Head Padel launches its teasing on the new padel racket: The Alpha Pro 2. This second generation of racquet after the first Alpha Pro is the logical continuation of a success story.
The quality of the racket has a lot to do with it. But not only. Communication on this pala has always been optimal with the banner of the pala: Sanyo Gutierrez.
On the Austrian brand's social networks, Head asks who could play with this racquet. It is hard to imagine Sanyo changing range. Especially since the racket suits him perfectly with results.
Head Alpha and Sanyo are too closely related today to see them go their separate ways. Now Head has always amazed us. What if she was up to something?
We will know more in 4 days, on September 9th. But a priori, the shape of the racket will remain relatively the same. We predict a racket that will stay very close to the Alpha 1. Why change a pala that works and that appeals?
Perhaps the sweet spot will evolve, if we observe the distribution of the holes on the drawing displayed by Head. We see snowshoes gain in aerodynamics, more streamlined. Maybe we are moving towards this type of design.
The Alpha 1 already was. Maybe Head Padel accentuated this aspect there.
In terms of looks, the fashion for black is drying up and Head padel has evolved its colors in recent weeks with black and yellow. In his communication we also see black and yellow. We bet this is a clue to the look of the new pala.
To make you wait, we remind you of the look of the Head Padel Alph Pro 2:
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.