Miguel Lamperti, the legendary creator of the ML10 Pro Cup.
Padel is a relatively young sport. However, in its short trajectory, it has already produced some legendary players, adored by their fans. Without a doubt, one of the chosen few is Miguel Lamperti , "el Canoso" (the grey-haired one). His eternal grin, his special connection to the stands and his spectacular game have all made Miguel one of the sport’s most beloved players; a padel legend that we all still love to watch.
If Miguel himself is legendary, his iconic racket, the ML10 Pro Cup , is even more so. Developed in conjunction with the player from Bahía Blanca, this racket has been a bestseller ever since its launch date. A position it has never ceded. Its comfort, versatility, resistance, power, and lack of vibration allow all kinds of players with all types of requirements to trust in the "Pro Cup", year after year.
Little by little, the Pro Cup family has grown to currently include 8 different models. Faced with so many options, players often question the differences and similarities between them. Here we describe them in detail.
What characteristics have in common all "Pro Cup"?
All ML10 Pro Cup are round shaped rackets. In fact they all share exactly the same mould, except for the 2 ML10 Pro Cup Ultra Light, which have a closed heart. So, all the rackets stand out for their great handling, wide sweet spot, precision and control of the hit.
The differences between the different models of ML10 Pro Cup
Classic ML10 Pro Cup. It all began with you.
The classic ML10 Pro Cup was the first racket in the range, and is the most well-known, so this is the benchmark model against which we compare all others. Constructed with a carbon frame, HR3 rubber core, and a metallic fibreglass face, this is the racket most used by Miguel Lamperti in recent years.
ML10 Pro Cup Black Edition y ML10 Pro Cup Silver. A colour to suit any taste.
ML10 Pro Cup Black Edition and the ML10 Pro Cup Silver are almost technically identical to the Pro Cup classic, with different aesthetics. Other than the colour, the Silver racket also features a lower weight range (350-365g compared to 360-375g), adapted for female players.
ML10 Survivor y ML10 Survivor Grey. The warrior sisters.
With the Survivor rackets, we begin to see the first differences in the materials used for different Pro Cup models. The first “guerrilla" to hit the market was the ML10 Survivor , whose only difference from the ML10 Pro Cup classic is its use of HR3 Black rubber. This rubber is somewhat denser than the white HR3, which gives it a slightly harder feel.
In addition to this, the ML10 Survivor Grey also features a matte finish that results in a different, slightly “dry” touch.
ML10 Pro Cup Ultra Light y Ultra Light Silver. For smaller players.
ML10 Pro Cup 10th Anniversary. A toast to the first 10, and to many more.
|ML10 Pro Cup||Fiber Glass Silver||HR3||360-375||Shiny||Intermediate|
|ML10 Pro Cup Black Edition||Fiber Glass Silver||HR3||360-375||Shiny||Intermediate|
|ML10 Pro Cup Silver||Fiber Glass Silver||HR3||350-365||Shiny||Intermediate|
|ML10 Survivor||Fiber Glass Silver||HR3 Black||360-375||Shiny||Intermediate/hard|
|ML10 Survivor Gris||Fiber Glass Silver||HR3 Black||360-375||Matte||Intermediate/hard|
|ML10 Pro Cup Ultra Light||Fiber Glass Silver||HR2||310-325||Shiny||Soft|
|ML10 Pro Cup Ultra Light Silver||Fiber Glass Silver||HR2||310-325||Shiny||Soft|
|ML10 Pro Cup 10th Anniversary||Fiber Carbon 3K||Multi Layered Core||360-375||Mate and shiny||Intermediate/soft|
Now, with the purchase of any racket from the ML10 Pro Cup range you get the gift of the authentic Miguel Lamperti fan shirt with his battle cry: ¡VAMOS MIGUELITO! Valid offer while having stock.