Yo, it’s the 2020 Tecnifibre Carboflex Airshaft 135 that I never posted. This is the successor to the X-Speed 135.
Spotted this post from Stellar on their Instagram. Looks like they’ll be coming out with some squash shoes to go with their rackets. Here’s another angle. Apparently they are calling these the “Redback”.
Tecnifibre is launching some new frames soon. In this photo from Mohamed Elshorbagy’s Twitter, you can see his new Carboflex (thanks Lloyd).
Racketware is a sensor that you attach to the end of your squash racket. Here’s the trailer for it: I’ve made a few videos so far of me trying to learn the app. Here’s a playlist of the videos so far: You can buy it / learn more on the Racketware website.
Spotted a new racket called the Harrow Meta (thanks Keir). Looks Carboflex-ish. According to Harrow these have a new trap door end cap. I guess that’s so you can more easily remove any debris that’s rattling around inside the racket. Pink Carolina Blue
Harrow making fun of the Maurizio Cattelan banana on their Instagram is pretty amusing:
Here’s a report on the squash equipment of the top pros based on the December 2019 rankings. (The last update I did was from June.) If you see any errors, let me know in the comments – thanks Sections: men | women
The Opfeel SR 960 Control was introduced in 2019. It’s a traditional head shape. There is also an Opfeel SR 960 Power with a teardrop head shape.
The Opfeel SR 960 Power is an updated version of the prior Artengo SR 960 model. This is a teardrop racket. Decathlon have also introduced a new model called the SR 960 Control, which has a traditional head shape.
The Opfeel SR 590 Power was added to the Decathlon range in 2019. It’s a teardrop counterpart to the SR 590 Control.