This Japanese carbon fibre is one of the stiffest on the market, offering a highly efficient weight-to-stiffness ratio.
This stiff fibre gives the racket head power and stability.
Technology: Carbon Power Shaft
The SR560 Opfeel shaft is reinforced for more power than you'd get with a classic racket.
Technology: Tacky Grip
The elastomeric polyurethane gives this grip the best balance between tackiness and absorption for a great feel.Its smooth coating provides better grip for a more accurate feel.
Frame weight = 145 g
With a 145 g frame weight (unstrung, without bumpers or grip), this racket provides excellent power so that you can push your opponent to the back of the court.
This racket's features mean that intermediate players can continue improving.
Balance = 340 mm (unstrung)
The 340 mm head-light balance also provides excellent handling.
Head size = 500 cm²
The 500 cm² head creates a racket that makes up for centring errors. The entire racket is therefore more forgiving.
Because the head is longer, the strings are also longer so that the SR560 Opfeel racket has more power, making it perfect for advanced players.
String pattern = 14 x 18
The string pattern has been designed to give intermediate players power and control.
The strings have been tightened for additional control.
Consult the user guide to access the string pattern.
You will find all the necessary instructions to string your racket.
Design - Look
This sporty racket is a perfect ally for intermediate players looking for power.
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Tips for storage and maintenance
Avoid subjecting your racket to major temperature fluctuations.Avoid storing in low temperatures (below 5°C).
TESTS AND WARRANTY
Our product has been tested in our TechCenters with our technical partners and particularly with Camille Serme, ranked No.5 in the PSA World Rankings. The OPFEEL SR560 Power has been designed for the most demanding squash players. The OPFEEL SR560 Power was compared to the best products on the market during testing.
Camille Serme, ranked No.5 in the world (PSA rankings - November 2021)
Mélissa Alves, ranked No.21 in the world (PSA rankings - November 2021)
Fayrouz Aboelkheir (born in 2006), ranked No.1 Junior in Egypt and already in the PSA TOP 80 (PSA rankings - November 2021)
Robert Downer, ranked No.78 in the world (PSA rankings - November 2021)