Racket of the prestigious Tecnifibre brand, the Wall Breaker 365 line, the range immediately below the 375. Composed of carbon and a core of high density EVA gum. It has a very pronounced diamond shape and a smooth surface with matt finish.
When you pick it up for the first time you get the feeling of a very compact racket in all its structure and core. The swing is clearly tending to the head, which you would expect in this format, and you feel it right away. By placing the overgrips, you will be able to optimize the swing towards the handle slightly. You can additionally put lead or tungsten ribbons on the handle, under the overgrips if you still want to lower it a little bit further. As with his “sister” of the highest range, the WALLBREAKER 375, it does not make much sense to want to lower the balance of a racket with “pedigree” exclusively offensive.
In game it is a racket with a very hard touch. It presents a high density gum, the densest of the entire TECNIFIBRE range, and the construction totally in carbon fibres, either in the frame or in the plane, gives it a lot of rigidity. Features a short sweet spot, perfectly in line with these diamond models. In terms of power it is only one step below the WALLBREAKER 375, but it continues to enable authentic “missiles”. It has a short or almost non-existent exit. In the net trays and volleys come out well directed and with power. The net is without a doubt its “natural habitat”. In terms of control at the back of the court it requires an experienced and technically irreproachable hand. You will have to counteract your lack of handling and output with technique and strength. The lobs come out well targeted but require an extra force not to be left short.
The weight tested was 365gr.
The surface is smooth with matt finish.
In sound terms it is a racket that has a medium-sounding and medium-high timbre.
The safety cord is adjustable which is always a good option.
In terms of durability, it seems to be a pretty solid and well built racket which leads to wanting that can have a long lifespan when well estimated.
- Adjustable cord
- Good value for money
- Excessive hardness
- Low handling
In conclusion, this is a racket for high-level players who want a purely aggressive racket without spending a lot of money. It has a hard and constant stroke and short or virtually non-existent output. In the defensive phase requires very good physical and technical availability on the part of the player so that the balls don´t end up short or on the net. In the net is where you will feel more comfortable, with a hard and precise touch and power to give and sell. One can easily draw by 3 and without any difficulty by 4 and bring the ball back. I felt vibration in my arm through its thick carbon structure and its high-density gum. It serves left-wing players and that excel no doubt by an offensive game. If you have elbow problems recommend 3 minimum overgrips for better vibration absorption, but should in my opinion consider a different option in case of injury. A good bet at an unbeatable price for a racket of this mid-high range.
POWER CONTROL OUTPUT HANDLING SWEET SPOT PRICE/QUALITY