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Comments: Just bought 2 of these sticks, have to say that im really impressed on the amount of spin in my drive
now, very stable, volleys are great, not so good with slices but still ok.. awesome choice for and awesome price.
Comments: The Babolat Aero Storm is definitely a very stable racquet. I was
really able to hit through the ball with a lot of spin and pace. Even
though its a 12+ ounce racquet the light head made the racquet feel lighter
without losing the solid feel that the Aero line provides. The hardest
part for me to adjust to was the serve. It definitely had more pace
then my last stick (Wilson N Code Tour 2) and after about a dozen serves I was finally able to get some solid serves in. Even
though I really enjoyed
hitting forehands with the Aero Storm I think the most enjoyable shot
to hit was the volley. It really has a nice crisp feel and the racquet is
very maneuverable at net. All in all, its a great racquet and I've enjoyed
hitting with it.
Comments: This racquet is definitely a solid stick. The weight really isn't anything to me as I am a 6 foot tall and
135 pounds scrawny teenager. I struggled at the beginning until my foundation became good. I found my forehands are able to be
hit with a lot of spin, depth, and pace. Control is a definite plus as I can make it where I want the ball to go. It is a solid on
baseline and on volleys, although I thought the serve isn't as good as it can be.
Comments: This racquet is definitely a solid stick even though it's an Aero. The weight really isn't anything to as I
am a 6 foot and 135 pound scrawny teenager. It wasn't anything good to me until my foundation became good. Forehands I'm
able to hit with a lot of spin, depth, and pace. Control is a definite plus as I can make it where I want the ball to go. It is a solid on
baseline and volleys, although the serve isn't as good as it can be.
Comments:I switched from the Babolat Aero Pro Drive +(extra half inch) to this
racquet, and boy what a change. I am a flat baseline hitter with a
strong serve. I used to hit balls out all the time with the Aero Pro. This racquet forces me to be careful and technical about my
shots, but it pays off. I literally can kiss the line on every return to the corner pocket. I recommend if you are a power hitter to get
the Pro Red Code strings, 16 gauge, and string it at a lower tension. That will allow you to rip balls all over the court. This is
another great Babolat stick.
Comments: I've only used this racquet since I was a 1.0 player till now. Great racket, I owned one for about 3
months before I got a second one and this is all I use.
Comments: Hybrid with Wilson NXT at 58lb. Strings never move so it has higher durability. It is a lot better than a
full bed of NXT.
Comments: This racquet has the perfect weight and balance, i.e. not too head light to make it whippy and not less
to make it feel heavy. I always thought that these racquet technologies are rubbish, but not after trying aero series. Aero shaft
makes the upward movement for generating topspin so easy and this makes the weight of this racquet unnoticeable. So with such
high ease of use, the swing weight is so high that a perfect swing at the ball will generate so much spin and weight in your short.
If you are decently built player with a good swing n feel that your shots don't have weight then buy this racquet. The GT version
has the same spec but little stiffer. If you like stiffer frame go for GT, if you like soft feel of ProKennex type then go for this 2008
model. This racquet will visibly add kick to your second serve. If your shorts are not having enough power with this racquet then
go to a coach n check your swing.
Comments: I've gone back & forth for past year between this heavier Aero Storm "Tour" & the lighter Aero Storm.
Here's my take. The heavier "Tour" gives me better pace, depth & power from baseline. Although I do have trouble hitting through
my forehand due to the heavy weight of this stick. But my 2 handed backhand (which is my best shot) is great with the heavy
"Tour" version & my serve has more pop. The lighter Aero Storm version is better for my volleys, forehand, spin & easier to carry
over a long 3 setter. Wish I could find 1 racquet that fits all my strokes! I've been going back and forth between the 2.
Comments: The best racquet I've used by far, very easy to maneuver the ball and it has a great ball feel. I love
hitting heavy topspin with this racquet. Superb and crispy clean volleys. I just love this racquet...it's amazing!!!
