Tennis is tough.
Babolat is making the game a bit easier for casual players and juniors.
The brand that boasts world No. 1 Carlos Alcaraz and second-ranked Rafael Nadal has launched its new Evo Aero racquets built for rec players, juniors and older players returning to the game.
Few players on the planet can hit with the power and spin of Rafa and Carlos, but now rec players can enjoy easier access to spin and effortless power with the new Babolat Evo Aero and Evo Aero Lite.
Babolat Evo racquets target players who enjoy the physical and self- improvement challenges of tennis.
The Evo line is a perfect choice for casual players wanting a performance racquet that provides easy power and comfort or for junior players transitioning to their first adult racquet or for older players returning to the sport.
Evo racquets feature cutting-edge technologies that help players realize their potential while enjoying the game. Babolat Evo racquets feature a larger head size (660 cm2 / 102 in2 ) and are designed to meet players’ needs for more power to return deep shots in the court.
The SMAC EX technology, a viscoelastic material applied to four key areas of the frame, adds more comfort with increased vibration dampening and delivers a softer sound at impact.
Featuring a brand new 16×18 string pattern, the Evo AERO’s aerodynamic frame generates easier spin on every shot.
The strengthened trampoline effect delivers more power for less energy.
• Head size: 660 cm2 / 102in2
• Weight: 275 g / 9.7 oz
• Recommended retail price: $189.00 (strung)
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