Victor Victor IP 9 RK Squash Racket

Code: 459003
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The IP 9RK, engineered in Germany by Victor alongside Professional Squash Association Player and 2019 European Champion Rafael Kandra. It is suited to attacking players looking for a combination of attack and control.

The racket includes a concave frame that results in an extended string length and is designed to deliver more power while maintaining exceptional control. Made from 100% high modulus graphite with a heart head shape roughly 464cm2 in diameter gives a larger sweet spot. It is approximately 27” in length, weighing around 125g allowing for greater control. The head heavy design and balance point at 370mm gives players greater power. Ashaway Super Nick XL Micro string is used, following a 14 x 19 template, with a maximum stringing tension of 12kg.

A green and black coloured scheme is used and a full size thermo bag is issued as standard.


·         Material                                                       100% High Modulus Graphite

·         Colour                                                           Green, Black

·         Head Shape                                                Heart

·         Head Size                                                    Approx. 462cm2

·         Weight                                                          Approx. 125g  

·         Length                                                           Approx. 27”

·         Balance                                                         Approx. 370mm

·         Maximum Stringing Tension           12kg.

·         String Pattern                                           14 x 19 Template

·         String                                                             Ashaway Super Nick XL Micro - Yellow

·         Game Type                                                 Attack/Control     

·         Bag                                                                  Full Size Thermobag

·         Extras                                                            Concave, Developed in Germany