The Adidas Fast Precision Response is a racquet padel practically the opposite of the Power Precision Tour evo 2.0. We will try to understand it better:


Diamond shaped, the ball racket has a feel that is not necessarily its strong point. The balance of the racket rather in the lead perhaps accentuates this difficult touch. Finding the right impact zone is complicated and getting the ball out is rather technical. But when you find this impact zone, the racket is poisonous for opponents.

Like other rackets from Adidas, it carries a fine protection at the level of the edge which is not useless in case of friction of the racket with the mesh.

On the pista

The first thing to note: This is not an easy racket to play. It requires a lot of technique and a certain amount of adaptation to control it.

In defense, it is hard to master. Unless you are well placed with a very good technique, it is not obvious.

It is a very powerful racket that requires a little technique, it can hurt its opponents. The flights are fast and deep.

His strong point is the smash. But again, you will need a little technique to get the balls out.


It's a racket for which power takes precedence over control. It is necessary to have technique as well as a little patience to adapt to it.

It is intended for advanced players with an offensive game

Beginners or average players refrain.

Franck Binisti

Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Club des Pyramides in 2009 in the Paris region. Since padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France going to cover the major events of padel French.