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Pure Drive Cortex Review

Babolat Pure Drive Standard Cortex

Traditionally, advanced players have gravitated towards heavy, flexible racquets with a focus towards control and feel.

The Pure Drive racquets, introduced in September of 1994, changed all this, almost single-handedly influencing the type of racquet advanced players consider when making a racquet choice. As the dominant playing style started to change from serve and volley or all-court to a heavy hitting baseline style, players found the Pure Drive to be the perfect match.

One such player to notice the performance of the Pure Drive racquets was heavy hitting ATP pro Carlos Moya. Moya started using the Pure Drive at the end of the 1996 season. Finding the racquet a perfect fit for his aggressive baseline play, Moya reached the final of the 1997 Australian Open, which was his first Grand Slam with the racquet. In 1998 he won the French Open, then became World No.1 in March of 1999 with his Pure Drive.

As Moya got comfortable as a top player on the tour, Babolat improved the comfort and the performance of the racquet with the introduction of the Woofer grommet system in September of 1999. The Pure Drive remained unchanged until it saw a cosmetic update in September of 2002. By this time the Pure Drive had become popular both on and off the tour. Its lighter and more powerful performance characteristics made it a solid choice for a variety of player styles and levels. Finally, club players could comfortably swing the same stick as the pros, thanks to the maneuverable feel of the Pure Drive.

If a player needed another reason to try a Pure Drive racquet, TENNIS Magazine named the Pure Drive the "Racquet of the Decade" in 2005.

So how do you improve on the "Racquet of the Decade"? Babolat answered with the introduction of the Cortex System. The Cortex System is designed to filter racquet vibration so only vibration associated with ball feel reaches the player. The result of filtering unnecessary vibrations results in what Babolat calls a "pure feel".

Here we test both the Pure Drive Cortex and Pure Drive Plus Cortex racquets to see if the Cortex System could make the "Racquet of the Decade" any better.

Groundstrokes

Unanimously, our team agreed the Pure Drive Cortex offers an improved feel and level of comfort from the baseline compared to previous versions. Enjoying the feel, power and control of the racquet was Spencer. "Good solid feel off of both sides. This racquet has a generous sweetspot, which made me feel very comfortable and confident. Hitting with both the Pure Drive and Pure Drive Cortex, I could definitely notice a difference in feel. I think the Cortex technology is legit. I much prefer the Cortex version as I like the solid feel. Not to give the typical ‘tweener response, but it really does have a good combination of power and control. I liked the depth of my shots from the baseline." Brad also enjoyed a solid blend of power and spin off the ground with the Pure Drive Cortex. "I really enjoyed hitting forehands with this racquet. There was plenty of controllable power that helped keep my forehands deep with plenty of spin. I had good success hitting the ball on crosscourt forehands and I felt like there was no angle I couldn't hit. On backhands, I was able to brush the ball and get topspin or cut the ball for a nice slice."

Comparing the Pure Drive Cortex with its predecessor, Chris found an improved level of feel and comfort. "My results when hitting with the Pure Drive Cortex off the ground were the same as when hitting with the original. I found the same excellent access to spin and some nice pop. I would definitely add some weight to this racquet to keep it stable when blocking back a heavy ball. I really liked the response of the racquet when I was able to generate good racquet head speed. While the results were similar, I found the feel to be greatly improved with this latest version. The racquet felt much more solid at impact and there was less vibration felt in the hand. When hitting this version and the previous Pure Drive side by side, I had no doubt that the Cortex made for an improved hitting experience. For me, there'd be no going back after using a Pure Drive with Cortex - the feel and comfort were just that much better."

Granville enjoyed the healthy sweetspot of the Pure Drive Cortex. "Feels sooo good. After just a few strikes of the ball I was in the zone. I was greeted with a softer feeling Pure Drive with a noticeably larger sweetspot. Best of all, the power was there when I wanted it and not when I didn't. Very crisp and responsive - excellent weight-to-balance, providing depth and touch."

