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Babolat French Open Contact Tennis Racquet

$49.97 $69.99*
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Babolat French Open Contact Tennis Racquet - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Play like you're on the world's stage with the Babolat® French Open Contact tennis racquet. A great entry level racquet for players looking to get into the sport, the Babolat® French Open has a light and maneuverable frame that offers young athletes control. A yoke dampening system provides added comfort and feel. Swing your way to a championship with the Babolat® French Open Contact tennis racquet.
FEATURES:

  • Pre-strung racquet
  • Swing Type: Short + Compact
  • Entry-level tennis racquet
  • Features a special French Open cosmetic design
  • Light, maneuverable fused graphite frame offers control for young players
  • Dampening system in the racquet's yoke adds comfort and feel for young players
  • Head size: 105 sq. in
  • Weight: 9.7 oz
  • Model: 121143
  • Babolat
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 18502816

Customer Reviews:

Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good for its Price For $50 the racket is good you won't be able to find a better one for this price. But like if you drop the racket one time on the tennis court, there will be a slit scratch. Also the string of the racket is good so you won't be needed to rest ring it. I really recommend people to buy this racket if you are intermediate. June 10, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Terrible racquet! I purchased this racquet for my son mid August. By mid September, the frame was bent in two places. I exchanged the it for an identical one at Dick's only to have the same exact problem develop in the exact locations on the new racquet a week later. My son plays varsity high school tennis and is about average in talent, power & control....this racquet should have been able to get him through at least one season. September 24, 2013
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