Babolat AeroPro Team
Released February, 2010
The Pros:Light enough for players with a weaker arm. Offers great touch on the ball at the net. Moves exactly where you want it when you want it, maneuverable.
The Cons:Hard to get a really powerful shot with this, have to smash the ball. Feedback is a little harsh, some noticeable vibration on contact.
The Babolat AeroPro Team is a mid-cost tennis racquet. Geared toward hard-hitting players, Babolat promotes this racquet to those who enjoy the spin and power of their AeroPro Drive model, but are looking for more maneuverability.
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The four point head light balance point is what provides the added control, and is also one of the factors that differentiates this model from the slightly lower cost AeroPro Lite model, which has a one point head light balance point to make for easy spin. The beginner-oriented AeroPro Lite also weighs less (9.2 ounces as opposed to 9.9 ounces). Specs shared between the two models include GT technology, which consists of an increased concentration of tungsten in the core of the racquet. This design makes for 10% additional energy recovery over a traditional core design, for more power in your swing. Another shared feature is the aerodynamic Aero Modular frame design, which contributes to a faster swing by increasing air penetration.
- Aero Modular
- Cortex system
- GT technology
- Graphite/tungsten composition
- 100 square inch headsize
- 27" length
- 16 x 19 stringing pattern
- Weight: 9.9oz.
- Balance point: 330mm/4 pt. HL
- Color: Black/Yellow
User Reviews (1)
light enough for players with a weaker arm
offers great touch on the ball at the net
moves exactly where you want it when you want it, maneuverable
eye-catching color scheme, looks pretty cool
comes pre-strung and ready to play right away
hard to get a really powerful shot with this, have to smash the ball
feedback is a little harsh, some noticeable vibration on contact
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