Venom Titan Squash Racket
NB: Venom squash rackets are a non stocked line and are ordered in. Please allow 5/7 day delivery
The Titan Venom is one of the lightest playing racket in the Titan range (low base weight & head light). The light weight delivers immense maneuverability and ball control. Unlike many other “ultralight” rackets, the Venom’s power flex frame construction and relatively open stringing pattern also delivers exceptional power. In summary, the Venom is the ideal racket for the squash player who insists on a light racket to enjoy the benefits of maneuverability with no compromise on power.
Weight – 140g * Unstrung weight
Construction – Premium HMG/Titanium
Balance – Head light
String – TITAN Tournament 1.20mm
Cover – Full length padded thermo included
Grip – TITAN superflat grip
Price – £75
TITAN Sports Ltd – specialist sports manufacturer of Titan rackets and equipment for squash, tennis, badminton and racketball fanatics at all levels of their game. TITAN offers a huge range of rackets, kit and equipment to support your game R and R Sports are a Authorized supplier of Titan Squash Rackets
Squash can be viewed and played on many levels. To the uninitiated eye, two players run furiously round the court until one player either makes a mistake or somehow manages to hit the ball far enough away from the opponent so that he cannot reach it.
To the expert eye, the game is a technical, tactical and physical battlefield where attacks are mounted, openings created, weaknesses exploited, initiatives won and lost, desperate situations rescued and physical and mental resources tested to the limit. It is chess with one second between moves and with the energy clock ticking – a precarious balance of physical and mental risks and rewards. But one of the most fascinating aspects of the game is that – contrary to common belief – the importance of the physical side is almost always exaggerated. Like a good battlefield general, a good tactical squash player can beat apparently insuperable physical fitness odds stacked against him. Indeed, a good tactical but unfit player will almost always beat a fit but tactically poor player.