ADIDAS - Adipower Light 3.2

R 6,195.00

The new Adipower Light 3.2 is used by the WPT player Martita Ortega. It has a Carbon Aluminised 24K surface that gives it great strength and durability and an EVA Soft rubber that will give you a comfortable feel and excellent ball output. The Round shape gives you a large...

Description

The new Adipower Light 3.2 is used by the WPT player Martita Ortega.

It has a Carbon Aluminised 24K surface that gives it great strength and durability and an EVA Soft rubber that will give you a comfortable feel and excellent ball output. The Round shape gives you a large sweet spot too and the lightweight really makes it easier to manoeuvre and play with.

The dual exoskeleton frame technology is covered with Carbon Fibre providing a rigidity that translates into a huge power.

The rough face allows enormous access to spin on all your shots.

Shape

Round

Surface

Rough

Surface Material

Carbon Alumnised 24K

Frame Material

Carbon Fibre

Core

EVA Soft Rubber

Weight

345 - 360 grams 

Balance

Low

Racket Guide

The shape of a Padel racket plays a crucial role in how it performs and suits different playing styles. Understanding the differences between racket shapes is key to finding your perfect match. Below, we explore the three primary racket shapes to help you make an informed choice.

1. Round Shape Racket

The round shape racket is like a trusted friend for beginners and defensive players. Its forgiving nature due to the large sweet spot near the handle makes it easier to hit consistent shots. It's the go-to for players prioritizing control and stability over sheer power.

  • Best for: Beginners and defensive players.
  • Characteristics: Large sweet spot, centered and closer to the handle.
  • Benefits: Greater control and easier ball handling, ideal for consistent and precise shots.
  • Drawback: Less power, not ideal for aggressive play.

2. Diamond Shape Racket

The diamond shape racket is the powerhouse in Padel. Positioned for advanced players with a knack for aggressive play, its sweet spot at the top end unleashes formidable power in smashes. This racket is all about dominating the court with forceful strikes.

  • Best for: Advanced and aggressive players.
  • Characteristics: Sweet spot located at the top of the racket
  • Benefits: High power potential, excellent for offensive play and smashes.
  • Drawback: Requires good technique, less control, and harder to handle for beginners.

3. Teardrop Shape Racket

The teardrop shape racket is a versatile all-rounder, perfect for players who enjoy a balanced game. Striking a harmony between power and control, it caters well to intermediate players looking for a blend of the round and diamond racket traits. It's ideal for those who adapt their play to various situations.

  • Best for: Intermediate players or all-rounders.
  • Characteristics: Hybrid shape, sweet spot between that of round and diamond rackets.
  • Benefits: Balanced mix of power and control, versatile for various play styles.
  • Drawback: Not as specialized as round or diamond rackets in control or power, respectively.

Selecting the right Padel racket shape is about aligning your equipment with your playing style and aspirations on the court. Whether you're just starting out, looking to dominate with power, or seeking a balanced racket for a versatile game, there's a shape tailored for your needs.

Remember, the best racket is the one that feels right in your hands and complements your style of play. Explore our selection, and step onto the court with confidence, armed with the perfect partner for your Padel journey.