HEAD tennis balls gained momentum and popularity during the 2007 tennis season and recently enjoyed success at the Davis Cup.
Fifty percent of all ties in the Davis Cup World Group utilized HEAD tennis balls on the court during the matches, including the most recent tie between Russia and Germany.
The debut of HEAD ATP balls on the ATP tour was in 2006 and they are now widely used in Europe with 53 percent of all ATP tournaments in Europe played with HEAD or Penn tennis balls. The balls will appear in upcoming ATP Masters Events in Madrid and Paris during October and also at the 2007 Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai in November.
"HEAD tennis balls provide me with consistent playability in all game situations," said HEAD Pro Richard Gasquet, "These balls offer outstanding benefits to everyone who wants to play great tennis!"
"I choose to play with HEAD tennis balls because I know I can rely on their consistancy in all game situations," said HEAD Pro Marat Safin, "The HEAD balls are extremely durable and set the bar for tennis ball innovation."
"I enjoy the durability and visibility of the HEAD tennis balls," said HEAD Pro Ivan Ljubicic, "I can rely on the balls in any game situation to help me provide a consistent performance during game play."
Junior tennis players are also enjoying playing with HEAD tennis balls during Tennis Europe Events. HEAD is the official ball sponsor and supplier of Tennis Europe, for the European junior flagship events, including the Junior Masters, Junior Championships, as well as the Winter Cup and European Nations Challenge.
The recently launched HEAD ball is also the official ball of the Tennis Europe Junior Tour, a circuit of 270 tournaments across three age groups (under, 12, 14 and 16). The tour passes through more than 40 European countries with 8,000 players from more than 100 teams participating annually.
Recognized as the best by professionals, HEAD is the official tennis ball of the ATP, ATP Masters Series and Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai.