While the Pure Drive has come to define the power racket for Babolat, the spin-happy Pure Aero has shown a near equal popularity, largely on its association with Rafael Nadal, who has played with the racket since 2004, winning 17 Grand Slams.
Consequently, is Babolat Pure Aero good for beginners?
#6 – Babolat Pure Aero Lite
The Pure Aero is used by Rafael Nadal. This lightweight version is a great racquet for beginners who want to have the option to become more advanced players. … We recommend this racquet for athletic beginners or recreational tennis players looking to take their game up a level.
Similarly, 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.
Is Babolat Pure Aero a good racquet?
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).
As light rackets go, the Babolat Pure Aero Lite is up there with the best when it comes to serving. It will give you good access to spin and power and encourage you to develop those quick swings. All of this earns the Aero Lite a 7.5 out of 10 on the serve.
It is a pretty hard job to pick the better racquet between Babolat and Head. Head had a wider product range and a more appealing design. However, Babolat’s racket characteristics seem more comfortable for me. … My choice would be Babolat Pure Drive or Head Speed MP.
That’s exactly what Wilson did as they asked Roger Federer to test the Wilson Clash. Federer has always used Wilson rackets and the Pro Staff RF97 has been his preferred piece of equipment since 2014, while he used the Wilson Pro Staff 90 before that.