Comments: Very durable stick....I really love this racquet because it is very easy to play with by allowing spin and
control to be easily generated. My buddy has the Aero Pro Drive
but I like the Aero Storm Tour way better. It is a great stick for beginners as well as
experienced players. It is a must have!!!
Comments: This was my first real racquet! I fell in love with it because of the colors at first and when I took it out
for a spin I loved it because of the control I got with it. The spin was good although you had to provide more of your own power
and spin. The shots I were able to hit with deep with some plow through. I loved it so much I bought another one and hopefully a
Comments: I really like this racquet! I am on the verge of buying it, but just want to test it with the AeroPro Drive
Cortex and this side-by-side. At first, it seems like it would be really heavy, but it is balanced very well and I barely thought about
the weight once I was playing with it. It has awesome control, great stability, and great feel. It generates topspin like crazy and
just feels good and solid at the net. I am demoing this thing and am so attached to it I hate to send it back... (just kidding :). I
would highly recommend this racquet, if nothing else just for a demo. It is one of my favorites!
Comments: I have been a die hard follower of the Head Prestige line. I demoed the Aero Storm Tour only because I
had a a really bad string job on my 3 Head sticks from a tournament stringer. Thank God for the bad stringing because I instantly
fell in love with the Aero Storm Tour. I am a big hitter with big kick and flat serves. This stick has improved my placement and
consistency in every aspect of my game. The BH slice is scary good, it stays low and penetrates through the court. I will say this, if
you don't have solid strokes don't waste your time. This stick isn't for everyone. You must provide your own power, which is what I
love about it. All of my opponents hate that I have this new stick, they all complain about the increased weight of shot due to the
intense spin on both Fh and BH. I am buying 3 more and never switching back.
Comments: This is definitely a racquet you must hit with confidence, meaning that you better hit your shots with
your own pace and power, because this racquet does not give you a whole lot in those departments. However, this racquet does
allow you to swing big and pick your spots quite well. I picked up this racquet after playing with Babolat Pure Drive racquets, and
I am happy with the switch, primarily on the volley and forehand. I miss a little power on the backhand side, but overall, a very
solid racquet. More note of concern, the racquet is heavy, so you better be strong enough to wield this thing if you are playing a
Comments: Very, very nice racquet. I love it! It serves like a dream. On average I'm getting 12 aces a match with this
racquet and the ground strokes are easy and you CAN get some power, but be willing to provide your own power.
Comments: Okay so I'm not a pro and I can't accurately describe the way this racquet feels. But, the weight was just
a bit too light so I added some lead tape to the handle to bring just over 12 and it feels great. I love this racquet. I am able to put
spin on the ball, deaden the ball when I want to and now my friends hate my serve. I never got an ace before I got this racquet and
now I am getting at least three each set!!! Again, I love this racquet. Great net skills now that I have this racquet!
Comments: I just got three of the Babolat Aerostorm Tour and I have found it to be a phenomenal frame! I switched
from the K factor 90 (Federer's racquet) and found it to have a sufficient weight to allow you to really drive through the back of the
ball, giving you great depth and power. The serves are amazing! I can now get lots more spin with greater ease with the upgrade
of a larger head, though I don't usually like larger heads, this one is the grand exception. All in all, a definite player's racquet.
Comments: I used to be a tournament player before and used Head Liquidmetal Prestige midplus before I decided
to try a new technology of Babolat so I bought 2 rackets of aerostorm tour. I must say the quality control of Babolat is very good
(compared with other brands) because both rackets have the exactly the same weight and balance. The total weight is around
350+ (including string, overgrip and vibration dampener) but it is not heavy at all during the game. It is a stable racket for volley
and groundstroke and easy to produce top spin (backhand and forehand). No problem with elbow so far. I put more weight at
head to get more power and it really improves the performance of the racket. Flat serve and flat slide backhand really shine with
this racket. Recommend it for any player who can handle heavy racket and has proper swing.
