"I absolutely feel as though I belong," said Fritz, who endorses the new HEAD RADICAL racquet, which will be launched in February with the upgrade of innovative Auxetic technology and a fresh, bold and asymmetrical design. Offering outstanding versatility and playability, the RADICAL is known as 'The People's Racquet'. Whether you are an intermediate player or an advanced tournament player, you will find a racquet within the four different models of the upgraded RADICAL series.
Befitting a man with such a fast serve, Fritz made rapid progress in 2022, a season of firsts. It was at the 2022 Australian Open that he reached the fourth round of a major for the first time, and there was another breakthrough in Indian Wells, in his home state of California, where he defeated Rafael Nadal to win a first ATP Masters 1000 title. What made that victory all the more remarkable (he called it a "wild dream, a childhood dream come true") was that he was in such excruciating pain beforehand from an ankle injury that his coaches and doctors advised him against playing.