A racket that brings everything together. Strangely, it's hard to say if this racket is more offensive than defensive. Its shape of mixed sieve neither round nor oval, it offers a comfort of games quite surprising.
It is a rather flexible racket. The eraser used is the famous black eva (the HR3) which gives its look a plus.
A raspy sieve
The first thing that will surprise you by using this racket finally is the raspy side of the sieve. It reminds tennis ropes that are not so filiform to give effect to the ball. This sieve takes the concept of tennis to accentuate the effects.
If several players tested the racket, none could say if this type of sieve brought a real plus, especially in the effects of balls. In any case, it does not bring negatives and at best a tweezers of additional effects in the ball.
The technology used is "Impact Marks". This technology used at the moment mainly by Enebe (but more and more at other brands) allows to propose a rough sieve to accentuate the rotations of the ball during smashes lifted among others.
Recall that what gives the effect to the ball is the width of the holes. The wider it is, the more the effects will be accentuated to the detriment of the handling of the racket. Enebe wanted to try a concept that allows to give effect to the ball with maximum maneuverability. We can estimate that it is successful since the racket is indeed very manageable without loss of effects. Nevertheless other rackets with different and more classic technologies arrive at the similar result.
A very balanced racket
This racket is designed for players who do not want a racquet too control-oriented, or a racquet too focused on offensive phases with too much power. In short, it's almost the perfect balance and we understand why a player such as Matias Nicoletti (professional padel player) likes so much with this racket.
True to Enebe, it relies on equipment of very good quality and the Aerox is no exception. Everything is in full carbon (100% carbon): the sieve and the wrist.
Its weight 360 / 370gr allows it to be played by men but also by women. This racket is swift but sweet too. Competitors will appreciate it.
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.