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Comments: This is honestly a pretty decent racquet. I use this as a backup racquet if my AeroPro Drive Cortex's strings break. It has decent power and really light for people who can swing fast.
Comments: I would recommend this racquet. It is for someone who likes to generate their own power. I found it not as good for returning serves but excellent on volleys. It still is an amazing racquet and I would definitely recommend this Babolat racquet.
Comments: This racquet is unbelievable. I would definitely recommend it to anybody looking for a lighter, more maneuverable player's racquet. I used it when it first came out in 2008 but ended up switching racquets after a while. I don't know what I was thinking, because I'm playing better than I've ever played with this racquet. Just before I picked this racquet up, I was using the Prince EXO3 Tour 100 18x20, and every part of my game is noticeably better with this racquet. With the Prince, I got overpowered a lot by shots that shouldn't have overpowered me, and now I can step into the same shots and still have a strong reply instead of a weak shot short in the court. I get more power and spin than the Prince with the same swing. I guess the extra power might not be what some people want, but I have no trouble controlling the extra power; I'm just hitting deeper and more penetrating shots. The stiffness of this racquet helps me out a ton with sticking volleys instead of always feeling overpowered at the net like I did with the Prince. There is a huge spot with this racquet; off-centered hits are forgiven and don't lose a ton of power. Serves come just as effortlessly as groundstrokes I feel more in control of my serves, and I get a lot more spin while feeling like I'm hitting quite a bit faster.
Comments: This is an amazing racquet. I have switched about four or five times over the past year trying to find a racquet that fit my style. I tried the APDC, the Wilson KZen, and Dunlop Aerogel 4d 500 and this racquet surpasses them all. This racquet gives me so much comfort, spin, control, and power. My serve is spectacular with this racquet. I will never switch again.
Comments: Overall it's a great racquet. Only comments is destroyed my elbow after I switched with this stick. Otherwise I love this stick. Have to rest my elbow for two months. I will demo Volkl when my treatment is done.
Comments: This is the best racquet that I have ever used. Perfect blend of control, spin, and maneuverability. I would say that the power generated by this racquet is about five out of ten, but that is perfect for me. I can swing away and not worry about hitting it long. I am able to hit amazing topspin forehands that dip down just inside the base line. Topspin backhands (which I had trouble with before), and great slice shots with lots of bite. Serves are great as well. I definitely see an improvement to my kick serve. This is a great racquet for an all court style player who loves to hit topspin shots. Volleys are pretty good as well. I am not a volley guy. I prefer to hit from the baseline. Over all I would say at least demo this racquet while it is still available. You will not find it cheaper anywhere else! Tennis Warehouse is the best!
Comments: I've switched back and forth for the past year with a lighter Aero Storm Cortex & heavier Aero Storm "Tour" Cortex. Here's my take on lighter Aero Storm. The lighter one is better for volleys, spin, & forehand and it's an easier stick to carry over a long 3 set match. However it lacks power, pace & depth from baseline vs. the heavier "Tour" version. Also, my 2 handed backhand which is my best shot, feels completely dead w/ this lighter version. (This seems to be a common complaint of the lighter Aero Storm). The heavier Aero Tour is much better for my 2 handed backhand and it also gives me more pace & depth from baseline & more pop on serve vs. lighter version.
Comments: The best racquet so far. Two-handed backhand is great, so is my serve, which is surprising to me. I still need some time to dial in my volley. My forehand now has much more power and spin. I will buy one more for sure.
Comments: I was browsing Tennis Warehouse in search of a racquet and I ordered this because it looked cool and was on sale. So far very good. I have recently switched from the Head YOUTEK Radical MP and have been using it for a few days. My serve feels significantly stronger, especially the kick, and I can generate much more power on my forehand. However, my two-handed backhand feels rather weak right now, possibly because I am still adjusting to the extra ounce on the racket. Overall, it was a very good buy.
Comments: Been demoing this puppy for the last year & finally decided to buy not 1, but 2 of them! This Babolat can generate spin on all shots with ease. Lacks a little bit of power, but that feature helps me keep my shots within the lines! Volleys aren't supposed to be this racquet's main cup of tea, but it sure hits a solid volley if hit with authority. Overall, great stick, especially from the back of the court!!!
