Author: Jeff Porter

Racquet Review – Prince Pro Beast Powerbite 750

The Prince Pro Beast Powerbite 750 has been here on the shelves at Control the ‘T’ Sports for about 6 weeks now and I can’t believe I haven’t had a chance to appreciate the engineering that went into its design until now.  The racquet’s name aptly encompasses its distinguishing features that allow it stand apart […]

Court Shoe Cushioning 101

In dealing with the rigorously physical demands of squash, a shoe must carry a few important qualities be considered suitable for the game.  They must be lightweight, supportive, durable and comfortable enough to allow its wearer to perform to the best of their abilities.  From the standpoint of player safety and performance, it is beneficial […]

New Player Buyer’s Guide – Racquets

While to some it may seem that the summer has only just begun, we at Control the T have our sights set on the turn of the seasons.  The point in time where summer turns to autumn marks the beginning of the new squash season which inevitably brings a wave of players back indoors and […]

What makes for a Powerful Squash Racquet?

For any of you who have already gone through the process of choosing a racquet, you’ll know that it can be a time consuming process requiring a great deal of thought before coming to a final decision.  Certain racquet specifications often will enhance one area of a player’s game at the cost of compromising other […]

Head Graphene Cyano 135 Review

As a creature of habit and player who has become accustomed to certain types of racquets, I was naturally somewhat reluctant to give the Head Graphene Cyano 135 a whirl on the courts.  A recent elbow injury added to my initial reluctance but quickly gave way to the solid first impression I was left with […]