Vibor-a Taipan Line racket. Composed of carbon, Graphen, Kevlar, fiberglass and a core of EVA SOFT gum. It has a round shape and a smooth surface with mate finish.

The first impression is a lightweight racket with impressive finish and visual. The swing is located in the lower part of the racket towards the handle. Placing three or more grips is possible against balancing the use of protector.

The feeling is of a medium-soft touch racket and with a solid and steady hit. Features a large sweet spot. Control is exceptional. The power is reasonable without being extraordinary. On the net, your wide sweet spot allows for some “sloppiness”. has a reasonable exit, will soon help you in the defensive stage of the game.

The weight tested was that of 363gr which proved to be a good weight after placement of the grips and protector.

The surface is smooth, with mate finish.

The sound is good but below other brand rackets.

The safety cord is adjustable which makes it quite easy to reach the most comfortable position.

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.

Pros:

  • Excellent sweet spot
  • High quality materials
  • Exceptional control

Cons:

  • High price
  • Lack power

In conclusion, it’s a well-finished racket with a very impressive look. With a soft hit and with some output it helps at the time to direct the hit to where it is intended and in the defensive phase. Lacks power. It does not transmit large vibrations to the arm which does not exert too much strain on the tendons. It is a permissive racket and a good choice for any level of play, even if you are starting. For more experienced players, in my opinion they are based on a more defensive game than excel in ball control, preferably for a right-wing player. Good racket, but leaves you wishing for more.

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