Comments: I just demo'd this racquet and must say it's pretty cool. It's not my favorite, but it's definitely great for players who want to create a ton of spin. I found that this racquet generated more spin than anything I've used so far. My slices were wicked and my topspin was awesome. Granted, I was trying for extra spin on all my shots once I noticed how easy it was. Unfortunately, there has to be a sacrifice. This racquet had basically no power or at least very little. I found myself having to take huge cuts in order to generate a lot of pace. Still, the incredible top spin made up for lack of pace. If you're a spin-oriented player I highly recommend this racquet, but players who want pace and power should definitely avoid it.
Comments: I just bought two of these racquets and they have helped me to improve on a consistent and more competitive game. The racquet doesn't have much power but can get enough. I have a hard first serve and a second serve with a lot of spin. The first serve has the power I need and plenty of control. The second serve works very well because of how well this racquet controls spin. Also very good for volleys. Great price and looks good!
Comments: Played with this and others and was very impressed by its performance. I tried the Babolat Aero Strike along with the Wilson Ncode Tour and this one seemed to fit me best. Excellent for top spin, but I had trouble with my backhand. The head size is small and takes getting used to if you've used bigger. Overall a great racquet and would recommend it to anyone.
Comments: After using the Babolat Pure Drive Gt for about a year I decided to try this racquet out. Worst racquet I've ever demoed by far. The only only part of my game that improved was my volleys and all the spin I could get on my kick for my second serve.
Comments: Overall it's a great racquet. Don't listen to the product descriptions. If the specs fit your playing style, then just go for it. It has as much spin potential as a 16 by 19 string pattern, although for some reason it's a bit harder ro rip those nice backhand groundstrokes. Great for flat serves and other serves as well. If you're buying this racquet after you have used a lighter racquet for some time, expect to see the same amount of power in your strokes, if not more, due to the weight level increase. The smaller head might be something to get used to if you're used to oversize heads, but once that is overcome, this racquet becomes much better than almost any racquet you've ever used. Just make sure to do a bunch of internet searches on the specific pros and cons of this racquet's structural specifications and you'll be fine.
Comments: This is a great racquet. My ground strokes are greatly improved when I use this racquet. All topspins, slices, and drop shots are much better. Volleys are a little weak. Serves are a little harder to control with compared to my aeropro drive cortex. I had to experiment to find a good string for the racquet. The Babolat pht works good for me. I'm hoping rpm blast works well when that comes out. Overall, good racquet.
Comments: So my whole tennis team tried this racket along with some older microgels, ncodes, and k factors. This was the one that was liked by everybody. I'm a spin player who thought I need a 105 in headsize racket. Let me start off by saying I like the feel of Babolats and have used them for 2 years. This racket has the best spin of any racket I ever used. I could curve inside out forehands off the court. Serves were great. Volleys, couldn't complain. The racket has enough power for the intermediate player; don't shy away because of a low power rating (the mistake I made). It also boasts good control. A must demo if you like a Babolat; a hidden gem amongst the mediocre Aero series.
Comments: I really like hitting with this racquet. It has a lot of control and enough power plus it looks nasty. I used to play with a Head Liquid Metal 4; this racquet is a huge improvement. I'm never switching from Babolat from now on.
Comments: My friend had this racquet and I had a hit with it and it felt superb. I knew I had to buy it. The racquet gave me much better control on the ball, but you have to generate your own power with this racquet. The feel is really awesome and I would say this is one of the best racquets I have played with. BUY IT!!!
Comments: A friend of mine had this racquet, so I was curious and hit with it, and could not put it down!! Wow..Where have I been all my life, playing with 110 size racquets, and thinking I could not play with a smaller frame. I was playing with the Pro Kennex KI-20 PSE because of elbow issues, but the Babolat was actually heavier and easier for me to control my shots, leaving very less strain on my arm, not to mention every ball was in and my serve was dynamite. I just bought 2 and plan on selling my older racquets..Thank-you Babolat Gods for giving me a new game.
Comments: I love this racquet it is really maneuverable at net and on serve. It also gives great spin and I could whack the fuzz off the ball but still keep it in. A definite demo
Comments: One of the best racquets I ever tried. The balance is perfect for my great
one hand backhand. Nobody can volley my shots from that side. The key is to string this stick with a thin, powerful poly, like Kirschbaum pro line 1.25. Then you solve the muted feel; it is a shame that Babolat changed the specs in the new gt line. That higher swingweight could spoil this fantastic wand.
