HEAD presents golf-inspired Limited Edition Racquet Bag

June 25th, 2012

HEAD players carry “White” at Wimbledon
The line-up of HEAD sponsored players will surely draw attention during this year’s Grand Slam at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, thanks to the launch of the HEAD ‘White Monster Combi Limited Edition Racquet Bag’. Defending champion and world No.1 ranked Novak Djokovic premieres a true innovation in his opening match on the Wimbledon centre court, as the new white HEAD bag echoes the design and functionality found in golf bags. The white racquet carrier comes with a simple fold-out stand system which allows the stylish piece of kit to remain upright for easy access; when not in use, the unique stand system folds neatly out of the way.

Like all HEAD products, this limited edition racquet bag is made to fulfil the demands of ATP and WTA pro tennis players on tour. With a system of three main compartments, it is large enough to fit all gear modern players take on court, including an arsenal of up to 12 HEAD racquets. Two inside mesh pockets keep smaller items in their place while the backpack carry system assures a smooth walk to the courts. In addition, each bag comes with a handy shoe sac.

The bag will be well represented around the grounds of the All England club, with every HEAD player who qualifies into the tournament eligible to use one – next to title holder Novak Djokovic, local hero and World No. 4 Andy Murray, 2010 finalist Tomas Berdych and Marin Cilic, this year’s Aegon Championships winner at London’s Queen Club, will be amongst them.

The newest innovation from HEAD is hitting stores in-time for the start of the grass-court Grand Slam in London. But consumers need to make sure to get their special bag quickly, as only a limited quantity of this edition will be available at HEAD retail partners around the world.

Fans of HEAD Tennis on Facebook also have the chance to win the HEAD ‘White Monster Combi Limited Edition Racquet Bag’ in a bespoke sweepstake application on, including one special version signed by the HEAD Racquet Rebels as main prize.