With the Strike G, Babolat brings the outstanding play ability of the Strike franchise to recreational players, value hunters or any player that wants an affordable performance racket with a small learning curve. At 270 grams, this frame is not only suitable for those who are learning the game, but it should also work for the rising intermediate who wants an extremely fast swinging racket. It’s also a great transitional racket for the rising junior player who is ready to make the transition to an adult performance racket. Like other members of the Strike family this racket benefits from Woofer Technology, which enables the strings to absorb greater impact shock and transfer more power to the ball. This frame also has Babolat’s Hybrid Frame Technology which combines the power and stability of an elliptical frame construction with the control and feel of a square beam. The result is a versatile racket that transitions easily from aggressive power generation to controlled placement and touch. From the baseline, the Strike G is fast, crisp and accurate. The easy acceleration combined with the grippy 16×19 string pattern makes this the perfect racket for those who are looking to add more spin to their game. It’s also light enough for executing winners on the run or resetting the point with a quick flick to the back court. Finally, this raketst’s quick handling will also help boost your reaction time at net and on service returns. With the Strike G, Babolat delivers impressive performance to the improving player. The great price is a nice bonus.
|Head Size:102 in² / 658.06 cm²|
|Length:27in / 68.58cm|
|Strung Weight:10.1oz / 286g|
|Balance:13.38in / 33.99cm / 1 pts HL|
|Beam Width:23mm / 24.5mm / 23mm|
|Grip Type:Babolat Syntec Lite|
|String Tension:50-55 pounds|