So this is the Head Graphene XT Cyano 120, or Head Cyano 120 for short.
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Racket Specs chart
Advertised weight (unstrung): 120 gramsHead size: 500 cm sqString pattern: 12x17Measured weight (all-in): 155 gramsMeasured balance: 36.0 cmMeasured frame stiffness (?): 168 hertz
The Cyano 120 is new for 2015 in the Head squash rackets lineup, and will set you back about $190.
This year, Head has three versions of the teardrop-shaped Cyano. There’s this one, the Head Graphene XT Cyano 120. There’s also a lighter one, the Head Graphene XT Cyano 110, and a heavier one, the Head Graphene XT Cyano 135.
Here’s my own take on this racket. Lots of power, and I was able to find the control after playing with it for a bit. Thanks to Ben from Head for sending me this racket to review.
If you’ve played with it, please leave a review in the comments below!
Here’s Nour El Tayeb, who was using the Head Graphene XT Cyano 120 at the 2015 US Open:
Photo by Steve Cubbins ∞
Here’s Nour again, hitting a few nicks. I think I could watch this on repeat for about 4 hours.
First time on court since the surgery. Feels sweeeeeeetttt to be hitting the ball again!!
Posted by Nour El Tayeb on Sunday, January 17, 2016
Line Hansen was using this racket at the 2016 British Open:
Photo via Steve Cubbins
Amina Yousry was using this at the 2016 Wadi Degla:
Photo via SquashSite →