Comments: Great racket! I came from a very flexible racket with a 95sq inch head and 59 stiffness and I'll never go back! The Babolat is anti-dead anywhere on the court and I'm a Nadal style player and this kills Nadal's racket to me & I used to love that racket! Ground game with this racket is great when u have a lower tension (under 60 pounds other wise you 'need power') and will allow vicious SPIN, POP and control! I can curve the ball with my forehand and hit big when I need to and it improved every bit of my serve and net skills cause it had far better feel and stability but is still comfy enough to have extended matches, touch is great too. I would recommend to anyone, even control players. ohh and not to mention "IT'S CUSTOMIZABLE!" due to a lower weight than most control-type rackets, & it is a control racket, just an odd type of one & who wouldn't want a control racket that you can hit extreme spin with anyway
Comments: I have been using a Head Microgel Prestige Midplus, but found I was dropping the ball short a bit too much, and also I wanted a racquet that was more maneuverable at the net. Judging by the reviews, this racquet you either love it or hate it. I love it. It swings like the AeroPro Drive, however serves and volleys are WAY better with this racquet. It does feel kind of dead from the baseline, but I like the control I get from this racquet. It makes it very easy to hit a deep flat ball. Try it out!
Comments: I normally use a K-Blade 98 racket. I always felt this racket didn't give me enough pop on serves or enough power on ground strokes, but I kept it due to its superior slicing and volleying capabilities, as well as its far above average stability and maneuverability.
The Aero Storm 2008 was an interesting change for me. I felt that the Aero Storm augmented my serve greatly; it added a ton of spin on my serve and solidified my volleys even more. My forehand was displaying a ton of power and spin. The only weakness is that the racket didn't favor my normally exceptional backhand. It didn't weaken it by much, but there certainly was no improvement.
Also, slices were somewhat more difficult with this racket. When executed correctly, they had a good amount of bite and depth similar to a Pure Drive, but they were very unforgiving with mistakes.
So, overall, I give the racket, on a scale of 1-10,
Comments: I hate this thing. Feels very unstable, very weak (I have to slam balls to get it over the net), and despite the low power, it doesn't even have good aim. Definitely doesn't have enough pop. Switched to prestige, 1000x better. If you're gonna get this, at least get the tour version.
Comments: Good racquet overall, unique shape and design. However, the handle is too short compared to most racquets, which results in an odd, uncomfortable feel. If you're able to customize the handle, this racquet would probably be exceptional. However, the stock racquet isn't really an option if you're used to a conventional handle.
With that said, the racquet plays very well. This is a racquet that absolutely requires a dampener, since playing without one results in very strange, tin-can type sounds and vibrations in the handle. A dampener fixes this problem completely, though the problem itself is a strange one. I didn't notice any unusual power or spin, control, etc. from this racquet, despite the other reviews. Nothing out of the ordinary. Nice racquet, but sort of quirky cosmetic and overall characteristics.
Comments: After trying the Pure Drive GT, I wasn't sure Babolat could offer a control oriented racket. When I tried this racket, I really felt the aero modular and aerobeam technology because I was hitting all my shots early. After 10 min. of playing, I finally adjusted and instantly felt the control that this racket offered. In addition to the control, the spin and power made this racket a perfect match. I highly recommend this racket to anyone that wants the perfect combination of control, spin, and power.
Comments: This is an incredible upgrade to me. I have been playing with the Pure Storm for a year now and I felt that there is something missing whenever I volley or whenever go head to head with an opponent who has a strong baseline game. The stiffer frame of the Aero Storm made a huge different in my game. As a result, I hit a much more solid volley and much stronger groundstrokes. Additionally my original worry about the stiffer frame will hurt my elbow as I have had a elbow problem before, it did not! So far, I have played 4 single matches, 3 of the 3 setters and my elbow is still in good shape.
Comments: Look, this racquet feels solid. It feels good. But, unless
you have the footwork of Roger Federer, forget about it. It's
impossible to hit good defensive shots off balance. Also, the serving
is inconsistent and not really that good. I almost bought it anyway
because it felt so good when I set up well. But in the end, I'm going
with the Prince exo3 Rebel team. Much better serving, and for
Comments: I demoed this racquet about a year ago and I really really liked it...so I bought it...terrible idea, has terrible maneuverability and is one of the worst racquets I've ever played with. Its just not comfortable. if anyone is thinking Babolat try the pure storm racquet group.. they are much more player oriented.
