Wilson Burn FST 95

This is the last in our series of reviews for the Burn line of Wilson racquets. At just under 12 ounces (ours was 11.96 oz/339g) this model is the heaviest of the Burn family and has a real solid feel with enough mass to generate some serious power. The swingweight is right up there at [see more]

Wilson Burn FST 99

The FST 99 is the perfect racquet for the right driver. In other words, if you’ve got the talent to wield it you can do some pretty serious damage with this racquet. This one comes equipped with some unique and interesting features including Wilson’s FST technology which combines an aerodynamic beam with a very HL [see more]

Wilson Burn 100 LS

Wilson has several different models of the Burn frame and this one, as the name implies, is the Light Spin version, thus the LS designation. If you needed to go lighter you could check out the Burn ULS or Ultra Light Spin which weighs even less than the LS model. The main difference in the [see more]

Wilson Burn 100

This is the weapon of choice for Kei Nishikori and with good reason. The racquet has a very nice mix of power and precision and our model. which came in at 11.15 oz/316g strung with Luxilon 4G 1.25, has the heft to deliver plenty of depth on ground strokes. Our model measured a near even [see more]

Babolat Pure Aero Tour

As any knowledgeable tech might expect, the Pure Aero Tour packs the most punch in the entire line. Our model weighed in at just under 12 ounces at 11.75 oz/333g so what many express as “plow through” is certainly present in this model. It’s head light at 6.58 so maneuverability is not lost on volleys [see more]

Babolat Pure Aero Plus

Continuing with the new and updated Pure Aero line is the plus model. Noticeable variations from the standard model are as follows: The longer version is 27.5 inches long as opposed to the standard 27 inch model Weight is just slightly more than the standard Pure Aero (11.25 oz/319g) compared to 11.18/317 for standard model [see more]

Babolat Pure Aero Team

Babolat has obviously made some big changes when they decided to take their popular Aero Pro and give it a make-over. The new version is the Pure Aero and this particular model is the Team version. If you’re not already aware, anytime you see that word “Team” attached to a racquet model you can be [see more]

Babolat Pure Aero Lite

Over the past several years, two of the most popular racquets on the market have been the Babolat Pure Drive and the Aero Pro. So, if you’re Babolat and you’re looking to offer something new to the market what do you do? Enter the Babolat Pure Aero, Babolat’s replacement for the Aero Pro Drive. The [see more]

Babolat Pure Aero

Over the past several years, two of the most popular racquets on the market have been the Babolat Pure Drive and the Aero Pro. So, if you’re Babolat and you’re looking to offer something new to the market what do you do? Enter the Babolat Pure Aero, Babolat’s replacement for the Aero Pro Drive. The [see more]

New Babolat Pure Aero reviews coming soon

I’ve just received all 5 of the Babolat Pure Aero frames for review and wanted to offer some preliminary information. There has been some talk (controversy?) about the stringing of these racquets so let me start off by clearing that up. There is nothing I have seen yet that would lead me to believe there [see more]