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tennishead gear reviews: Babolat 2019 Roland Garros range


 

It’s that time of the year when tennis takes centre stage for many sports enthusiasts as the enjoyment of two Grand Slams in the space of three months has the fans on the edge of their seats. And thanks to Babolat, official supplier to Roland Garros, you can now look the part on court at the same time.

 

Founded in France in 1875 when Pierre Babolat created the first tennis racket strings made of natural gut, it’s no surprise that Babolat would be closely linked with the French Open and they’ve not held back this year with a full range of Roland Garros branded rackets, bags, balls and accessories.

Rackets

With no fewer than 7 rackets in the Babolat 2019 Roland Garros range you won’t be stuck when searching for a racket to suit your game no matter what your age or standard.

The adult racket range includes two version of the legendary Pure Aero, the racket endorsed by Rafa Nadal and there is no better player role model for your clay court aspirations than the ‘King of Clay’ himself. This Aero range was specifically designed for players that use spin as the driving force in their game. You can read our in depth review of the Pure Aero here.

You can buy the Pure Aero Roland Garros or the Pure Aero Light Roland Garros both in striking colours to match the clay of the French Open. There is also a Pure Aero Junior 26 Roland Garros for any player who wants a slightly shorter racket at 26 inches in length, such as a junior.

The range also includes the Babolat Pure Drive Team Limited and the Babolat Boost Limited. Both engineered to help add more power to your game and both designed in eye catching colour schemes for 2019. You can read more about the Babolat Pure Drive in our recent review of the Pure Drive VS here.

If you are an aspiring young player and want to improve your game this summer then Babolat have got you covered here as well. They are offering the Kit Roland Garros Junior 25 + orange balls which are suitable for any child aged 9 years or more.  They also have the Kit Roland Garros Junior 21 + 3 red felt balls for children aged 5-7 years.

 


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The Roland Garros racket range in detail

 

Click to Buy the Babolat Pure Aero Roland Garros at TennisNuts.com


 

Click to Buy the Babolat Pure Aero Lite Roland Garros at TennisNuts.com


 

Click to Buy the Babolat Pure Aero JR 26 Roland Garros at TennisNuts.com


 

Click to Buy the Babolat Pure Drive Team Limited at TennisNuts.com


 

Click to Buy the Babolat Boost Limited at TennisNuts.com


 

Click to Buy the Babolat Kit Roland Garros JR 25


 

Click to Buy the Babolat Kit Roland Garros JR 21

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The Babolat Roland Garros range of bags, balls and accessories

The attention to detail and focus on the customer at Babolat doesn’t stop with the extensive Roland Garros rackets range, they’ve also designed and produced a stunning selection of high quality tennis bags, tennis balls and plenty of accessories to keep the keen player or the armchair fan happy during this Summer’s ‘tennis-fest’!

 

Roland Garros tennis bags

 

Click to Buy the Babolat Racket Holder X12 Roland Garros at TennisNuts.com


 

Click to Buy the Babolat RH Expandable X4-X10 Roland Garros at TennisNuts.com


 

Click to Buy the Babolat Backpack Club Roland Garros at TennisNuts.com


Roland Garros tennis balls and accessories

Click to Buy the Babolat Roland Garros balls and accessories at TennisNuts.com

 

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