Comments: Not good at all. This racquet doesn't have anything better than the Aeropro Drive or Pure Storm. First off, the racquet is unstable and has a small sweetspot (not to mention that it is also unforgiving). Second, the power and control is also lessened, meaning that it kind of robs your power while giving you no easy time placing the ball. Third, it feels like a piece of wood when hitting and doesn't give you much access to spin. The aerodynamic throat is pretty pointless, being that the spin potential is lessened by the board-like structure. If you use a Pure Drive or Aeropro Drive and are looking for more control, don't even bother trying this racquet, it won't help at all. Now I know why a lot of pro shops don't even carry this thing.
Comments: I demoed this racquet when mine wasn't being sold any more. When I first played with it I was amazed!! It had wonderful feel and great dampening. When you hit groundstokes, it doesn't put much Stain on your arm. I would definitely recommend this racquet to anyone!!!
Comments: I bought this raquet to replace my Pro Drive which I broke at the end of last season. I was looking for a racquet that would give me more control and stability on my serve. I have no trouble generating power but found serving with the Pro Drive to be hit and miss (mostly miss). After a few months of playing with the Aero Storm several times a week I find I like the heavier feel and stability of the Aero Storm as compared with the pro drive. I can't comment much on control as I find if I'm setup properly and mt footwork is there I have control, when its not forget about it. With my stringing it really has very little power but I find that I'm taking full swings now more consistently.
Comments: This racquet is the best! Incredible feel with great control. It's weight is perfect for me to get a fast swing speed but still have the control and feel required for heavy balls. I string it at 58lbs with Luxilon Original and just love it. Serves have great spin and control with as much power as you want. I am used to playing with heavier (12oz) control racquets, and this one has even better control and flex even with the lighter weight. A must try for all levels. Just Love it!
Comments: First time I played with it (coming from the nblade), I couldn't miss -> I was like a 6.0 that day. Couldn't miss a forehand, lefty serve was jumping over heads. Since then, the racquet cannot contain a full swing. I can't return with it because it is too light and I am always ahead of the ball. I have a very fast swing and noticed this racquet can generate some immense racquet-head speed, but I overpower the racquet on serves, overheads and forehands. Definitely not a racquet for college players and above as you can overpower this thing if you take a full cut at the ball. To conclude: short strokes = great control and spin; longer strokes = overpower racquet, way out in front of ball.
Comments: Okay, I've demoed just about everything out there including most of the player's frames and find this one "just right!" Have been playing with the Pure Storm Tour, which I love, except for feeling a bit heavy at times (12 oz by my scale). The Aero Storm (11.4 oz) has the exact same weight, balance and swingweight as the Aero Pro and the Pure Drive, both proven winners from Babolat. But, it has a thinner beam, slightly smaller head, more flex and a tighter string pattern for more control and feel for greater consistency and placement. It might be easier on the arm than some other Babolats too. A great combo for all-court players...I love it!
Comments: This racket is bomb. Got good overall performance. I'm thinking on getting new strings since my Luxilon strings or most any Luxilon string users it feels very dead and can't produce much spin. Well this racket works well for me because I get about 80-90 mph serves, which I think is pretty good for being 12.
Anyway, GOOD RACKET GET IT NOW!!!
Comments: This racquet is absolutely built for mobility and is the perfect racquet for the on the move player whose greatest strength is his speed and power. With a faster swing speed you generate plenty of power coming from this racquet but not overpowering there is still a tremendous amount of feel to come from this racquet, along with spin. However there is not as often that feeling of overspin which I felt when I played with the Nadal racquet...I would recommend this
Comments: This racket is the racket I use now. I love it; it fits my style perfectly and helps me improve. I win by forcing my opponent to make mistakes. I do that by hitting it to the corners with moderate pace and rushing the net on well-placed balls to scare them or to finish off a point. My first serve is a flat serve and my second serve is a topspin and sometimes slice serve (this racket improves that). The woofer technology is exceptional and you can really place your hits, the cortex is also amazing, I don't even need a dampener! I use Tecnifibre X-One Biphase 17, this string is amazing to go with this racket, but you have to generate your own power. Also, I use Wilson Pro Overgrip.
