The Opfeel SR 990 Control is a 2019 model from Decathlon. It was added to the Decathlon lineup in 2019 and is part of their Opfeel range. This is Decathlon’s top-of-the-line traditional bridged frame. It’s the counterpart to the Opfeel SR 990 Power (Camille Serme’s racket), which is a teardrop frame. Like the 990 Power, […]
The Opfeel SR 990 Power is a 2019 squash racket from Decathlon. This will be Camille Serme’s racket starting in 2019. It’s an updated version of the Artengo SR 990 from 2017. Decathlon changed the branding of their squash rackets from Artengo to Opfeel in 2019. Here’s a teaser photo featuring Camille: Here’s Camille using […]
The Dunlop Hyperfibre XT Revelation Junior, also stylized as the Dunlop Hyperfibre XT Revelation JNR. This is a $90 junior squash racket that’s two inches shorter than an adult squash racket, but it’s got a decent cosmetic that matches the Dunlop Hyperfibre XT Revelation 125 from Dunlop’s 2019 lineup. I took a look at this […]
The Dunlop Tempo Tour 4.0 is another $75 model from Dunlop in 2019 and it’s 165 grams. There’s also the Tempo Pro (160 grams) and the Tempo Elite (155 grams).
The Dunlop Tempo Pro 4.0 is a $75 model coming out from Dunlop in 2019:
The Dunlop Tempo Elite 4.0 is an $80 traditional head shape frame from Dunlop for 2019:
Finally in Dunlop’s low-priced 2019 rackets we have the Dunlop Blaze Tour 4.0, a traditional bridged head with traditional stringing pattern:
The Dunlop Blaze Pro 4.0 is a low-priced teardrop racket from Dunlop for 2019:
The Dunlop Blaze Inferno 4.0 is a low-priced 2019 racket from Dunlop with a traditional bridged throat and fan stringing pattern:
Alison Waters will be using the Ashaway PowerKill 115 starting with the 2019 season: Her string is the classic SuperNick XL.