Comments: Best racquet I've ever used. It improved my serve, my drive and my two-handed backhand. I prefer this
kind of control-oriented racquet than power racquets. I used to play with the AeroPro Drive (Nadal's racquet), but definitely the
Aero Storm Tour is much better (for me).
Comments: I demoed this racquet from my coach, and it was perfect for me. It has a good amount a of power and
great spin, you will get comfortable with it after about a week and then from then on in it will be fantastic!!! If you're looking for
just a little less power than the Aero Pro Drive this is the one. It is better with a lower tension but that's just personal opinion.
Comments: Compared this against Yonex and AeroPro Drive. I actually preferred the Storm Tour for my game. I
agree with comments that this racket lets you swing out at the ball better and for me it felt to have excellent plow through (for
stable racket). My one handed backhand never felt better, although I did feel a need to go through a small adjustment period to
get my forehand on track. After a few minutes it felt very good off both sides. I agree with comments that this racket feels better
for all parts of game (versus AeroPro Drive). I liked that it is heavier by weighted slightly head light (making it quite
maneuverable). The Yonex rackets were not at all to my taste... I would like to compare this against the Head Microgel Radical MP
which seems to get quite some good reviews... Any way, I am really leaning to this racket to represent my game for the next few
Comments: This is by far my favorite racket! I love Babolat Aero Storm Tour because it makes my topspin very
effective. My backhand improved and my forehand is a killer! The weight is great and feels right. The racket is durable trust me, I
have anger management on court if you know what I mean. I recommend this racket for someone who uses a lot of topspin like
Comments: This Racquet is amazing! Very stiff, a little on the heavy side, but aside from that, this is a very control
oriented racquet and the ground strokes give you the opportunity to put great spin on the ball because of the super slim hoop.
Serves are awesome as well. With this racquet, I get so much more kick to my serve and a lot more speed. Volleys are killer; they
go wherever you need them to. Headsize is wonderful. The only complaint that I have is that this racquet isn't very reliable when
making clutch defensive shots. Because of the size, it is very easy to damage this racquet. I have gone through 3 of these in 8
months but I keep going back to them.
Comments: I bought that Babolat aero storm tour and this racquet is amazing!! It improved my serve and my two
handed backhand. In my opinion this is the best racquet I ever played with.
Comments:I demoed the Aero Storm Tour twice to see if it was a candidate for me to upgrade from my Aeropro
Drive. All in all, the groundstrokes were amazing, the touch was unbelievable, the volleys are incredible, and the serve was good
without the heaviness of the up swing. If you're a power hitter looking for a more controlled racquet, then by far, this racquet is a
Comments: Never have been a big fan of the profile/shape of Babolat frames, but I wanted to give this one a try
based on a recommendation. It's a great-looking racquet, but I found the playing characteristics to be mediocre, and at times
demanding. Nothing stood out for me, and I would have to describe it as more club and less scalpel. Groundies were just OK -
and demanded your full attention. No plow at all - it plays lighter than advertised. Stretch slice backhands lacked depth. Volleys
were difficult to punch/stab. Decent 2nd serve corkscrews, but definitely no free points on your 1st serve. While I can't call it a
bad racquet, in my opinion there are numerous better choices in the category of player frames.
Comments: Best racquet ever groundstrokes are good and the serves are mind shattering. I recommend this to any
player who wants to destroy their challenger.
Comments: Yeah, it was pretty good in all areas but not the best, it says Aero on it, but the AeroPro cortex swings
much faster and hits harder. This gets some nice pace but you really have less margin for error and the extra spin is much less
noticeable than in the AeroPro Drive cortex, it's good but not $185 good.
Comments: I've been demoing all sorts of player sticks over the past couple months
(basically all Wilsons and Babolats; and most Prince's and Head's), and I'd say this comes in the top five. It's got tons of pop, but
not in the way that your balls go flying out, but it lets you hit with more topspin and hit a heavier ball than you're probably
accustomed to. All in all, it wasn't my favorite racquet (that belongs to K Six-One Tour), but it's in my top five, after the Six-One, K
Pro Tour, and Pure Tour Ltd. If you're looking for a player racquet with lots of pop, definitely give this one a try!
