Wall Breaker 375 is a high-end racket launched by Tecnifibre and worn by the best French player, Ben Tison, as well as the recently signed Fede Chiostri, former number 1 of the APT Padel Tour circuit (now A1 Padel).
For those who don’t know it, Tecnifibre is a prestigious brand in the world of tennis and squash. It has the best quality racquets, which have accompanied some of the best players to achieve their achievements in recent years. An example of this is Daniil Mevderev, who was number 1 in the ATP ranking at the beginning of 2022, or Iga Swiatek, number 1 in the WTA ranking.
The French firm has a history behind it and, thanks to the growth of padel, they have decided to enter fully into this sport with some rackets of guarantees. They are following the example of Babolat, Head or Wilson, who are already established in the market.
So, as we told you a few weeks ago on the web, they have launched the Wall Breaker range, where their most outstanding model is the 375 2022. A professional level racket that offers the best performance with the most advanced technologies.
Maximum power, without giving up control
In general, the Wall Breaker 375 is an offensive racket, which maximises the power of attacking shots. This is thanks to a high quality TEI carbon fibre and D-BRIDGE geometry in the bridge area to raise the flex point and increase stiffness on higher speed shots. It’s an ideal combination for, among other things, finishing. In addition, its weight of 375 grams makes it a racket with the ability to provide a lot of power on the volley or the viper.
However, it does not neglect control. This is reflected in the shape of the racket itself: teardrop. It is the midpoint to give maximum power when required, but without losing control of the ball.
The balance, by not being located completely in the head thanks to this teardrop shape, allows us to have a good manoeuvrability with which to solve any problem in defence and, at the same time, to deploy all the potential in attack.
As for the roughness of the faces, the SPIN SKIN 3D technology is presented, with which to print the greatest possible effect to our padel strokes. The grip and spin in contact with the ball will be ideal for topspin, slice, or drop shots that surprise the opponent.
On the other hand, despite being a racket intended for advanced players, it also has a distribution of holes that increases precision and tolerance in off-centre hits. This is achieved with the PHD drilling pattern and the three different diameters that are handled, making the holes larger as they move away from the centre of the racket.
In addition, the aforementioned TEI carbon fibre maximises the absorption of impacts, providing a better feel with the ball and a pleasant feel when striking.
X-TOP for unparalleled durability
It is clear that the main attraction of a racket is its performance, something that is not lacking with this Wall Breaker 375, but another point that is equally or even more important is durability. There is no point in having the best racket in the world if it breaks easily. It’s a waste of time, money and a lousy buying experience. This is something that will not happen with this racket, thanks to the exclusive Tecnifibre technology called X-TOP.
This consists of a blend of super-strong aramid fibres located in the head of the racket, which gives it extreme hardness to withstand almost any unforeseen blow. It also has a PTFE treatment, which limits abrasion.
The racket of Fede Chiostri and Ben Tison
The Wall Breaker 375 is the racket chosen by Fede Chiostri to play this season. The Argentinian player has been, along with his former partner Gonzalo Alfonso, Tecnifibre’s two big name signings for this season.
Chiostri, who currently plays in the A1 Padel circuit (formerly APT Padel Tour), is ranked number 7. However, he reached number 1 with Alfonso in 2021.
Ben Tison, Tecnifibre ambassador, is the number 1 in France and currently plays with this racket. Although his performances are not yet too outstanding on the World Padel Tour (63rd in the ranking), he is already making his mark among the best in FIP tournaments. For example, at the FIP CUPRA FINALS in Torino, the left-handed player reached the semifinals along with his partner Teodoro Zapata. Also at the World Championship, where France lost to Spain in the semifinals and Tison had to face Paquito Navarro and Ale Galán.
A racket with guarantees to give the best on the court.
In short, the Wall Breaker 375 2022 model has a professional performance, aimed at advanced players looking for great power, without losing control and with the best durability.
Price and where to buy the racket
Its price of 280 € does not make it accessible to everyone, but the quality is assured thanks to belonging to such an important brand and used by the best player in France. So, those who want to get their hands on this Wall Breaker 375, will have in their hands the jewel in the crown of Tecnifibre, one of the best rackets on the market.
This racket is available for sale on the Tecnifibre website as well as in all of the brand’s retail shops.
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