Although it is impossible to state which tennis racquet is the GOAT (greatest of all time), Head's Pro Tour 280 is likely on the shortlist of a great many players. Originally launched in the early '90s as part of Head's Trisys line, the Pro Tour 280 (630 in Europe) became a staple at the elite levels of the game. The most recent version of the Pro Tour 280 is called the Pro Tour 2.0. Unlike the original Austrian-made Pro Tour 280, the 2.0 has CAP grommets, and the graphite layup lacks Twaron, a dampening aramid used by Head in the late '80s and '90s. According to our playtest team, this update also swings a tad easier than the original, and although it has its own distinct and compelling identity, the Pro Tour 2.0 doesn't forget its roots. With its dense string pattern, 20-mm beam and sub-100-square-inch head, the 2.0 gave our crew the surgical control and sublime ball feedback that has defined so many of Head's vintage player's racquets. Granted, with its 335 swingweight, this racquet can be challenging to swing, but for the advanced ball-striker who craves a rock-solid player's racquet with outstanding control and feel, the Head Pro Tour 2.0 is as good as it gets.