Volleys: 85/100 You can feel where your hits are going; however, it's hard to generate much power. Good for touch volleys
Serve: 81/100 More of a spin serve racket, flat serves are adequate, not the best.
Groundstrokes: 84/100 My backhand has kind of decreased; however, control is great. You have to generate your own power. Great for attacking short balls. Great for drop shots from the baseline.
Comments: This racquet is amazing. If your a fast swing player able to create your own power, this racquet it great for you. It has amazing spin and control.
Comments: I had previously demoed the Pure Drive Roddick and AeroPro Drive, and they just had too much power for me, causing me to spray my shots and forcing me to adjust my strokes to compromise. I was planing on getting a K6.1 Team before I tried this frame. It was the perfect medium. Great stick for a player looking for mostly control and spin, but with enough power to put away aggressive shots.
Comments: I absolutely LOVE this racquet! I'm just getting back into playing some regular tennis after not playing much in the last several years and I needed an upgrade from my trusty old friend -- the Wilson ProStaff Classic 6.1. So I demoed several Wilson's (including the K SixOne Tour 90, K Six-One 95 and K Six-One Team, KBlade 98), the new Head Extreme 2009, a couple of other Babolats (Pure Drive Roddick and AeroPro Drive), the new Prince EX03 Rebel Team 95 and none of them came close in the end to the Aero Storm 2008 racquet for me. With a tad lighter frame, additional bit of stiffness, balance and headsize, I can tell a HUGE change in my game and it is easy on my arm. I wanted some additional spin and my stringer recommended Head Sonic Pro and the I'm loving the combination! I love the additional bit of pop, spin, control, and bite on my serves that I'm getting with this racquet and string. I feel like the racquet is doing a little more of the work on all my strokes & shots, which is exactly what I needed! Definitely worth at least a demo if you are looking for a change or upgrade.
Comments: This is racquet is absolutely amazing!!! A perfect blend of power and control. The racquet feels like an extension of my arm. It is a great all-court racquet. Handles and delivers heavy hit balls with ease, with pinpoint accuracy. I have played with many racquets over the years including Babolat Pure Drive & AeroPro Drive, Wilson K 6.1 95, Prince Speedport White & Black, Head Prestige & Prestige Pro, Dunlop Aerogel 300 & Aerogel 500 Tour and many more. The 2008 Babolat Aero Storm is simply the best!!!
Comments: This racquet is outstanding. This racquet has exceptional control with a large variety of spin capability. When I first got this racquet I didn't really like it for the amount of difference there was between this and my last racquet, but after I stuck with it for a month and I am playing the best 4.0 game of my life.
Comments: Best racquet ever. I was overly impressed with this racquet. It has great control and a nice amount of power too this will stay in my bag for a long long time..good job Babolat.
Comments: It is an awesome racquet. It is worth buying because you can feel the power of your shot. This racquet is great for all hitters!!!
Comments: This is a great racket - no question about it. It provides great feel, loads of control and decent power. It reminds me in some ways of the Volkl DNX 10 but is better in a couple of significant departments. 1) Much more forgiving with off-centre hits and b) better spin/slice potential. Highly recommended.
Comments: I have had this racquet since the summer I love it <3. A couple months ago it vibrated like crazy! I put a bigger dampener in and its so much better. It doesn't have much power and you can swing through the ball
Comments: An excellent racquet for an all court player who is technically proficient and has a fast swing. This racquet is definitely for the advanced player. It is maneuverable and solid on volleys provided your technique is good. I find it particularly good on groundstrokes and for topspin serves but you must generate the power yourself. It is my first Babolat racquet and without doubt I am more comfortable and confident playing with it than any other racquet I have demoed. If you are serious about your tennis give this one a try.
