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    Babolat AeroPro Drive Cortex

    Hello, I was just wondering if anyone has used the Babolat AeroPro Drive Cortex and what you think of it.

    I currently have a Wilson k six one-lite which feels much to light for me now. (i used to think the lighter the racket the better it was.)

    But after i went on a trip for a month and my string broke, i found myself using an old wilson racket as a replacement and now id prefer a heavier one.

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    I use the Aero Drive.
    It's a very good racket.. one of the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeFaB View Post
    Hello, I was just wondering if anyone has used the Babolat AeroPro Drive Cortex and what you think of it.

    I currently have a Wilson k six one-lite which feels much to light for me now. (i used to think the lighter the racket the better it was.)

    But after i went on a trip for a month and my string broke, i found myself using an old wilson racket as a replacement and now id prefer a heavier one.
    If you like racquets with any flexibility, you won't like the Babolats. I entertained a sponsorship from them back in 2005 and tried everything they had and I could not get a feel for their racquets at all. I turned the sponsorship down. Just upgrade to the heavier version of your racquet or lead tape it. I use a discontinued racquet from Volkl as I can't find anything that comes close to it being made now. I have no problem with getting sponsorships, but I refuse to use something that I don't like. I personally recommend Volkl afer hitting with everything out there, but Wilson makes a great racquet as well. If you like a thinner beamed hardcore players racquet, Volkl is definitely the top dog in my opinion. They still make racquets with 19 and 20 mm beams unlike most companies who have gone to the thicker racquets.

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    thanks.

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