Comments: I am a junior and was getting tired of the Prince racquets that send the ball over the fence 9 out of 10
times. Great for my first flat serve and second kick serve. Sometimes it does feel a little harder to get as much power as other
racquets, but it's going to be my racquet for a long time.
Comments: I switched to the Tour version of this racquet from Prince Hybrid Hornet (which I really liked but gave
me arm trouble). My tennis elbow vanished after wielding this heavy headlight stick. Besides the comfort level this racquet has
awesome control and feel. It's a baseliner's dream. There's a drop off in power from the AeroPro Drive, but more comfort and
control. You can still get good power with it, but you have to hit out and I wouldn't recommend it for slow swingers. Top spin
forehands are a pleasure to hit, and my one handed top spin/flat and slice backhands are much more consistent. I may have lost a
little pop in my flat first serve, but the consistent placement is a worthwhile trade off and I have no problem spinning in second
serves. This racquet is a winner for me and well worth a demo for those shopping.
Comments: SUCH AN AMAZING RACKET! I decided recently to switch to a more control-oriented racket; I've got to
say, I'm so happy to have made the switch. I can swing to my heart's content on the forehand, and it'll always drop in where ever I
aim at. Aside from the forehand, the backhand is where this racket shines best at. I've got a two-handed backhand and with the
Aero Storm, my backhand consistently stays low (1-2.5 ft) and has a nice amount of topspin on it. All in all, the AeroStorm is
amazing! As per serves, this stick is so forgiving, at least it was for me, and helps to put in an amazing amount of kick for my
second, not the best for flat first serves, though. Otherwise, such a great racket.
Comments: I demoed the Aero Storm Tour twice just to make it was the racket for me and it was. Compared to the
AeroPro Drive the power of this racket isn't close but the control and consistency I gathered from it was amazing. I was able to hit
winners and drop shots like no other. If you're looking for control, consistency and confidence, BUY THIS RACKET!
Comments: A control version of the AeroPro Drive. Less spin, less power but more stability (Tour version) at net.
Very good control. Feel is not the best I know but very good stick overall. My favorite Babolat.
Comments: I have converted to this racquet (from a Wilson nblade) after demoing it a couple of times. It's a solid
choice with great feel on groundstrokes. I absolutely love the fast swing. Serving is the biggest plus of this racquet. Control and
spin are easy to achieve with this stick.
Comments: I just switched to the lighter 2008 version of this racket, and I have to say I've finally found my racket of
choice. I loved the original version but the extra maneuverability seems to have just improved my consistency that much more.
This is the only racket I've hit with that I truly believe has helped me be more consistent. It's definitely a baseline racket, though. I
find it very weak at the net.
Comments: Well, I tried out the Aero Storm yesterday for 3 sets. I have been looking for a stick that would replace
my old ProStaff 6.1 95. I have been looking for boost in power and larger sweetspot. The Aero Storm at first felt a little dull; it
certainly does not have the crisp response of the ProStaff. Other than that, it retains most of ProStaff 6.1 attributes + power + a
lot of spins + large sweet spot. At 320g(unstrung), it does not feel heavy when I am wielding it. Baseline-wise, it is really good. It
offered very reliable topspin forehands. It worked really well for my flat+topspin one-handed backhand. Forget about people
saying it lacks power; that has to be a lie or they are not hitting the ball right. Also this stick is great for volleys. As long as you
learned basics of doing proper volleys, your volley will penetrate deep. Service-wise, this is a decent stick for flat+slice first serve,
and pretty good for topspin second serve. However, you need a fluid service motion or you will feel 320+ strung weight retarding
your movement. So far, no flaws.
