Padel tennis rackets are one of the essentials for padel players. The best racket for advanced players is usually made of a carbon fiber racket face, carbon frame, and EVA rubber core.
Carbon fiber bats offer more power, resistance, and durability. It’s designed for the player to have a good grip plus a nice spin on the ball upon contact.
On the other hand, beginner padel rackets are made of fiberglass face and frame and a foam core material.
Fiberglass rackets are less resistant and durable compared to carbon fiber bats. Hence, it’s only suitable for occasional practice matches.
But, no matter what materials were used, your padel tennis racket will eventually lose its shape and show signs of wear and tear.
When the racket loses its shape, it consequently loses its ability to give a good spin and will affect how you play the game.
Once you feel that it no longer has enough elastic properties to give a powerful blow and start noticing a vibration upon contact, it’s HIGH TIME to change your racket.
If you don’t know what signs to look for to change padel racket, read on! We’ll explain all these to you in detail.