Special forms - head shape
(documented or estimated)
From Siegfried Kuebler. The first Widebody racket worldwide. The first prototypes were made as early as 1984. Constructed according to the principles established in German patent no. 3434 956.
It is the first racket where the rackets´ head moves back and stays in contact with the ball leaving the racket until the head reaches its original position again. Ball precision and acceleration are increased to an extent never reached before. The profiles of the frame are about 38 mm wide in the throat area.
Another racket shown below, the Kuebler Big Point 125.
The Berlin Tennis Gallery received the rackets as a donation from Siegfried Kuebler in 2001.