Is a rough racquet better than a smooth racquet?

Give us your opinion on an “essential” question of the padel : is it necessary to have a “grain” to play better? We are not talking here about the necessary touch of madness to pack a match, but rackets whose rough surface is supposed to magnify your game.

Some say that it promotes spin or better control, others believe that this roughness is not very useful. And if the grain favored above all a placebo effect?

Wilson Bela Pro Rough Surface
Some palas have reliefs integrated into the mass of others added to the surface

En Clicking HERE, you will be able to give your opinion – motivated and argued – on the rackets in relief (and on the others). We will retain the most relevant arguments to summarize your opinions.

Give us your opinion

After 40 years of tennis, Jérôme falls into the pot of padel in 2018. Since then, he thinks about it every morning while shaving… but never shaves pala in hand! Journalist in Alsace, he has no other ambition than to share his passion with you, whether you speak French, Italian, Spanish or English.