Finding plenty of spin on his shots with the racquet was Jon. "The Pure Drive Cortex felt light and maneuverable. It had good power from the baseline and decent control. This racquet is great for hitting with topspin and slice. I was able to hit with lots of spin from both sides, which helped control the powerful response of the racquet." Ryan enjoyed the response of the Pure Drive Cortex. "I loved the comfort and feel that this racquet provided from the baseline. I hit with it and then immediately switched to the older version without the Cortex and there was a big difference. The difference wasn't in the performance of the shots or spin or depth or anything like that. The difference was in the feel of the racquet. The older version, even with a dampener in it, rattled and vibrated. The new Cortex version virtually eliminated that vibration. It made a huge difference in the groundstrokes for me as I was able to enjoy the racquet and not just bear with it, like I had to with the older one."

Volleys

A maneuverable feel, crisp yet comfortable response and plenty of pop made the Pure Drive Cortex a popular racquet at net. Brad quickly found his targets at net with the racquet. "Volleys were very crisp and solid with this racquet. I had good depth on both sides and was able to place the ball where I wanted." Ryan enjoyed the comfortable response of the racquet at net. "Volleys were great with this racquet. Again, they felt good because of the comfort when impact was made. I especially liked the little extra depth I was able to get with this racquet. My volleys felt really solid except when I was a little off the sweet spot, where the racquet might twist a little. A little more heft would probably help that."

Finding a solid response from the racquet was Granville. "Solid volleys - it played like a heavier racquet. My preference would be a slightly more head light balance as I could feel the mass of the racquet when volleying. That being said, it had great feel and touch, and was very responsive." Looking for more stability was Jon. "This racquet was not that comfortable at the net. I felt it needed a little more weight in the head of the racquet to increase the stability."

Spencer found himself inclined to attack the net more when playing with the Pure Drive Cortex. "I felt great control in wielding this racquet at net. I prefer to stay at the baseline, but with the maneuverability and control on my volleys, I found myself approaching the net on a more frequent basis." Feeling comfortable at net with the racquet was Chris. "The racquet felt very maneuverable at net. Again, some added weight would make it a more ideal fit for my game, but even in stock form I felt like I volleyed well. I found the feel to be much more comfortable with this version compared to the Pure Drive Team. I was able to place my volleys well, find good touch and not have any of the 'buzz' of the Pure Drive Team."

Serves

We've come to expect a high level of performance from the Pure Drive family on serve and the Pure Drive Cortex did not disappoint. Squeezing every ounce of juice from the racquet on serve was Granville. "Feeling good. I was hitting big serves with excellent control. Very little transition time to settle into my regular serve. I was getting some good action (spin) as well, especially on the outside kicker. This racquet will get every bit of juice out of your big serve." Finding both more power and kick on his serves with the Pure Drive Cortex was Jon. "I served well with this racquet. I felt I gained power over my current racquet on serve. My kicker had good movement and my control was better than expected for the amount of power it produced."

Brad was serving consistently with the racquet after a brief adjustment. "It took me a while to get my serves dialed in with this racquet. I found that I was hitting a lot of my first serves long. However, once I adjusted my swing, I was consistently placing my serves in." Finding a well balanced response from the racquet was Spencer. "A good balance of power and control. It's not the most powerful racquet, but has good pop. I was able to produce a fair amount of spin, along with good placement and control. I felt very comfortable serving with this racquet."

Really enjoying the racquet on serve was Chris. "As with the Plus version, this was by far my favorite shot with the racquet. Thanks to the maneuverable feel, I was able to generate lots of racquet head speed, resulting in good spin and pace. I found the racquet spin friendly from everywhere on court, and even more so on serve. I was very pleased with the amount of action I was getting on the ball with both my topspin and slice serves. I don't hit a lot of flat serves, but when I did I found some nice pace, too." Ryan found the Pure Drive Cortex to meet his high expectations on serve. "Like all Pure Drive racquets, the serve was great because of the access to spin and the power that I always seem to find when using a Pure Drive. I loved the feel of serving with this racquet. I also loved the amount of spin I was able to generate. My kicker out wide was a great and effective serve with this racquet purely because the actual kick was effective."

Serve Returns

Offering a maneuverable feel, excellent access to spin and some useful pop, the Pure Drive Cortex impressed our team when returning serve. Brad loved the response of the racquet on return. "Service returns were awesome with this racquet. The racquet felt very stable and I could place the ball where I wanted. The beam width, combined with the stiffness of this racquet, made it easy to block back anything my opponent served at me." Jon would have liked more heft for ripping returns. "On return of serve the racquet had good maneuverability, but I felt it needed more weight. The Cortex made a huge difference in comfort over the previous Pure Drive (Team)."

