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Head YouTek IG Xenon 2 135 Squash Racket Zoom Head YouTek IG Xenon 2 135 Squash Racket
1 Review
Was £155.00 58% off
Endorsed by World Champion Laura Massaro
  • HEAD's top performance racket
  • Superb control
  • Head heavy
  • 135g unstrung, full cover included
  • Endorsed by Laura Massaro
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£155.00 £64.99 58% off



Head YouTek IG Xenon 2 135 Squash Racket
Lots in stock
£155.00 £64.99 58% off

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The new 2012 Head YouTek Xenon2 135 is Head's top of range squash racket. Now in stock and the follow up to the popular Head Xenon 135 squash racket from 2010!

This is a high performance racket endorsed by Laura Massaro.

HEAD have categorised this racket as a 'control' racket which is 'head heavy' in balance.

With HEAD's Innegra technology in the frame for shock absorbtion and greater stability.

Prestrung in HEAD Evolution Pro. With full racket head cover. HEAD Ultra Soft Tour grip. Unstrung weight135g.

Additional Information

Product Code:RSHE3024
Balance:370 mm
Construction:YouTek / Innegra
Head size (Inches):71.3"
Head size (cm):460 cm
Stringing pattern:14 x 16
Unstrung weight:135 grams
SubBrand:Youtek/Innegra Squash


  • Kevin B 11 June 2015
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    The racket has a nice balance across the neck and the head, with a weight that personally enables very good control of the ball. In terms of the frame,it is also very enduring, coming from a player who strikes the ground/wall occasionally in games. These two features combined allow a very powerful and direct connection with the ball. The main issue I have with Head rackets as a whole has arose in the past three purchases. I have found that the grommets become loose from the frame, which is causing two problems. The first being that it causes a rattle when striking the ball, which is off-putting and tampers with the clarity of a good connection. Secondly, the strings then become unprotected from the sharpness of the frame, which has led to the racket requiring two separate restrings, which is not ideal financially or if you are without a spare racket. Just to reiterate, this has occurred in this racket and a different Head model of same weight and design,thus decreasing the rating.

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