Comments: I've had this racquet for about 3 months now, and at almost 15 hours a week of solid play I can honestly say I love it. Don't get me wrong, I was on the forum shopping this thing away. But I gave it more time and voila! magic. I'm playing better than ever and my shots are extremely penetrating. I feel like I simply can't miss with this racquet. 8.5 out of 10
Comments: Great racket, just played with it for an hour after a demo. I tried a new first serve that worked 4/5 times; it was awesome. The racket generates a lot of spin with great control. The power is not bad, simply not amazing. Don't listen to "you must be 4.0+", this is a great racket for anybody who wants to generate some more spin and get more control. I completely recommend this racket. 10/10
Comments: My wife demo'd this racquet and anytime she demos, then I demo too. After demoing we were surprised to read the negative reviews on this site. Like pretty much all Babolats, this racquet is a joy to hit with. It's a stiff racquet that really zeroes out almost all vibration with the cortex system in place. While it is not as heavy as the Tour-version, this racquet is perfect for the player who is looking to hit controlled shots who also isn't prone to play offense more than he/she wants to; definitely a defense-orientated racquet from my perspective. Observing my wife play with the Aero Storm, I was able to watch her hit balls that would've normally been long, in just before the baseline. She rarely hit the ball into the net. We regularly would have 20-30 stroke rallies. She doesn't naturally have as much power on her game as I do, but she was able to withstand my direct and powerful shots. Overall, I believe this racquet, which I just got for her for XMas, will make her a better player all-around.
Comments: I am currently using a prince o3 speedport red but when I used aero storm today my shots were great thanks to the control and feel of the racquet...a must for players seeking control and who are tired of seeing their shots go out.
Comments: This is a great racquet for groundstrokes; you get power combined with control. On the other hand, with this racquet I couldn't volley. I couldn't place the ball anywhere at the net. So if you are primarily a baseline person, give this a demo.
Comments: Great racket. I think everyone who needs a bit of control and is able to generate their own power should get one. Absolutely amazing for me..!!!
Comments: In my top 3. I prefer a Drive Z Lite and AeroPro, but this is an amazing racquet that offers great control.
Comments: This racquet definitely delivers the control it promises along with some major topspin. I found it much easier to rip winning topspin shots. Previously, I had the Head Liquid Metal Genesis, which offered great topspin and power, but failed to give me the preferred control. Backhand was the weakest part of my game, but now it has become something I can depend on. The Babolat Aero Storm is my racquet of choice.
Comments: A strength of this racket is that it provides a good amount of dampening while still maintaining some feel. It is not that powerful because of the dense string pattern and small head size - so as a 'tweener racket it is not advantageous. Also, as another reviewer has noted, the strung-weight is deceptive as it tends to feel and swing heavier than the 325 grams suggest. On volleys it is pretty maneuverable (not the best) but hard to generate power if you do not have good technique. The aero design does allow for good topspin cuts at the ball, which is fun and the reason I tried the racket. On serves this proved effective too as it cut through the air well. I am used to oversize, light, 27.5 inch 'tweener rackets that are more forgiving - hence, this was hard to use on two-handed backhands because there is not much room for 2 hands and having to make contact closer to the body was not always uncomfortable. Of course many are fine with 27 inches and having that sort of sweetspot. Overall, could be a good choice for a 4.0 or above.
Comments: I bought this racquet but ended up trading it for a Dunlop 500 Tour because even though strung at high tension, it had way too much power.
Comments: The control on this racket wasn't as impressive as I thought, but the good thing is that there isn't much vibration every time you hit the ball. (I use NXT Tour at 56 lbs.) My recommendation for those who like a stiffer feel to string at probably... 62 lbs. I like the spin, though, and that's why I use it as my main racket. Overall pretty good.
Comments: This is a great racquet. Most of the reviews about it are completely right. It's a great 'tweener racquet as well as an excellent intermediate racquet. I found it easy to put topspin on my forehand and my backhand was very stable and had good power.
Comments: Baseline Control?? Yes! The light weight allows for a lot of maneuverability on
the court. I find myself placing shots at the baseline very well, with a ton of spin - particularly on my forehand. Backhand? I have a slice 1-handed backhand, and have found myself hitting flat backhands, or topspin because I like the extra power and control. In all, my backhand has improved. Forehand?? Perfect placement, lots of spin - a big improvement in my game. Volley? Marginal, because when a player drives a shot at you the weight of the racquet is very light, so you have to really step into the ball in order to not lose your grip.
Serve?? Outstanding. Lots of spin on my kick serve, this shot has become quite the weapon. Though, you don't get as much power as you'd get with a Roddick, but the spin is worth it. Style?? I'll admit, this is the best looking racquet on the court & that is part of the reason I purchased it..
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