Finding the racquet very maneuverable on return was Chris. "The racquet felt so light and maneuverable on the return that the first time out I was getting ahead of the ball and miss-hitting. Once dialed in, I had my best results when taking a good cut at the ball. With good racquet head speed, I found the racquet to be stable and very comfortable. I would have liked a little more weight for some added punch when blocking the ball back. With the racquet weighted up to that of my Pure Drive Roddick spec, it'd likely be perfect." Granville enjoyed the solid response of the racquet. "Once again, I had the rock solid experience of getting the ball back just by getting my racquet on it (defensive.) When taking the offensive, I was hitting with good confidence and placing the ball well for my second shot. Balance was not an issue on the serve return like it was on the volley."

Enjoying excellent depth and spin on his returns with the Pure Drive Cortex was Ryan. "Returning serve was my favorite shot with this racquet. I swung very freely with this one. The only thing I struggled with a little bit is that it swung very light! Sometimes I found myself ahead in a swing even on a fast, flat and big serve! That just doesn't happen for me, so I guess that is not a huge problem! I think this racquet would be a great confidence booster for anyone wanting to improve on the return of serve. I could especially see it being effective in a doubles match, because the return is so crucial in doubles and this racquet responded so well on the return." Spencer also found a very maneuverable feel from the racquet on returns. "I did like having this racquet in my hands when returning serve. With the maneuverability of this racquet I had an easier time returning against a big serve. On hard serves I could get balls back deep with shorter strokes, while I was able to wind up on slower serves with just enough control to keep the ball inside the baseline."

Overall

The added length of the Pure Drive Plus Cortex definitely provided the expected power and spin to shots from all areas of the court, but the real bonus was the increase in stability. The increase in swingweight which comes hand in hand with longer racquets made for a very solid response in the Pure Drive Plus Cortex. We found excellent stability hitting volleys and returns of serves, making this the ideal stick to be wielding when the ball is coming with some serious heat and weight. The increased leverage provided plenty of zip off the ground, which also made this a great stick for when we were the ones supplying the heat.

Overall A very solid update to the Pure Drive Standard, this version with Cortex offers just as much feel, but with improved comfort. Our entire team agreed that the Cortex technology did its job and they'd all use this version over the previous Pure Drive. Our testers enjoyed hitting with ample spin and pace from all areas of the court. The racquet's maneuverability also made it a solid performer on returns and volleys. While it's no secret the Pure Drive is a great fit for aggressive baseline players, doubles specialist looking for some added pop with excellent maneuverability should also give this stick a try.

Last Shots from our playtesters

Brad "The Babolat Pure Drive Cortex is everything that the Pure Drive Team is, only better. With this newer racquet you get a similar feel and power level, but the Cortex technology makes it that much more comfortable. The Cortex technology really does a good job at absorbing the shock and vibration on impact with the ball and keeping it from traveling into the handle. I really enjoyed swinging away with this racquet. I felt like I could really swing out at the ball and not have to worry about the ball sailing long. One of my favorite shots to hit with this racquet was the down the line passing shot."

Chris "I thought the Cortex System made an excellent update to an already impressive racquet. The improvement felt crystal clear when hitting the old and the new side by side, and I'd pick this new version over the old every time."

Granville "I was anxious to try this newer version as the original was just too much stick. I did like the synthetic 'Syntec' grip on this racquet. It's not too spongy, which is what initially brought me back to leather grips with an overgrip. Perhaps a leather grip is all that is needed to alter the balance on my volleys."

Jon "Overall this was a great feeling racquet, though I would have enjoyed a little more weight in the head."

Ryan "Overall, for me, this is the best Pure Drive I have ever played with. I couldn't handle the rattling and vibration in the older models, which is a bit odd since I tend to prefer a slightly stiffer frame rather than a super flexible one. The comfort you get with this racquet definitely eliminates the biggest turn off of the previous version."

Spencer "I could certainly switch to this racquet even in the middle of a match, and not miss a beat. I hit with the original Pure Drive Team awhile back and thought it was average. I was more impressed with this version as the Cortex has made a bigger impact on me. This is a versatile racquet that can suit most types of player as well as most levels of play. A good balance of power, maneuverability and control."

