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.
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!
Thanks to Kevin, Ivan and Han for the tips!