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Comments: I am an advanced beginner/intermediate player. I started with the Babolot Pure Storm and I couldn't get
my service action together at all. My arm was painful. Ran into AeroPro team and liked it immediately, excellent maneuverability,
superb control allowed me make my shots a lot perfect and my flat serves are so good now. Enough pop and placement is
excellent. I will recommend this certainly for developing junior players, intermediate young and old players as well.
From: Shaun, 10/14
Comments: I am 15 years old and have been using this racquet for about 2 years. I have found that now that I am
older this racquet lacks the plow and control I look for. However this is a great intermediate player racquet. I would recommend
it to anybody from age 11-15 and if one is on the smaller side until 17 even.
From: Aidan, 9/14
Comments: I am a 12 year old progressing player, therefore the specs of this racquet are great to get me
transitioning into a more adult frame. On the court this frame offers it all; great spin, power and control. Being quite a lightweight
frame, sometimes hitting back a hard shot like a smash will be tough due to its 2 point headlight balance. I would recommend this
racquet to anyone in between the age of; 12-15 -- if you're over 15, then the Aeropro Drive will be a better option.
From: Reece, 8/14
Comments: I find this racquet to suit the intermediate level player really well, providing great spin and control as
well as good power. Serving with this racquet is also really easy, providing power on the flat serve and excellent placement of the
ball. At the net, it's very maneuverable and has good put away power. Overall, this racquet is a versatile choice for a junior
making the transition from a junior racquet to a full-size racquet. After playing with it for a couple of years, I changed to the
Aeropro Drive for a heavier option.
From: Kevin, 7/14
Comments: Picking up this racquet today! At 65 years young, I can still dream of playing like Nadal! I had the Drive
Max 110 and just tried the Head oversize Range. I tried a club members Aero Pro and did not miss-hit once. I will keep you posted
on how it goes. I am a 3.5 and have it strung with excel strings at mid tension range. Great website TW. Please open a store in
From: Stephen, 6/14
Comments: Great racquet for aggressive intermediates. Really light, which can be a positive for speed at the net,
but a con for control with volleys and even some groundstrokes. I've used it for my sophomore and junior season in high school,
so I can second the fact that this racquet is built towards weaker and/or smaller players who need to work on his or her topspin.
After the two years I've had this, my topspin is literally an immense improvement in comparison to two years ago. Pair this racquet
with Babolat RPM blast string and it'll do great. This summer I upgraded to a heavier, more control oriented racquet since I am
bigger in size and in my game. I'd give it a: 8.5/10. Recommend it for middle to low tier doubles and for younger players looking
for some spin.
From: Alex, 6/14
Comments: I've been playing with this racquet for a week and I'm impressed. Good access to spin, power and
exceptional control. However, I'm having trouble flattening out shots when I need to put away winners. I don't know if it's my
string but that's my only gripe. Don't know what level I am at but guessing 3.5-4.0.
From: Liam, 3/13
Comments: I'm in my early 50s and play about 4.0+ on a good day. I'm kind of a big hitter and prefer a power
game. I also have big spin on my serve. I started with the Aero Pro Team Light and found it way too light. Then went with Aero Pro
Team and liked the extra weight (9.9oz) but still find it too light. I play with the Aero Pro Team with less powerful hitters (3.5-4.0)
and enjoy adding spin on serves and ground strokes. But when I'm playing with big hitters (4.0-4.5) and I need stiffness and
weight I use my K factor with 11.7oz, and give up spin.
From: Mike, 9/13
Comments: After having some arm issues with heavier racquets, I decided to demo this stick. Overall, I was very
impressed. Have to get used to the lightness on the forehand, but it generated great top spin. With the more open string pattern,
I got great kick on my spin serve. Forced my opponent take the return very high. Never thought I could play with a light racquet
but this one changed my mind. Very good control at the net and over heads. I am going to pick up two for my next match. USTA
From: Patrick, 4/13
Comments: As I get older and slower, I've kept my eyes open for a racquet that's lighter and stiffer than what I
currently use. To put it into a ping pong analogy, I'm not into the spongy paddles because my favorite is a sandpaper paddle.
that in mind, I decided to try the '13 AeroPro Team. This racquet is the stiffest and lightest racquet, yet and I love it. Keeping it
basic, groundstrokes are effortless when hitting in and around the sweetspot. Because I am on the high end of the tension range,
anything hit near the frame isn't very pleasant. A looser tension should alleviate that problem. Volleys are crisp and I was able to
place them without any trouble on either side. My serves needed some adjustment, but once I got used to the racquet, I was able
place them with ease. I'm not much of a power server but I was able to get enough pop when hitting flat. Lastly, overheads were
nice and easy as the weight of the racquet is no issue. It's seems to be common among Babolat racquets that the grips are huge,
hence my need to use the 4 1/8. If you like stiff racquets and have trouble using heavier frames, give this one a try. My set up is
1/8 grip with Pacific X-Force 18g string at 64 lbs.
From: Robert, 12/12