Camille Serme, the top French player, has been sponsored by Artengo (and now Opfeel) since 2017.
Update: In 2022, Decathlon launched a new line of rackets under the Perfly Squash Rackets umbrella
Opfeel Squash Rackets
In 2019 Decathlon is releasing their updated range of squash rackets under the Opfeel brand name. Here’s a sneak peek from a photo shoot of Camille Serme with her new racket. Thanks to Rafael for the tip.
Photo via instagram →
Funnily enough it actually says “Artengo” on the tin in that photo, but the new rackets are called Opfeel and not Artengo.
This will be Camille’s racket starting in 2019. This is the top-of-the-line Opfeel teardrop racket and it currently costs £60.
In 2019 Decathlon split the SR 990 into Power and Control versions. The Control has a traditional bridged-throat frame and is the same price, £60:
This is the entry-level teardrop, at £30.
Artengo Squash Rackets
The original 2017 squash rackets from Decathlon were sold under the Artengo brand name. I first heard about Artengo squash rackets when top French player Camille Serme posted on her Facebook page in 2017 that she would be be partnering with them to launch a new series of high-end rackets.
Photo via facebook →
Here’s a closer shot of Camille with her first Artengo racket, the Artengo SR 990, which she has been using for two years now:
Photo via facebook.com/CamilleSermeSquash →
Here are the original rackets that Artengo released in 2017. I got a chance to review these particular Artengo rackets — click through to the posts below for the videos.
This is Camille’s original racket:
The Artengo SR 960 is the next racket in Artengo’s range, with a slightly larger head size compared to the 990.
The Artengo SR 560 is Antengo’s entry-level teardrop model:
The Artengo SR 590 is a conventional head shape model: