The Babolat Aero G Review


The Babolat Aero G ranges offer the magic of their Aero line to recreational players or anyone that would like a high-performance frame at a great price that will not break the bank. Cutting through the air with impressive speed, this racket will remind you of Rafael Nadal’s choice of racket as it has similar cosmetic stylings. The great use of aerodynamics of the racket makes it easier for you to run across the court and execute shots with precision. Its lightweight feature along with its large head size makes this racket perfect for beginner and intermediate players that are looking to improve their game quickly.

What Are The Specifications?

Head Size: 102 in2 658 cm2
Length: 27 in 68,5 cm
Strung Weight: 286 grams 10,1 oz
Unstrung Weight: 270 grams 9,5 oz
Balance: 32,99 cm 4 pts HL
Unstrung Balance: 32 cm 7 pts HL
Swingweight: 301
Stiffness: 67
Beam Width: 23 mm/26 mm/23 mm
Composition: Graphite
Racket Colours: Yellow/Black
Grip Type: Babolat Syntec Team
String Pattern: 16 Mains/19 Crosses
Tension: 22-24 kg

Babolat Aero G

Woofer Technology:

The Woofer system was first introduced in 1999. This was the first and most effective frame-string link system. It allows for a 25 per cent longer ball to string contact time which aids in creating greater control, and a sensation of comfort to the player while the racket is in contact with the ball. Along with this, the use of Frame String Interaction Technology goes hand-in-hand with the Woofer system to bring more feel to the player with each strike of the ball, as well as a tighter stringing pattern in the sweet spot of the area.

AeroModular Technology:

Designed with the use of AeroModular technology, the Babolat Aero G is considered to offer great aerodynamics to the racket. Using this technology, you will benefit from a faster swing, greater spin on the ball, and significantly improved control of the ball. This is a result of air penetration being rated at +15 per cent and better air resistance. As a result, there is increased racquet head speed throughout the entire swing pattern. This consistently produces sharper, cleaning shots and in turn, more powerful serves, more penetrating groundstrokes, and crisper volleys. Along with this, the unique racquet boom is shaped like a wing to cut down on drag. This series of racquets are designed to improve speed and tennis racquet manoeuvrability.

The Cortex Dampening System:

The use of the Cortex Dampening System helps in transmitting useful information to the player. The handle design helps bring that information closer to the player’s hand aiding in providing perfect control on every hit. The vibrations caused during play are minimized due to the vital technology of Cortex being used in the engineering of the racket.

Final Thoughts:

The Aero G range is designed with a handful of features that are put together, helping in making these rackets a very easy tool for mastering fundamentals of stroke production. This gives the player easy access to power and spin. The racket is a perfect fit for anyone that is looking to react quickly to both volleys and service returns while allowing you to find easy placement on aggressive swings. In conclusion, Aero G is a great option for the improving player who wants to achieve high performance at a great price that will not break the bank. This is made possible by an impressive combination of manoeuvrability, spin, and precision.

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About Mark Bailey

Hi, 👋 I'm Mark Bailey. I’ve been in the racket sports industry for 11 years and counting! You could say I’m a bit of a racket guru. I have experience with tennis, squash, badminton and table tennis at an international level. My blog is all about providing you with tips to improve your game as well as sharing my experiences from different tournaments around the world. In addition to this, when there's snow on the ground (in winter) I like to take advantage of it by going snowboarding in France! And even when there's not any snow left... My Labrador Rocky always needs walking!

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