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Corentin Moutet is a great player to watch. Despite being one of the shortest tennis players on the ATP Tour, he is a talented lad and a big competitor.
On the court, he owns a deadly forehand and plenty of trick shots like drop shots and tweeners to throw off his opponents and it works many times. However, titles are yet to be with his name on them.
Corentin Moutet currently plays with the Tecnifibre TF-X1 300 racquet.
Moutet Racquet Specs
The TF-X1 300 racquet is a 100 sq in frame with a 16×19 string pattern. This is a similar setup to Corentin’s previous racquet, which was a Wilson Pro Open.
His new racquet is meant for power, stability, and comfort. It includes a rounded shape and Isoflex technology for better precision and feedback.
In addition, X-Damp technology allows the racquet to absorb more than 35% of the vibrations, providing more stability and comfort for the player.
With open strings, a fairly thick 25mm beam, and a large head size, the Tecnifibre TF-X1 of Moutet offers big power and spin. This should help him fire shots more than he could, especially knowing his weak backhand and his struggles with injuries.
|Head size||645cm² / 100in²|
|Unstrung Weight||300g / 10,6oz|
|Cross section||24/25/24 mm|
Moutet Racquet Strings
There is no official information about his strings, but judging by the photos and the research we’ve done, He’s most probably using Tecnifibre Ice Code strings.
They are the perfect choice anyway for his setup as he needs more control and feel in his shots.
The Ice Code also offers spin and a good amount of power to complement the racquet.