SUPER PRO Range Racket of the well-known brand Varlion. Composed of 100% carbon and a core of gum EVA HYPERSOFT. It has a round shape and a rough surface.
When you pick up you get the feeling of a manageable racket but with the weight to tend to the head. The swing centered but it is noticed something heavy, perhaps by the factory protector that the Varlion puts. By placing the overgrips you can optimize for a lower swing, which makes more sense in this type of rackets. You can also put lead or tungsten ribbons under the grips to lower the swing a bit further.
The feeling is of a racket with a touch sometwhat hard due to the core used and carbon fibers that compose the structure and face of the racket. Its got a pretty controlled and precise hit. It features a sweet spot of the widest I’ve ever seen. In terms of power for a round racket it’s not too bad, but it’s not its main quality. In the net the hit comes out very well directed and it is possible to put some power and bring the ball back, but there are better options in the market for this purpose. The control is very good. It has a moderate output and becomes manageable after placement of the overgrips. The Varlion diffuser system helps improve the racket’s aerodynamics. Excellent at the bottom of the field, lacks power in the net.
The weight tested was 364gr.
The surface is rough which will help in the execution of effects. In sound terms is a racket that has an average sound.
The safety cord is simple, which always leaves something to be desired.
In terms of durability, it seems to be a solid and well-built racket which leads to wanting that can have a long lifespan when well estimated.
- Good control and defensive play
- Huge Sweet Spot
- Lack of power
- Vibration and Hard Touch
In conclusion, this is a racket for players who make the control and accuracy in placing the ball their main weapons. It counts with a hard hit and with moderate output. In the defensive phase will help you a lot, however in the net lacks power, although not bad for a racket of this format. I felt some flutter in my arm by the hardness and balance of the racket. The finishes are good even though I don’t like the final look very much. It is a top-of-the-line racket of good quality, which in my opinion serves right-wing players and who make control and accuracy their main attributes. A racket that could be a little more manageable taking into account the diffuser system that fits that. Serves players of any level. I do not recommend for those who have elbow problems because as I mentioned I felt some discomfort in this area. [Yasr_multiset setid = 1]