The Dunlop Blackstorm Titanium.
This racket was released back in 2010 I think, and I’m pretty sure it was succeeded by the Dunlop Biomimetic Max series. I’ve noticed this racket is, at this writing in 2014, available for pre-order at the Dunlop Store. So this racket may be making a comeback.
Image via sweatband.com
Paul from PDH Sports makes a good point in this review: though this is priced as a midrange racket, it still plays nicely and is quality construction. Over and over on the PSA tour we’ll see players preferring to play with older rackets — even (and perhaps especially) world #1 Ramy Ashour — just because they are used to them or who knows why. But the bottom line is you don’t necessarily need to buy the latest and greatest top-of-the line racket to play squash well.