Comments: I've hit with this and the PD Roddick and the AeroPro Drive. Personally, I don't know why, but I love
hitting with this. I have a western forehand and a 2h backhand. I have a flat first serve and a topspin-kick second. Anyways, it has
really good power with a pretty decent plow-through, but it shined for me on the backhand. This is odd, since my backhand was
terrible on the Aeropro Drive. Anyways, my racket of choice is the Microgel Prestige MP, but I'd seriously recommend this racket to
anyone looking for some good power with decent control and good feel.
Comments: I didn't like this racket at all to be honest. I play with a Babolat Aero Pro Drive racket. The rackets are
about the same in weight and the head is just a bit smaller to what I am used to but that is regardless. I found that my kick serve
wouldn't kick and really the only thing that was somewhat ok was my forehand. It just went a tad deeper that I am used to which
was a good thing. But I wouldn't recommend this.
Comments: I didn't hate the racquet; it's just there was nothing really good about it. It played fairly averagely. At
first when I demoed it, I enjoyed the weight of just swinging it, but then when it came to hitting with it, the strings felt dead on it
and I really had to work hard for pace on the ball. A lot of the time I hit it short and had to really work with it, but then again I had
a blister so that didn't help. I recommend trying the Babolat Aero Pro Drive. I think it has more spin and control, but personally I've
never been huge on Babolat and am looking into Wilson, Dunlop and Prince.
Comments: A very friendly racquet. Groundstrokes have a very soft and control-oriented feel. Very stable and
maneuverable in serves and volleys, especially if your serve packs a punch in topspin. Not as lively as the Wilson K Tour 90 but
just as stable and has a generous sweetspot. Power is decent, and the balance was well engineered.
Comments: Great stick! Everyone has his/her opinion about this Excalibur. At the end, you are going to be the one
that takes it to the battle... so try it out! What do you have to lose? Cheers!
Comments: I have found this to be a great stick. It generates lots of spin and control without sacrificing power. I
have however had a little trouble hitting crisp volleys. As for serves it is great if your serves have quite a bit of spin.
Comments: I've been playing with the Flexpoint Prestige Team and felt really comfortable with it. I demoed this
racquet a few days ago and fell in love with it. With this racquet I'm able to get good-paced balls with plenty of topspin close to
the net or nice and high close to the baseline without much effort. Although the specs say it almost 12oz, it felt almost like my
Flexpoint. This stick is really stable, when blasting forehands I didn't feel the ball come off of it, it was like the strings cupped the
ball and I just flung the ball into play. When returning serves, this racquet is stable, letting you hit the ball back with the same
pace. A must-try stick if you want a stable racquet with plenty of spin and control.
Comments: I've been playing with this racquet for about two months, and it's a good racquet if you're looking for
spin and control. There is one downside; if you want power, use a different racquet. I can develop my own speed but still don't get
a lot. This racquet is great for aggressive net players and delivers great pop and topspin shots on crosscourts.
Comments: I've been playing with this racquet for about 4 months and haven't played better. I've gone through so
many racquets but now think I've finally found one that fits my game. I've read the review and find it different from my experience.
It has plenty of power, so much that I needed to string it on the upper end of the recommended stringing tension. I am by no
means a power player. It has increased my accuracy and power, especially my returns/groundies and serves. It is also a lot easier
to swing than the specs indicate and a very comfortable racquet. The only complaint is that you need to concentrate on volleys
and stick them as they have a tendency to fly if you just try to block them back. Give it a try to really see how really good it is.
Comments: Some of the comments on this feedback forum unfairly malign this wonderful tennis racquet. It is a
fairly stiff head light player's racquet that is slightly over 12 ounces, and guess what -- it plays like it, and very well I might add. If
you are in the market for a player's racquet with some added pop, this is a must demo. You can generate great pace while
maintaining good control. Depth and pace are very easy to produce with this racquet. Serves very well too and spin on all shots is
out of this world. You owe it to yourself to give this racquet a try!
Comments: When I demoed this racquet, I loved it for the feel and the comfort, but when I played with it for a more
substantial period of time, I realized that you really need to adjust your whole game in order to cope with the characteristics.
