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Tennis Racquet Review: Babolat Drive G Range

April 27th, 2019 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Racquet Reviews

The Babolat Game Series of tennis racquets have been engineered for beginner to intermediate level tennis players. While this series offers the same graphite frame as a performance racquet, it is more cost-friendly; a perfect option to practice and play with while honing and refining your skills. There are many options when it comes to this pre-strung series, here is our Babolat Drive G review of all the possibilities.

Babolat Aero G Tennis Racquet

The Aero G tennis racquet has a 100% graphite frame just like the top-selling performance tennis racquets, but at a much lower price point. It also offers the same Aeromodular3 and Woofer technologies as the Babolat Pure Aero, endorsed by Rafael Nadal. Ideal frame for beginner to intermediate players with long, fast strokes.

Babolat G Strike Tennis Racquet

This Babolat tennis racquet also offers the 100% graphite frame that you would expect from a performance racquet as well as a Hybrid Frame Construction and Woofer technologies used in the Babolat Pure Strike currently used by Dominic Thiem. Ideal frame for beginner to intermediate players with long, fast strokes with power.

Babolat Drive G & Babolat Drive G 115 Tennis Racquets

These Babolat Drive G tennis racquets again come with the 100% graphite frame, Elliptic Geometry, Woofer, and Cortex Dampening technologies. These are the same technologies that you will find in the brand new Babolat Pure Drive VS. All of these mechanisms work together to create extra power with less shock and vibration. Babolat Drive G is the ideal frame for players with medium to medium-fast strokes. The G 115 is ideal for doubles players with compact to medium length strokes.

Babolat Drive G Lite Tennis Racquet

This is the perfect, ultra-lightweight racquet that creates power and aids in maneuverability. Engineered with the Cortex and Woofer System technologies, this racquet offers both comfort and feel for the player. This racquet also comes in a Wimbledon edition! Idea for doubles players and those enjoy volleys.

Babolat Boost Drive and Babolat Boost Aero Tennis Racquets

Both racquets have the same Woofer technology as the Babolat performance racquets with pully and piston functions. This gives more power with less shock and vibration. Both frames are also 100% graphite, giving them a light weight of 9.8 ounces strung. The price tag on both of these racquets is just under $100, giving players the perfect racquet for their skill level with the same technology as more expensive racquets without breaking the bank. The Boost Aero is ideal for beginner to recreational players with long, fast strokes. The Boost Drive is ideal for the same range of players with medium strokes.


If you consider yourself a beginner to intermediate or recreational tennis player, then you will definitely want to check out this line of Babolat tennis racquets. While practicing, you need a tennis racquet that will help refine your skill set and help you to reach the next level of play. These tennis racquets do just that at a fraction of the cost and with the same technologies used in the Babolat performance racquets used by the pros.

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