Tecnifibre squash rackets are used by tons of pros and regular players. You can check out the latest Tecnifibre squash rackets below.
The 125 S is teardrop-shaped and at 125 grams, quite light. It’s also a relatively flexible racket (not a stiff frame).
This is the most popular Tecnifibre racket among the pros. I’d guess it’s the most popular racket on the entire pro circuit.
Tecnifibre Carboflex 125
Same mold, but 130 grams. A bit of a stiffer frame, I think. A few pros play with this model.
Tecnifibre Carboflex 130
This is a bit new in the range. Previously this was a 140 gram racket, and I think Thierry Lincou used it. Anyway in 2015 they’ve taken 5 grams out of this puppy.
Tecnifibre Carboflex 140
This one seems to be the same mold as the rackets above, but it’s a bit heavy at 155 grams. At $80, its priced for beginners.
The Tecnifibre Dynergy AP rackets were introduced in 2016. They have a teardrop head shape like the Carboflex models above, but the stringing pattern is different — the strings loop around an arch in the throat of the racket. Miguel Angel Rodriguez just switched to this racket.
Now we get into the traditional head shape rackets. This one’s the lightest, at 125 grams. Siyoli Waters and Dipika Pallikal use this.
130 grams, 5 grams heavier than the one above. Lucas Serme and Alister Walker use this.
Tecnifibre Suprem NG 130
135 grams, the next weight up from the racket above.
Tecnifibre Suprem Calibur 135
This is advertised at 160 grams, so the heaviest of this frame shape. I’ve hit with this and it didn’t feel THAT heavy in the hand.