Babolat usually releases special edition paint jobs of their most popular racquets for Wimbledon and French Open. This is 2017s Babolat Pure Aero French Open.
What do you think of the design? Should the racquet companies keep making special paint jobs for the grand slams?
The specs is exactly the same as the usual Babolat Pure Aero (which you will find below), but if you want a fresh new look, this is the way to go. Babolat also launches several more products during the French Open such as tennis balls, tennis bags and a bunch of other French Open edition racquets. You can read more about them in this more recent post.
I also think it’s about time that Babolat creates a new edition of the Pure Drive series which has been untouched since 2015. They usually work in two year cycles, so I’m sure will see a new Babolat Pure Drive later this year.
Until then, you’ll have to do with the Babolat Pure Aero French Open edition.
|Head Size:||100 sq. in MP|
|Weight:||Strung — 11.1 oz Unstrung — 10.6 oz|
|Balance:||7 Pts Head Light|
|Grip Type:||Syntec Pro|
|String Pattern:||16 Mains / 19 Crosses
Mains skip: 7T, 9T, 7H, 9H
No Shared Holes
(The specs are shamelessly copied from Tennis Express.)