The Babolat Pure Aero series proves to be an excellent racquet as well. Specifically designed for those players who want to increase their spin and power without sacrificing too much control. Baseline players will find that this racquet helps them hit a heavier ball like Nadal (well, at least closer to Nadal).
Beside this, which tennis players use Babolat Pure Aero?
Hereof, which is better Babolat Pure Drive or Aero?
The pure drive offers you better control over the racquet and your shots compared to that of the pure aero. The aero is amazing for spin and swing but it grossly falls short of the control offered by the pure drive.
Who uses Yonex Ezone 98?
The Yonex Ezone 98 series is likely the bestselling Yonex racquet of all time (just guessing). With players such as Nick Kyrgios (Xi 98), Naomi Osaka (Ai 98), Marton Fucsovics (Dr 98), and plenty of other players using this line of racquets – it’s been a blockbuster among competitive players the world over.
So what is new with the new Babolat Pure Aero? Well, the main thing they have changed is that they have made the frame construction slightly less stiff. What used to be an RA of 72 on the old version is now a strung stiffness of 67.
Babolat Custom Dampener
The dampener of choice for Rafael Nadal to match his racquet is the Babolat Custom Damp.
We reviewed each racquet in more detail below.
- Wilson Clash 100 – Best Overall Intermediate Racquet.
- Babolat Pure Drive – Best Advanced Racquet.
- Yonex Ezone 100 – Best for Power.
- Head Graphene 360 Instinct MP – Maria Sharapova’s Racquet.
- Head Graphene 360+ Gravity Tour – Best for Control.
That said, when taking into account the powerful characteristics of Rafa Nadal’s Pure Aero and attempting to make a slightly more control-friendly frame that still provides the power and plow-through that the Aero Series has been known for, Babolat has come forward with another hit by introducing the 2020 Pure Aero VS.