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Leandro Augsburger is a professional padel player born in Posadas (Argentina) in 2004.


He started playing paddle tennis at a very young age since his parents owned a court complex, and very soon he began to stand out. At just 16 years old he won his first professional title and started playing on the World Padel Tour. He currently plays in the APT where he continues to demonstrate his great quality and future prospects.


Leo plays with the Bourne Summum Prisma, a power racket that adapts very well to his game.



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Bourne is a model that was born in 2018, a teardrop-shaped racket, designed for players who seek power in their game without giving up control.


This professional level paddle tennis racket has the Prisma frame, which allows better maneuverability of the racket and greater acceleration capacity in the blows.


On the other hand, we have reinforced its most fragile point (the head) with a Prisma protector. This not only covers the frame, but also its junction with the plane of the racket.


When applying effects to hits, it presents a rough texture on the plane called Slice.


In addition, to solve the changes that the temperature exists, there is a winter version with a hard core and a summer version with a harder core.


As its name suggests, the Bourne Summum Prisma includes Summum technology in its construction, which is based on the sum of several factors:


  • A longer grip than the usual ones to provide the player with a more comfortable and professional grip, and also to facilitate the grip for those who use both hands on backhand shots.
  • A 1 cm longer hitting surface.
  • A gradual drilling pattern with a greater number of holes (76 in total), to improve and expand the sweet spot of the racket.
  • And Difusor Wings technology at the heart, with an aerodynamically improved diffuser, which provides more manageability and precision.