This article will compare the Babolat Pure Strike vs Pure Aero VS (98) to see how they compare to each other in terms of racket specs and playability. The Pure Strike is endorsed by Cameron Norrie and Dominic Thiem while the Pure Aero VS is endorsed by Carlos Alcaraz and Holger Rune. Babolat Pure Strike vs Pure
Babolat has recently launched 2023 versions of the Pure Aero Team and the Pure Aero so I thought it would be a good time to check out how these two rackets compare to each other. The Babolat’s Pure Aero range of tennis rackets is endorsed by several top tennis pros including Rafael Nadal, Felix Auger-Aliassime,
The Babolat Pure Aero and the Wilson Ultra 100 are good all-round tennis rackets that provide a good mix of power, spin, and control to suit a wide range of tennis players. The Pure Aero is famously endorsed by Rafael Nadal while the Ultra 100 is endorsed by top tennis pros including Kei Nishikori, Victoria Azarenka, and Maria Sakkari.
The Yonex Ezone 98 and Babolat Pure Strike are both 98in head size tennis rackets that are particularly popular with recreational players who hit with a single handed backhand. The Ezone 98 tennis racket is endorsed by Nick Kyrgios and Naomi Osaka, while the Pure Strike is endorsed by Cameron Norrie and Alize Cornet. This
The Head Gravity Pro and Babolat Pure Strike are good all-round tennis rackets that are very popular with intermediate to advanced tennis players. Their popularity may partly be down to the fact that the Gravity Pro is endorsed by Alexander Zverev and the Pure Strike is endorsed by Dominic Thiem. This article will look at
The Babolat Pure Aero and Wilson Blade 98 are two of the most popular tennis rackets sold by Babolat and Wilson. This is due in no small part to the endorsements from top tennis pros with the Pure Aero being endorsed by Rafael Nadal, Felix Auger-Aliassime, and the 2021 US Open Women’s Singles Finalist Leylah