HomeThể ThaoBabolat Pure Strike 18×20 (3rd Generation 2019) Tennis Racquet Review Thể Thao Babolat Pure Strike 18×20 (3rd Generation 2019) Tennis Racquet Review By Githens Candace On October 9, 2019 24 Comments Tweet Pin It ➤Shop US: ➤Shop EUR: ➤Shop AUS: ➤Podcast: ➤YouTube: ➤ Facebook: ➤ Instagram: ➤ Twitter: ➤ Improve Your Game: #tenniswarehouse #babolat #purestrike Xem thêm các video Thể Thao khác: https://lionwin2888.org/the-thao Related Posts Vì sao Kobe hơn Lebron Theo dõi chúng mình trên/Follow us: ▻ FACEBOOK: ▻ INSTAGRAM: … October 14, 2019 1 min read Bóng bàn đôi nam easup 2 đội: khánh – trường và thanh – lan; tỷ … October 15, 2019 1 min read Bóng chuyền 3×3 Du, Cương, Duy Trần vs Khánh Khùng, Đản, Thạnh Bóng chuyền 3×3 Du, Cương, Duy Trần vs Khánh Khùng, … October 16, 2019 1 min read About The Author githenscandace 24 Comments Ptr Wo October 9, 2019 Reply This compared to vcore pro 97 330? Ceasar E. Salama October 9, 2019 Reply When is the pure strike tour review coming? Jules Katz October 9, 2019 Reply Does this come in a wooden version ? Matthew Kuk October 9, 2019 Reply once again lol play testers are not the best….. Michal Bayerl October 9, 2019 Reply I'm a playtester for one Czech sport e-shop and I playtested this racket during 6 real matches (tournament+team play event) and I felt in love with it. It's the best racket I playtested this year and man, what a year it was with all these great rackets like Wilson Clash, Head Gravity and Wilson Blade v7. This racket is for serious and experienced players with tournament abilities. If you don't have the power and technique, it will eat you alive. It's not as power demanding as Head Graphene 360 Speed Pro, but it's very similar to it, more comfortable and I really like it's swingweight and balance. It feels and plays like a 315 g racket but you don't feel that weight in your arm. I played 4 real matches in one day during a tournament and never felt exhausted by it's weight. Strung with Babolat RPM Blast 1,25 at 25/24 kg, this racket is phenomenal and definitely one of the best updates of this year. MIK October 9, 2019 Reply THIS or Head xtreme Pro 360 …i had a hit wih 360 that thing is like pure aero / head prestige / blade 98 all in one a real monster Abdo 07 October 9, 2019 Reply 🎾⚾🎾⚾🎾⚾🎾⚾🎾⚾🎾⚾ WiredDragon7429 October 9, 2019 Reply Im 15 but do you think that I could use the prostaff rf97 with luxilon alu power rough 52 ibs? Will it give me tennis elbow? I do not have any demo places around here WTF2Furby! October 9, 2019 Reply What strings would you recommend for this racquet? Chris M October 9, 2019 Reply Very poor choice of playtesters. 😐 samer hanna October 9, 2019 Reply With all due respect but Poor Choice of playtesters for a Racket with mentioned specs. Mohamed Mokhtar October 9, 2019 Reply TW I have waited for this review to come out but honestly I was surprised to see that almost all the play testers (with the exception of Julie) don't belong to the target market of this racquet (with all my deep respect to everyone in this review). I have been following all of your great reviews and one thing that I really appreciate is the match of the play testers profile to the racquet specs. The reviews always were spot one with very meaningful insights but imho this one is different. This racquet is endorsed by one of the strongest and most aggressive players on tour I would have loved to know Troy's, Michelle's, Eric's, Chris's take on this one. This review will live on your website at least for the coming 2 years and probably will be watched by many in the future even after the launch of newer versions of this racquet. Thanks thefridgeman October 9, 2019 Reply Strung weight 323 g and 330 cm balance? Lol, it will feel like a baseball bat with weights on its head.Mine is around 340 g and 310 cm strung. Many people that play with racquets under 300 g are amazed how "light" it feels in their hand.EDIT: it looks almost like a Yonex, with isometric shape. Miguel Pessanha October 9, 2019 Reply How did the SW got bumped 10 points from the previous version if the weight and balance are the same? DeeeFoo October 9, 2019 Reply Would you guys consider doing grip/overgrip reviews in this format? I feel like the grip on on a racquet is just as important as the racquet and strings, since they are the part of the racquet that you're actually touching. There's so many different kinds of grips and overgrips out there, so I think it makes for plenty of video material. wilsoch October 9, 2019 Reply How does this compare to the new Wilson Blade v7 18×20? The specs for the new generations of the Blade and PS lines seem awfully close. Alfando Savant October 9, 2019 Reply This is more like a pure strike tour of 1st generation pure strike (the red&black paint) than the usual pure strike 18×20 Asdga Dagacv October 9, 2019 Reply More power! I can finally serve thr ball to the moon Cruncho October 9, 2019 Reply POG TheGreenTamer October 9, 2019 Reply Fifth R/Y October 9, 2019 Reply This racquet is designed for strong and fast hitting players, it also needs very good technique to get this stick working… sweetspot is very small!!! MR DEM DEM October 9, 2019 Reply Third Justin Weise October 9, 2019 Reply Second Kalo October 9, 2019 Reply first Reply Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.