Babolat Pure Drive Cortex Standard scores

Babolat Pure Drive Cortex Standard
(Scores are determined by averaging individual play test scores)

Technical Specifications

Length27 inches69 centimeters
Head Size100 square inches645 square centimeters
Weight11.2 ounces318 grams
Balance Point13 inches
33 centimeters
4pts Head Light
Construction22-25 mm
CompositionGraphite / Kevlar
String Pattern16 Mains / 19 Crosses

Babolat RDC Ratings

Score
Grade
Flex Rating70Range: 0-100
Swing Weight325Range: 200-400

Babolat Pure Drive Plus Cortex

Groundstrokes

As we expected, the Pure Drive Plus Cortex offered some added leverage for more power and spin production off the ground. Finding more power from the longer version was Brad. "On groundstrokes, I could generate more power and spin compared to the standard. It was harder for me to control the ball and I wasn't as accurate with my shots. One thing I did struggle with was the backhand slice. I found my backhand slices floated a bit, and I wasn't able to get them to stay low over the net." Preferring the response of the Plus version off the ground was Jon. "Groundstrokes felt better than the Standard version and I found the racquet to have better balance and feel. I was able to generate a lot of spin and power when hitting with this one."

Finding the weight and swingweight of the Plus a better fit for his game was Chris. "I almost always prefer the standard length version of a racquet. However, the Pure Drive racquets are the exception. In both this new Cortex version and the previous Pure Drive, I prefer the Plus. I found the Pure Drive Cortex Plus to swing right in my comfort zone in terms of weight and feel. I was able to adjust to the extended length almost immediately. I was finding my range with the forehand with good pace and spin to boot. I had fun driving the ball with pace and spin, and being very aggressive. I had almost as much fun off the backhand side. I found lots of spin, pace and accuracy with this racquet. If I were not using the Pure Drive Roddick, this would likely be my racquet of choice. Compared to the previous Pure Drive Plus, I found this racquet to offer more comfort and a cleaner feel at impact. Overall, the feel felt more solid, yet also cleaner at the same time. I really enjoyed hitting groundstrokes with this racquet."

Struggling to find his usual rhythm with the extra length was Granville. "I could feel the extra length and it slowed me down. Not only did it take me time to find the sweetspot, when I found it its location didn't suit me. The extra length made it a bit too hard to maneuver for me. Amazing what a 1/2" can do. I'm accustomed to a swingweight in the low 300s - this is getting up there at 338." Ryan also struggled to find the groove with the Pure Drive Plus Cortex. "Most of the time I like the extra length on groundstrokes. I know that some of my co-testers liked the extra length on this one, but I just could not get comfortable with it. I couldn't adjust and my groundstrokes were just all over the place. I did like the extra depth and racquet head speed. It made my groundstrokes, when hit with confidence, very effective. It sounds awkward, but I couldn't get comfortable with such a comfortable racquet." Spencer was in agreement with Granville and Ryan. "I felt a little out of rhythm with the Pure Drive Cortex Plus. Although it's only a half-inch longer, it made me feel 'handcuffed' when hitting the ball. Therefore, I wasn't extending on my strokes. The length definitely hampered me, probably more psychologically than physically, as I seemed to struggle to find my groove."

Volleys

Our team's opinion of the Pure Drive Plus Cortex at net varied depending on the player's own preference for the length and heft of the racquet. Both Brad and Granville struggled to settle in at net. Brad said, "I struggled a little bit with volleys using the Plus. The higher swingweight and length made it harder for me to get the racquet where I needed it to be on my volleys. When I did connect with the sweetspot, I found good power and accuracy." Granville found the sweetspot to be out of his comfort zone. "Volleying only amplified my preferences here. It seems a bit more effort to maneuver at the net. Don't get me wrong, once you find the sweetspot it does feel good - the ball is just a bit farther away and thus I sensed a loss of control."

Finding a better fit for his net game was Chris. "The racquet played with more heft at the net compared to its standard length brother. This suited my game and I found myself volleying with the same confidence as when using my regular racquet. I found the response to be predictable and comfortable, allowing me to really go for my volleys. Even when the pace picked up, the racquet remained stable and offered a comfortable response." Also finding the groove at net with the Pure Drive Plus Cortex was Spencer. "I actually felt comfortable at net with the Pure Drive Plus Cortex. On top of that, it really did seem like I could get the racquet on those normally just out of reach balls. That, along with great feel and control, makes those tougher volleys a little bit easier to hit."

