Padel Magazine - Dropshot continues the momentum and success of its Conqueror with the 2.0. Let's be honest, this racket is exactly the same as its counterpart 2013 but with the look and more. It must be said that this racket does not leave indifferent with its colors between black and yellow.
On a technical level, this racket has a great because it is built from noble materials (titanium carbon) and it will satisfy the most attacking of you.
This racquet is a real racing car because it allows to put a lot of effect and power in the ball; it's good because it's his program. It is aimed rather at players with a good level. I advise the beginner to take it because 1 / it costs a certain price and 2 / for less expensive a racket less technical will make you play much better.
In terms of grip and maneuverability, no problem either. Its handle hangs well, and its shape between "round and diamond" offers a very good fluidity in the shots.
This paddle racket used by Juan Martin Diaz (World Number One) is in summary, the tool par excellence for attackers with a confirmed level.
Franck Binisti - Padel Magazine
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.