Check out the new “Tecnifibre Dynergy AP” range of Tecnifibre squash rackets. These are launching in spring 2016 around the world.
This is a new frame design for Tecnifibre, with the strings looping around an arch in the throat of the racket (the AP stands for “arch power”). Prince squash rackets and Wilson squash rackets have used this type of design before; these Dynergy AP rackets represent Tecnifibre’s first foray into this frame shape.
All of the new Dynergy AP rackets will come strung with a new brand of Tecnifibre string called DNAMX. I haven’t posted about this string yet, but will do soon.
Tecnifibre are launching these with a bang: Miguel Angel Rodriguez, the charismatic Colombian, has already started using the Tecnifibre Dynergy AP 125, which is the lightest of the three.
These rackets will replace the previous Tecnifibre Dynergy rackets from a few years ago. Tecnifibre are keeping their other two lines, the Carboflex series (including the Tecnifibre Carboflex 125 S, used by Mohamed El Shorbagy and approximately 8 million other top pros) and the Suprem line, which have the traditional head shape.
Here’s my video review of all three rackets! Thanks to Tecnifibre for providing these rackets to review.