Also enjoying the comfortable response of the racquet was Jon. "The Pure Drive Plus Cortex was very comfortable at net. I liked the maneuverability and control at the net. The Cortex technology does hinder feel a bit." Ryan found good depth on his volleys with the Pure Drive Plus Cortex. "My volleys were great with this one. I liked volleying with both versions of this racquet. The depth was good and there was just enough heft in the frame to not have too many issues with stability and twisting on very hard hit balls."

Really enjoying the response of the racquet at net Chris. "This was definitely my favorite shot with the racquet. I was able to hit with good pace and spin and I was finding my targets with a solid level of consistency. The racquet felt like it cut through the air well and I was generating good racquet head speed. The quick access to racquet head speed translated well to overheads, as I was able to get the ball away with plenty of pace and end the point quickly."

Serves

As when hitting groundstrokes, our team found some solid access to spin and pace when serving with the Pure Drive Plus Cortex. Spencer said, "This is where I found the most positive difference in the Pure Drive Plus Cortex versus the standard length version. I could get more leverage and power on my serve and seemed to hit a higher percentage of first serves in." Struggling to find consistency with the Pure Drive Plus Cortex was Ryan. "This was the area that I thought would be great with the extra half inch and I was, ironically, disappointed. I was all over the place with this racquet. I could not control the spin generated with the kick serve. I was framing a lot of serves off the side of the frame. I was dumping into the net, and then hitting long. Ugh... It was just not right. I couldn't get my swing to a place where I knew where the ball would be and hit it. My swing was ahead, then behind. Enough said. I didn't serve well with this racquet mainly due to the fact that I couldn't find a consistent amount of control. The power was there and there was plenty of spin, I just couldn't control it."

Brad found the racquet to perform up to his expectations on serve. "I always enjoy serving with extended length racquets and the Pure Drive Plus Cortex was no different. The extra length of the Plus allowed me to generate more power on my first serves than I could with the Standard. Hitting my serve out wide on the ad side was easier, too. On second serves, I found I was getting some good pace on my kick serves." Also enjoying the performance of the racquet on serve was Granville. "Here is perhaps the only stroke where a bit of length can do some good for my game. If I had a 120 mph serve I'd probably take the time to learn to play with this racquet. I rely more on placement and variety - thus the benefits just don't fit my needs."

Chris also liked serving with the Pure Drive Plus Cortex. "On serve I found myself being more aggressive without sacrificing any control. This was definitely a fun stick to serve with, allowing for plenty of variety and good pace." Finding a solid response from the racquet on serve was Jon. "I enjoyed serving with the Plus version more than the Standard. The extra length was noticeable as it had a heavier, more solid feel compared to the Standard."

Serve Returns

Our team found another solid performance from the Pure Drive Plus Cortex when it came to returning serve. Enjoying the stability of the racquet was Jon. "On returns I felt like this racquet performed very well. The added length wasn't a huge benefit to me on service returns, but the change in balance and swingweight made for a substantial gain in feel and performance."

Finding a solid blend of stability and maneuverability was Chris. "When we playtested the Pure Drive Roddick Plus, I found the racquet too hefty on returns. This lighter Plus length racquet was much easier to get around and the extra length was not as noticeable. I found the racquet to respond well both when returning aggressively as well as when I was forced to make a defensive shot. When taking a cut at the ball, I was able to work the ball with pace and spin. The racquet felt maneuverable enough that I could rip the ball with spin or smack it flat at will. When forced to play defense, the racquet responded with impressive stability and comfort. I was able to block the ball back while maintaining good depth control."

While not a fan of longer racquets when hitting returns, Brad found a comfortable response from the Pure Drive Plus Cortex. " Like volleys, service returns with the Plus were a little more difficult for me than the Standard. The higher swingweight and length made racquet preparation more crucial and I wasn't always able to get the racquet around in time. One of the positives that I did notice was the stability and comfort on returns."

