If you are looking for an efficient and versatile racket, pat attention to Kuumax Atila. A pretty well manufactured racket which is able to respond under any circumstances. It has been made with an Eva core, a carbon frame which provides rigidity to the racket and a 4-layer-head (three of glass fiber and one of carbon). Its round shape and balance make it an absolute ‘crossover’, with a large sweet point. The shape and mould of the racket are just the same as in Vulcano and Pandora, but the materials are different. This has been made so as to offer some different qualities with the same shape. In the article about Vulcano you can review the differences between that racket and Atila.
The features are the following:
- Weight: 375-385 gr.
- Size: Oversize
- Shape: Round
- Beam: 38 mm.
- Frame: 100% Carbon Frame Tubular
- Structure: 4 layers (3 glass fiber and 1 Carbon Full Power)
- Level: All levels
- Core: Black Eva Plus Super Soft
For all these reasons, it is an appropriate racket for forehand players who are mastering volleys, drop shots and defence. Despite being round, it has enough power to bring the ball back to our side, but this doesn’t mean that it is an attacking-designed racket.
The brand itself says that the racket has been developed for advanced players. We think that it is a super high-level racket that, thanks to its shape can be handled by anyone. Here you have our marks:
- Power: 8.5
- Control: 9.5
- Manageability: 9
- Topspin: 8.5