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TECNIFIBRE DYNERGY APX 130 Squash Racket

£130.00 £104.70

Tecnifibre’ Dynergy APX 130 squash racket  It will be perfect for intermediate players looking for power – light and easy to use.   Head heavy, this squash racket offer power in all positions. The Dynergy APX 130 is the new version of the Tecnifibre AP 130.  This new range from Tecnifibre is intended for aggressive players like Miguel Ángel Rodríguez, the number 6 worldwide.

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The APX translates as Arch Power X .  The “arch” permits dynamic main-string response and allows the player to unleash the power of Tecnifibre’s industry-leading, premium multifilament strings, without sacrificing stability.

The power offered by this racket is particularly related to the jumbo shaft (the handle), 38% thicker than the Carboflex cross-section which therefore offers a lot of stiffness in the handle and therefore a phenomenal power.

Length  68.5 CM / 27 IN
Headsize  490 CM2 / 75.9 IN2
Weight (Unstrung)   130g
Balance   36.5 cm
Beam   21.5 mm – 20 m – 19.5 mm
Compositions   High Modulus Graphite
String Pattern  14 x 17
String   X-One Biphase

An independent, specialist – PURE RACKET SPORT is the best shop in Surrey for squash.   Great advice, helpful service and lots of deals !    Free private car park right outside the entrance – open 7 days a week year round. 

TECNIFIBRE was founded in 1979 by the current CEO Thierry Maissant. Throughout its development, Tecnifibre has built itself a worldwide reputation in the tennis and squash market, releasing rackets, bags, strings, apparel and other accessories.  

Tecnifibre started their squash dominance in 2009 with the Carboflex Basaltex. Initially the lightest racket in the range weighed 130 grams, with their star player at the time, Thierry Lincou, even opting for the 140 gram model.

Here’s a fun fact – Both Mohamed Elshorbagy and Nour El Shirbini used this racket as juniors, and in the same year they both won the Under 19 World Junior Championships. Nour was just 13 at the time !

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