Rafael Nadal uses the Babolat Pure Aero, which is far more lighter than Federer’s wand. Nadal’s racquet weighs 300 grams without any strings, and has a similar string pattern of 16×19 as that of Federer’s. The racquet is available in a grip size of 43/8 inches, in a black and lemon color.
Just so, what size racket head does Nadal use?
Likewise, people ask, what is Nadal’s new racquet?
But what is this version of Rafa’s new racquet? Rafa’s new racquet is still his Babolat Aero Pro Drive Original from 2005, although he has tweaked the weight and customization over the years. His racquet has loads of lead tape at 12 o’clock for a swing weight that few club players would be able to use effectively.
Does Nadal Use 2 overgrips?
Overgrips are literally just those, you put them on top of your existing grip to either save replacing the original grip. Roger Federer uses the best selling sticky overgrip, the Wilson Pro Overgrip. … Rafa Nadal uses the Babolat VS Original overgrips.
Federer, for what it’s worth, is using a racket that weighs in north of 12.5 ounces — far too heavy for the average club-level player or even high-level junior for that matter.
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The Swiss superstar is adored by fans for his fluid game and amazing range of shots. However, no one knows that Roger Federer’s racket strings cost €35,000 ($40,000). The player pays this amount for a year.
10 Most Expensive Tennis Racquets
- Proximus Diamond Games Prize – Worth : $1.3 M. …
- Wilson Pro Staff 85 Original – Worth : $2,800. …
- Dunlop Max 200g Grand Slam Edition – Worth : $800. …
- Head Prestige Pro 600 – Worth : $600. …
- Puma Boris Becker Models Winner PCS-Racket Super 2 – Worth : $320. …
- Babolat AreoPro Drive – Worth : $200.
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