The Adidas Power Precision Tour Evo 2.0 is surprising paddle racket. She is not part of the high-end Adidas and yet ... It would have a place. An atypical form, noble materials, zoom on the Power Precision Tour 2.0:

Specifications

pala-power-precision turn-evo-20The racket is covered with fiberglass while the frame consists of 100% carbon fiber. A classic blend of high-end and safe. Like the majority of Adidas racquets, it has a slight protection.

The racket is diamond-shaped, although it looks round.

In reality, it is a particularly well balanced intermediate racket. One could expect a strong weight in the head and a powerful racket ... But that is not really the case. It's really a good compromise between power and control. The balance is centered which makes it very manageable.

The touch is very pleasant, it absorbs the impact of the ball without losing its power The impact zone is very good since it is on almost the entire surface of the racket ... This means that we do not have to play in full center to have a good outfit.

On the pista

Some rackets have complicated grip. This one is almost immediate. We take it and we already feel good.

She is very easy to handle, in defense, she is really tolerant. Stolen or lob, the ball is easy to place thanks to its good control. As for the power, there are more powerful rackets but this one is sufficient .. If you strike the ball well, it is possible to make it leave the pista.

Conclusion

This is one of the surprises of the year being one of the most complete Adidas racquets. For what type of player? Ideal for players seeking control without loss of power, it is manageable and quick adaptation. It is suitable for any type of level of play, and it is a good choice for players with a very varied game. Being composed of fiberglass, this racket has in addition an affordable price (185 € that one can find with less than 150 €).

Franck Binisti

Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Pyramid Club in 2009 in the Paris region. Since then padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France by going to cover the big French paddle events.