TR560 Lite Adult Tennis Racket - Black/Blue/White
Designed for intermediate tennis players looking for a happy medium between comfort and ease of handling to help them improve.
This highly versatile tennis racket offers excellent handling, and vibration dampening. It was developed in collaboration with our technical partner and former ATP No. 17, Nicolas Escudé.
The Soft Feel technology offers excellent vibration dampening.
The head-heavy design allows for a wider swing.
Powerful shots with its 645 cm² head.
- < 285gr
- 646cm² - 660cm²
- Created in collaboration with our Research & Development Centre, the Soft Feel technology (made with 7% balsa) greatly absorbs the racket's vibrations caused upon impact with the ball. It confers a much more comfortable feel and dampens vibrations.
- At just 270 g, this racket is easy to swing. For your information: - Less than 260 g: lightweight rackets, for comfort and easy handling. - 260 to 295 g: classic rackets (intermediate) for versatility. - 300 to 315 g: rackets for players who already have good technique and need more powerful strokes and precision. - 315 g: rackets for top-level competitors.
- The 34 cm head-heavy balance gives the TR560 LITE increased power.
- The stiffness rating of 70 improves the racket's power considerably Stiff frame: > 64 – 66 RA. Soft frame: < 64 – 66 RA. The stiffer the frame, the shorter the contact time: you lose some control but gain in power.
- The size of the head of the TR560 lite (645 cm²) head provides more power and forgiveness. The larger the head size, the greater the ball strike surface area.The racket is more forgiving of centring errors, though the trade-off is a little less accuracy. This racket is much more forgiving. - Midsize – small head size: < 625 cm² - Mid plus – standard head size: 626 - 677 cm² - Oversize – large head size: 678 – 742 cm² - Super oversize – very large head size: sup 742 cm
- An inertia of 290 prevents the frame from deforming when struck at high speed, delivering power and precision. What does the inertia rating mean? The higher the inertia, the harder the racket is to manoeuvre, but the greater the power.