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Stefan Mohr, of HEAD Sport, will be presenting at the Composites in Sport 2018 event that will take place from 3-4 October in Loughborough, UK.

23rd July 2018

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Loughborough

Sports/​Outdoor

Stefan Mohr will also be presenting at the Composites in Sport 2018 event that will take place from 3-4 October in Loughborough, UK, exploring new composite material developments in sports-related applications including equipment, safety wear, apparel, prosthetics and infrastructure.

Siobhan Longhurst: Composites have obviously been hugely influential in the evolution of racquets for tennis and other sports. How close are we to producing the "perfect" tennis racquet?

Stefan Mohr: Racquet Sport Composite Engineering has raised modern tennis to an extreme height. Are we close to a perfect racquet? I’d turn the question around. Does a perfect racquet exist? First of all, a big part of the tennis racquet performance is how well it fulfils the players subjective perception and demands. Since we all come in a wide variety of mass, size, flexibility and more complex features like sensibility and coordination potential, it’s quite obvious that different players have different expectations. So, does the perfect racquet for an individual human being exist?..

Read the full interview on our Inside Composites website

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