Dear followers of Racchettiamo, today we want to take you on a discovery of one of the most important and high-level rackets on the market in the Babolat Technical Veron review.

This model is designed for professional, semi-professional or beginner players who don't mind spending a fortune on their first racket.

Babolat is a leading brand with which we have always been very satisfied, which we hope also happens at the end of this article.

But now no more talk, the Babolat Technical Veron is ready for our review so let's not keep it waiting!


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Babolat Technical Review

As per the classic style of Racchettiamo, we will go to see some points that are fundamental for us such as the shape, the materials and the behavior of the shovel on the field. In this way we will provide you with all the bases to choose if your next racket will be this or another.

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The new version 2022

We had done the review at the time for the previous version of the Technical Veron but, in 2022, the new one came out.

We tried it and, on balance, we have noticed some small general improvements, such as a better “premium” racket feel in the hand.

Besides that we have found the slightly more manageable and responsive 2022 model during the game, but it is a difference that is noticeable on long games or by trying both rackets back to back.

For the rest the old and new version are extremely similar, with new graphics and colors.

We decided to write this paragraph to underline the differences but, apart from these small details, everything we wrote about the old model remains valid.

For this reason, I leave you with our review of the Technical Veron model, enjoy reading!


The materials

As per the script, the tubular structure is in carbon fiber, classic material that we find on all rackets of a certain level.

There face instead, is a mixture of carbon fiber and fiberglass, in a combination that the manufacturer has called carbon flex.

This type of compound should combine the elasticity of the glass fiber with the stiffness of the carbon, taking the best of the two.

Inside we find the Black EVA rubber, a type certainly not common to many models that we will find out later how it affects the game.

There's really nothing to say about the materials, Babolat hasn't skimped and we're fully satisfied in this respect.



Finding ourselves in front of a very aggressive pro racket, we are not at all surprised by the choice of design with which it was built.

The shape is diamond (here the explanation) with a balance strongly shifted towards the tip, in order to generate a very high force.

Everything we've seen so far points in the direction of a racket rather hard to tame, but often the theory deceives.

To find out how all these components work, all we have to do is throw ourselves into a good field test.


How it goes on the pitch

Power, power and more power, this screams Babolat in its design and is echoed by Techinical Veron as she takes the field in this review.

The outgoing blows are always of a very high force, but without ever perceiving that stiffness typical of full carbon rackets.

The fiberglass feels and gives that pinch of elasticity that never hurts, but we must not be deceived.

This racket is sometimes really punishing if you don't control it well, throwing balls at the baseline.

While we've seen racquets suited to both pros and beginners in the past, the Tecnical Veron isn't one of them, so plan accordingly.

The advice is to buy it only if you are at least an intermediate-range padelist, certainly not before the first year on the fields.

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The Babolat Technical Veron has proven itself in this review to be truly a wild foal kicking hard and does not want to be tamed.

Of course, for those who are familiar with the racket there will never be too many problems, but for others the desire to switch to a model suitable for control could soon arise.

In general we can pass this shovel with flying colors, being great for pros, so our vote remains very positive.

We hope we helped you decide on this racket and you want to share our article in your padel group :)