The Tecnifibre Carboflex Cannonball is a signature racket for Miguel Angel Rodriguez that’s based on the Tecnifibre Carboflex 125, which Rodriguez has been using for years even though it’s an older racket.
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The yellow and red remind me of colors from the Colombian flag.
Source: Miguel’s Instagram
Here’s a close-up. Now I see a little strip of blue in there, so it is the Colombian flag colors.
Tecnifibre Carboflex Cannonball Review
Lawrence purchased this racket in Malaysia and sent in a review. Thanks Lawrence!
Coming off the Head Radical 135 SB which is an even balance racket, the Cannonball definitely feels more head-heavy. It took me 30 minutes of experimenting before I realized the racket felt sweeter when I moved my grip up the handle (towards the head).
Power-wise and touch-wise, I think it plays like the Heritage, more flexible than Shorbagy’s Carboflex which I find rather stiff.
Overall a really solid racket. Like the Heritage it replaces. Just slightly head-heavy now. Plus the sick graphics. Man, they make you feel good to just hold the racket!
Here’s a video from PDH Sports that compares the Cannonball to the X-Speed 125:
Thanks to Kevin, Ivan and Han for the tips!