Both Spencer and Granville struggled to find their groove with the added frame length of the Pure Drive Plus Cortex. Spencer said, "Anything into the body I seemed to hit off center or mis-hit. Once again, I don't know how much is psychological, but I had a more difficult time with being able to extend and hit smooth, solid shots." Granville offered, "I found myself choking up on the racquet to make the most of the playtest. Same perceptions apply here - I can feel the added length, thus I am thinking of the added length. I don't want to be thinking about my racquet when I'm playing."

Finding a better response from the racquet was Ryan. "I returned very well with this racquet. I liked the extra reach on the backhand side when returning wide serves. I liked that I didn't have to swing as much to get a good impact with the ball. Great depth and control. Even when I framed a couple of difficult serves, my arm didn't hurt. Great comfort on impact. Great racquet to return with."

Overall

The added length of the Pure Drive Plus Cortex definitely provided the expected power and spin from all areas of the court, but the real bonus was the increase in stability. The increase in swingweight which comes hand in hand with longer racquets made for a very solid response in the Pure Drive Plus Cortex. We found excellent stability hitting volleys and returns of serves, making this the ideal stick to be wielding when the ball is coming with some serious heat and weight. The increased leverage provided plenty of zip off the ground, which also made this a great stick when we were the ones supplying the heat.

Scores

Last Shots from our playtesters
Brad "The Pure Drive Plus Cortex has a very similar feel to its Standard counterpart. The most noticeable difference is the power. You definitely notice the extra power of the Plus compared to the Standard."

Chris "I really enjoyed playtesting this racquet. It felt right in my hands and the swingweight felt smack in the middle of my comfort zone. This was by far my favorite extended length racquet I've tested and the first time I've used an extended racquet where I felt I was getting all the pluses of the extra length without any hindrance in maneuverability."

Granville "Added length offers a different racquet. Call me old fashioned, but with a very rare exception, I do not like long racquets. However, I did love the cosmetics on these sticks and found the Syntec grip worthy."

Jon "One thing that is immediately apparent is the Cortex technology. The older Pure Drive had a constant vibration that I never really noticed until I hit with the Cortex."

Ryan "I know that a lot of the other testers liked the extended length Plus version better than the Standard, but for me I was able to find more consistency with the Standard. I didn't have the consistency needed to be aggressive with this one."

Spencer "I'm not a serve and volley player, but if I were, I might consider this racquet over the Pure Drive Standard. The Cortex makes a significant difference in how solid this racquet feels on impact. With more power and leverage on the serve and more coverage at the net, I would be wiling to adjust to the 1/2" length for my groundstrokes."

Babolat Pure Drive Cortex Plus scores

Babolat Pure Drive Cortex Plus
(Scores are determined by averaging individual play test scores)

Technical Specifications

Length27.5 inches70 centimeters
Head Size100 square inches645 square centimeters
Weight11.2 ounces318 grams
Balance Point13.125 inches
33 centimeters
5pts Head Light
Construction22-25 mm
CompositionGraphite / Kevlar
String Pattern16 Mains / 19 Crosses

Babolat RDC Ratings

Score
Grade
Flex Rating70Range: 0-100
Swing Weight338Range: 200-400
Playtester Profiles
Brad 4.0 Baseliner currently using the Yonex RDX 500 Midplus. Brad has a fast swing style, semi-western forehand and a two-handed backhand.
Chris 5.0 baseline player now using the Babolat Pure Drive Roddick. Chris uses a full-western forehand grip, has a fast swing style and hits a two-handed backhand.
Granville Granville 5.5 all-court player currently using a Wilson Hyper ProStaff 6.1. Granville is an aggressive player who uses an eastern forehand grip and goes continental on everything else, hits with a flat swing and a one-handed backhand.
Jon 4.5 baseline basher with a big kick serve currently using a Dunlop Muscle Weave 200G. Jon uses a semi-western forehand grip, has a full fast swing style and hits a two-handed backhand.
Ryan 4.5 all court player currently using a Slazenger Pro Braided Henman racquet. Ryan uses a semi-western forehand grip, a one-handed backhand and has a long swing style.
Spencer 4.5 Baseline player currently using a Prince Hybrid Hornet MP. Spencer uses a full-western forehand grip, and hits with a one-handed backhand.

Review date: Februar 2007. If you found this review interesting or have further questions or comments please contact us.

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