Anyone not interested in changing your whole game for the racquet, I do not recommend.
Comments: I was demoing the Pure Storm Tour and Aerostorm at the same time. What I've found is that this
racquet is pretty disappointing. I read the specs and it seemed good. But the balance just felt completely wrong. If it were a bit
more head-light it would've been a solid hit. I also think that it should be a bit stiffer. This racquet had a lot of potential in it, but
Babolat didn't make the most of it. As for me, I'll be switching to the Pure Storm Tour.
Comments: This is a very control-oriented racquet. It has a nice feel and is very stable. I did not find it to feel like a
brick as one review stated. It feels lighter than most 12oz racquets. Does not have a lot of pop. Worth a demo but suggest if you
demo this racquet also try the new Dunlop 500 tour. It has all the solid feel of this racquet but has more power and just as much
or more control.
Comments: This is truly an amazing racquet. For me it has so much control that if I put power into it, it goes where
I want it to go. I use (now used) an Aeropro Drive and I couldn't
really put any power into it because it didn't (for me) have enough control. This racquet upgraded my control and my power.
Comments: I have a Wilson K Factor Surge, and it was OK, but it wasn't really my playing style, so my coach
recommended this racket. THIS RACKET IS AMAZING! This racket feels great, has good groudstrokes, serves, volleys, EVERYTHING!
Comments: I think that it is a fantastic racket for me. When hitting a groundstroke, this racket offers a very solid
feel and plenty of spin. Also I am aware of easy access to a ball control. Maybe this racket is good for a baseline player. It is an
amazing racquet and should be used. I say, try it now...
Comments: I agree with the comments from "anon" on 12/7. What a disappointment. Looks great, feels great--
until you actually hit with it. It plays as though the frame is made thick PVC. For those who can relate--very similar in response to
the old Arthur Ashe Head "Competition" model.
Comments: I've been playing tennis for 10 years now, and I have to say this is the best racquet I've ever tried. I like
to be aggressive at baseline and power the ball at my opponent. I recommend this racquet to everyone who likes to hit with power
from the baseline and hit everything out.
Comments: This is the absolutely worst racquet I have ever used. As an ITF player, this racquet was uncontrollable.
It may be good for a club player, but for any serious player it is no good. If you like Babolat and you're serious, try the Pure Storm
Tour. It provides much better feel and control.
Comments: I currently play with the Pure Drive Plus but have just ordered two of these. The added weight feels just
right and I simply have far more control with this racquet. Feels great on the arm and swings lighter than the swing-weight. I
tried several other racquets and none of them compared to this one.
Comments: I LOVE THIS RACQUET! I was recently trying to find a new racquet to replace my old Wilson and I had
tried a few that I liked but none of them even held up a finger against the aero storm. I had really liked the aero pro and before
buying it I decided I might as well try it out, boy am I glad I did. I got a ton more feel, power and accuracy from the baseline. It had
excellent spin, slice and topspin, and pinpoint accuracy. It was amazing on serves, plenty of power and ample amounts of spin.
This stick felt a lot lighter than it is, don't just read the specs of this stick and be scared they are totally misleading. If you are
looking for a new racquet you owe it to yourself to try this one out!
Comments: This is a solid racquet for the serious player. Great feel, very classic style. The weight is great and feels
distributed well. Also, this racquet is good for anyone who needs some power in his/her tennis game.
Comments: This racquet is absolutely amazing. You can easily generate pace and spin. This
racquet is solid and has great balance. After not playing for a month, this racquet allowed me to get all of my game back within
minutes. It is so much better than the Pure Drive.
Comments: I think the people who complain about this racquet obviously never demo-ed it, it's truly an awesome
racquet. I play with the Pure Control line, and this racquet just slices through the air and I have a lot more feel than I do with the
Control line. This racquet is not built for Roddick fans. The Pure Drive is a completely different racquet with a different feel. This
racquet is for players who need a more consistent game in terms of placement and getting the ball in, that's why in a earlier post
someone said it has no power -- because that's supplied by your stroke. This is a racquet for those who actually feel they need
something a bit heavier and not for those of you who think it looks cool.
