Racket of the prestigious Tecnifibre brand, wall Breaker 375 line. Composed of carbon and a core of high density EVA gum. It has a pure diamond shape and a rough surface with Matt finish.
Picking it up for the first time you get the feeling of an imposing racket. The swing is quite clearly directed towards the head, fruit of its very well pronounced diamond shape. By placing the overgrips, you will be able to optimize the swing towards the handle but not completely. You should additionally put lead or tungsten ribbons on the handle under the overgrips if you want to lower a little more, but in this type of racket is a bit of a counter-sense, as it is clearly a pure power racket.
In game is a racket with a hard touch but not uncomfortable. It features a dense gum, suitable for this type of racket. Features a short sweet spot, in line with what is expected of diamond formats. In terms of power is an authentic “cannon”, putting the body weight in conjunction with a blow right in the center of the sweet spot risks making a hole in the glass. There’s a short output. In the net trays and volleys come out deep and potent with the movement well executed. The control is not very bad from the bottom of the court despite its balance and format, because despite everything its construction allows considerable handling, a point that was already very positive in the version WALL MASTER 375. The lobs require a good execution to reach the desired depth due to its short output.
The weight tested was 375gr.
The surface is textured with matt finish.
In sound terms it is a racket that has a low sound and with a medium timbre to tend to the bass.
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
- Extreme Power
- Amazing handling for this racket format
- Sweet Spot Short
- Handle format too wide on the base (for some players is a very positive point)
In conclusion, this is a racket for high level players and with refined technique. It counts with a hard hit. In the defensive phase has to be worked out because it is not at all the racket indicated for this phase but its surprising handling contrasts this difficulty to some extent. In the net you can get all the desired power and some. You can easily draw by 3, 4 and bring the ball back. Its rugged face will also help you in the strokes that require slice or spin. I felt slight vibration in the arm, less than the WALL MASTER 375 despite its hardness. After some games, if you do not have a good physical preparation you may resent the tendons. It serves, in my opinion, only left-wing players who want a “high-caliber weapon” capable of “breaking the ball” but with some handling commitment. If you have elbow problems recommend 3 minimum overgrips for better vibration absorption. A bold but correct bet for an important niche of “aggressive” players at an inviting price, such as WALL MASTER 375.