The third generation Babolat Pure Strike tennis racket is now here, a racket specifically designed to deliver the very best control, with an unrivalled feel for attacking performance player who likes to attack their shots with full confidence.
With their crisp white finish, these racquets look stylish and really stand out as they are different to any other on the market. A new sharp control that combines exceptional feel and dynamic control.
The Pure Strike is the tennis racket of choice of Dominic Thiem, he says " My new Pure Strike gives me control and confidence when I hit hard, the kind of feeling that makes a real difference on court."
Babolat Pure Strike 100 tennis racket 2020 version is the ideal racquet for the advanced player looking for the ideal balance between response and precision but want the slightly bigger head compared to the Pure Strike 16x19, the bigger sweetspot and the slightly lighter weight at 300g. This updated model, gives unrivalled control with exceptional feel , along with great spin potential.
The secret to its incredible control in the new model is the Control Frame technology. This combines the stability of a square beam frame with the dynamism of a regular elliptic structure.
The secret to its incredible feel is the C2 Pure Feel technology. This is powered by SMAC, the latest pure feel technology, a cutting edge vibration filtration lay-up system that brings a pure feel on every shot.
We offer a straightforward delivery & returns policy.
2-4 working days
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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Unused goods, along with all original packaging and any labels within 14 days (28 days during December) of receipt for a full refund or exchange.
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