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i played 2 years with Babolat Aeropro Drive GT and really it's the cause of my tenniselbow, i tried with lot of type of strings with different tension. i must change it and now i try to find a confortable racquet with a good power and spin.
Have to agree with the evaluation submitted by Thomas on the Babolat Aeropro Drive GT. Very light frame which in itself is not good for the elbow as there is less mass to absorb shock. I started using this frame 4 years ago. In 2013 I developed a serious case of tennis elbow. Backhands (I one arm it)and serves caused the most pain. I was given the medical option of surgery or cortisone shots. I opted to quit tennis and focus on golf. I cannot say beyond a shadow of a doubt that it was the racquet, after all, I am getting up there in age (54). I am itching to get back to tennis and am taking the advice found here.
I had to include a review about this racquet, because I have heard more complaints about arm problems from players that have used this racquet than any racquet. It is a very stiff racquet and bad for your arm. If you are very strong with perfect form like Nadal you may be able to avoid problems for a while, but even Nadal may still develop problems from this racquet.
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