that made it more pro-ish if that makes sense..haha. Like the difference between the speed mp and the speed pro are day and night
     
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