This is called the Unsquashable Tour-Tec Pro:
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I recently posted the Unsquashable Y-Tec Pro, which is a teardrop-shaped racket. Well the Tour-Tec Pro has a similar design, but with a conventional head shape:
Headsize: 500 sq cm
Frame Weight: 130 grams
Balance: Head Light
String Pattern: 14 x 18
Josh Masters was using this at the 2019 British Open:
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George Parker was using this puppy at the 2016 British Open:
Photo via Steve Cubbins →
Patrick Rooney was using this racket at the 2019 British Open. I’m not sure why you can’t see the white Unsquashable text on the frame, but the Unsquashable Tour-Tec Pro is listed as Rooney’s racket on the Unsquashable website.
Photo via British Open 2019 →
As I have got hold of a Tour-Tec Rebel, I thought I’d post some information, as it’s hard to come by for these rackets.
The Tour-Tec Rebel is used by George Parker, supposedly a slightly stiffer frame than the normal Tour-Tec racket.
As you’d expect, it comes strung with the Unsquashable Tour-Tec Pro 1.18 string, used by all the players (apparently),
On the scales it weighs 158g, with original strings and grip. Despite the weight, it feels pretty head-light and manoeuvrable, yet very solid with absolutely no vibration.
A few pictures for the curious:
Sadly, if it’s used by Parker it must come with an automatic conduct warning. The dude can play, but he creates a pretty unwatchable match.
Josh Masters also plays with this racket