Racket of the prestigious Tecnifibre brand, the Wall Master 365 line, the range immediately below 375. Composed of carbon and a core of high density EVA gum. It has a hybrid shape and a smooth surface with matt finish.
When you pick it up for the first time, you get the feeling of a solid racket. The swing is tending somewhat amazingly to the head despite its hybrid shape tending to the oversize round model. By placing the overgrips, you will be able to optimize the balance in the direction of the handle. 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.
In play is a racket with a hard touch. It presents a high density gum, and the construction totally in carbon fibers, either in the frame or in the plane, gives it quite rigidity. Presents a medium sweet spot. In terms of power is in line for a racket of this medium range, has enough but does not impress. There’s a short output. In the net trays and volleys come out well directed and with no surprises due to its hard and constant touch. The control is positive at the back of the court, however in the defensive phase will be a bit harder by the short output and some extra need for handling. The lobs come out well targeted but require an extra force to be get good depth.
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
- Excellent price/quality ratio
- Lack of power
- High swing for this kind of racket
In conclusion, this is a racket for players of an initiated or average level. It counts with a hard and constant blow and short output. In the defensive phase requires good physical availability on the part of the player so that the balls do not get short. In the net you can get some allied power to good accuracy, which is OK for a racket of an average range. With good technique and with an experienced and strong arm you can draw by 3, 4 and bring the ball back. I felt a slight vibration in the arm, mostly because of its hard structure in carbon and its high density gum. It serves players from both sides, in the learning phase, who want a racket with a very traditional and safe touch of carbon, a good commitment to power at a very competitive price. If you have elbow problems recommend 3 minimum overgrips for better vibration absorption. A good bet at an extremely inviting price.