Made for regular club tennis players looking to improve their game with a racket that offers a good balance of power, comfort and handling. This highly versatile tennis racket offers excellent power, vibration dampening and handling. It was developed in collaboration with our technical partner and former ATP No. 17, Nicolas Escudé.
At 290 g, this racket delivers powerful strokes.
For your information:
- Under 260 g: lightweight rackets, for comfort and easy handling.
- 260 to 295g: mid-weight rackets for versatility.
- 300 to 315g: rackets for players who already have good technique and need more powerful strokes and precision.
- 315g: rackets for high-level athletes with a powerful game
SOFT FEEL technology
The SOFT FEEL technology (made with 11% balsa), created in collaboration with our Research & Development Centre, greatly absorbs the racket's vibrations upon impact with the ball. It confers a much more comfortable feel and dampens vibrations.
The 32.5 cm head-light balance makes the TR560 a versatile and easy-to-handle racket. You'll find it easier to manoeuvre the racket and place the ball where you want it to go.
The stiffness rating of 70 improves the racket's power. A stiff racket provides better stability on impact as well as greater control and precision.
The stiffer the frame, the shorter the contact time: you lose some control but gain in power.
When choosing your racket, keep in mind the following:
Stiff frame: > 64 – 66 RA
Flexible frame: < 64 – 66 RA.
The size of the TR130's (645 cm²) head provides a large, comfortable surface for hitting the ball. The racket is more forgiving of centring errors, though the trade-off is a little less accuracy. This racket is much more forgiving.
For more information on head sizes:
- Midsize – small head size: < 625cm²
- Mid plus – standard head size: 626 - 677cm²
- Oversize – large head size: 678 – 742cm²
- Super oversize – very large head size: > 742cm²
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.
Avoid major temperature fluctuations.
This Artengo TR560 racket has been tested during hundreds of hours of tests by club-level players. It was particularly popular for being comfortable and having a good balance between power and control.