Comments: I bought this racquet recently about 2 months ago. My other Babolat Pure Storm Team's frame cracked
so I had to retire my old stick. I came across the Aero Storm. Note: I had only read about it and saw how amazing it looked but
never hit with it. The racquet blew me away with the amount it was giving me off my forehand and how much more racquet head
speed I was getting out of it. It also gives me so much touch around my net game. It has a nice mix of power, control and
accuracy. Plus it's the coolest looking racquet out there today so you can't beat that either.
Comments: Fantastic racquet, power with control, tremendous spin, nice cushioned feel at
impact. The guy who complained about it being too heavy and hurting his wrist must have technique issues. This is actually a very
forgiving frame. Geared more toward the 4.5+ player, though, given the swing weight. And yet it swings lighter than the specs,
perhaps due to the aero technology. I've played with the Pure Control Team for 4 years and loved every minute of it, but this is a
better racquet and destined to become a favorite with club players and pros alike.
Comments: One word about this racket WOW! I love this racket so much and I just got it today too. I was kicking
butt like crazy! Love the cortex system, love the whole darn racket! I recommend to all who love spin.
Comments: I love this racquet. It is a wonderful stick that has the ability to really get through the ball with great
ease. I haven't had any problems so far with it.
Comments: This racquet is the best racquet of all the Babolat Aero line. I demoed it and fell in love with it. I would
suggest it to any advanced player. Has great spin and is a nice looking racquet.
Comments: Solid racquet! Swings very comfortably despite the high weight and swing weight. It generates some
sick spin and power, yet provides awesome control. I previously used a pure storm team, but wanted a more stable racquet. I
demoed it for about a week and it improved almost every part of my game, with room to grow. Feel is a little muted, but if you can
handle a 12oz+ stick and want something extremely stable, you should definitely try this one out.
Comments: Love this racquet -- except if you don't have a strong arm, this one will weigh you down. It's great from
the baseline. From the volley area, it's OK. The swing weight is actaully pretty great as well pretty light. Overall, great racquet!
Comments: I got this stick about a week ago; when I got it it looked amazing. I used to play with the AeroPro Drive
and the Aero Storm gives you a lot more topspin than the AeroPro. My serves are now more accurate, I can smack the ball as hard
as I want and still get it in, and it is so comfortable. I recommend this to any body who is a hard hitter and needs more accurate
Comments: Just demoed this racquet, I LOVED it. Had been playing with the Pure Storm, but when one of mine
cracked decided to demo this. From this baseline this racquet was solid off both sides and I was able to generate excellent
topspin, which really allowed for pinpoint accuracy. Also, slice backhands had good depth and penetration. Volleys were crisp and
had good touch and feel around the net. Serves were still able to be bombed, which has nice accuracy as well. Kick serves really
jumped off the court. Overall if you have an all-court game and like a little bit more pop than a traditional players racquet, you
should definitely demo this racquet.
Comments: Nice racquet overall. If you doubt it go demo it. It is a nice frame that offers plenty off pop and tight
spin. This is a must demo! I use the head flexpoint instinct and I have always hated Babolat. That was until I tried this! I now
think I am going to switch. Overall, a very nice racquet for serves, spin, ground strokes, volleys, touch, overheads, and just about
Comments: When I first got this stick I thought wow this is a nice looking stick. Then when I started to play with it I
was amazed at how light it felt even though it's 12+ ounces. I am a serve and volley player. The serve with my normal stick I hit
around 100-108 on a first. This stick is around 105-113. Also, it is a great racquet to generate large amounts of spin. All in all I
give it a 9/10.
Comments: Aero Storm has the ability to maneuver the ball around the court with little difficulties. The amount of
control obtained out of the racquet is tremendous. Equipped with the top of the line racquet technology in the present era, cortex
helps with more ball feel. It is an amazing racquet and should be used.
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