Babolat Tennis racquets / rackets
Babolat gives the legendary AeroPro Drive a big makeover, starting with the name. This version is called the Pure Aero and it boasts a more aerodynamic beam along with a higher swingweight. The result is a racquet that trades a little bit of maneuverability for some ball crushing momentum and a welcomed boost in stability, plow-through and comfort.
Babolat AeroPro Drive has been one of the most popular racquets in the world for several years.
The already impressive Pure Drive Roddick GT gets updated with Cortex Active Technology. The result is improved comfort and feel from all areas of the court. The same solid and crisp response remains making this one of the few racquets to truly combine both power and precision.
Babolat Pure Drive GT 2012 Tennis Racquets retain the power of earlier generation models, but now feature added feel and smoothness. With updated, eye catching cosmetics a new handle system, the new Pure Drive continues with the power and innovative technology that has made this one of the most popular players racquets over the last twenty years.
Offering a solid feel, this one favors those who like to attack with pace and spin. The stable response will help players hit heavy, penetrating shots. Our TW testers found lots of control on fast swings, allowing a player to stay on the gas when attacking inside the baseline.
The Babolat Aero Storm Tour gets a brand new cosmetic and technology update with the Aero Storm Tour GT. Our TW playtesters noticed a more solid and stable feel than the previous version, thanks to theGT update.
For such a light racquet, this racquet impresses with a solid and comfortable feel. Players looking to maximize racquet head speed will love the maneuverability this racquet offers. The easy to swing feeling results in a spin-friendly feel that is ideal for slice and dice players as well as those who like to rip topspin
With the introduction of GT technology to the Aero line of racquets, Babolat launches the AeroPro Lite GT. The lightest AeroPro yet, this Lite GT weighs 9.9 ounces strung but maintains the 100 sq. in. headsize and spin-friendly 16x19 string pattern of the heavier versions.
Offering a more maneuverable feel than the Plus version, the Pure Drive Roddick GT is slightly more forgiving. A better match for intermediate players as it is easier to whip around, this one still offers all the performance needed to suit tour level players.
Andy Roddick's racquet of choice the Pure Drive Roddick Plus brings huge power and spin from all areas of the court. A perfect option for the player who likes to hit a big serve and follow it up with powerful groundstrokes, this racquet will help you hit a very, very heavy ball.
Players looking for great maneuverability and control will find the Pure Storm a perfect fit. This latest version is cosmetically updated from the previous GT version, but features exactly the same spec and performance.
The Pure Storm Tour Plus GT adds an even more solid feel to the combined control and power that made the Pure Storm Tour Plus so popular. With the extra half inch in length comes some added swing weight resulting in a more stable feel upon impact. Our testers noticed good plow through with a solid feel with the added GT.