The Austrian brand takes a big step in the habits and construction methods of snowshoes. padel by soon offering a pala with just one hole.

A few rare brands had already launched themselves into this type of racket, including DropShot with a single-hole sieve in 2014 which did not appeal to the general public. Why only one hole? Quite simply because the regulations of the International Federation of Padel (FIP) stipulates that there must be at least one hole on the palas.

This new attempt signed Head will it appeal to the general public? Our official tester Stéphane Penso will give you a detailed report dedicated to this racquet soon.

We can already tell you that after the first tests of this racquet, we were amazed by its lightness and maneuverability.

Unlike the racquets of this type that had been tested so far and which were traditionally rigid and aimed at an audience with a good arm, this racquet is light (345 grams) and flexible.

The France racket sports marketing and sales manager for Head, Ludovic Luchini, will come back to this racquet at greater length shortly.

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.