Babolat Aero Junior 26" Tennis Racket

  • £44.99
  • (Delivery from £3.99)
  • RRP £55.00
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Babolat Aero Junior 26" Tennis Racket 2017

These new Babolat Junior Tennis Rackets, the Aero Junior 26" 2017 tennis racket is a graphite composite racquet that allows junior players to reap the benefits of graphite in their rackets at affordable prices. 

  • Weight: 250g
  • Head Size: 100 sq in
  • Balance Point: 310mm
  • Length: 26"
  • Composition: Graphite Composite
  • String Pattern: 16x19
  • Full cover included with the Babolat Aero Junior 26" tennis racquet
  • Grip: 00



From the Babolat Junior tennis racket range. The Aero Junior 26 is just 1" shorter than a full size racket.  It is a graphite composite racket so players can enjoy the benefits of having graphite in their rackets, yet cheaper than the 100% full graphite rackets.  Ideal for juniors that would like a better quality racket than the pure aluminium ones but don't want to spend the higher amounts on full graphite.


This would suit children between 8 to 13 years old but will depend on their height.

Babolat Junior Tennis Rackets Key Features:

  • 26" Graphite Composite Racquet
  • New design to look like Rafa Nadal's racket, the Pure Aero.
  • Lightweight

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Orders under £50 - £3.99 standard delivery

Orders £50 or over - FREE standard delivery

Any order for NEXT DAY DELIVERY (placed before 12pm) - £5.99

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