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Babolat Junior Aero 26 Tennis Racket .  A graphite composite ‘FUSED’ racket – thanks to its graphite throat and aluminium head.  Aimed at intermediate, and developing junior players – who will also appreciate the design inspired by Rafael Nadal’s Pure Aero!

The Aero 26 Junior Tennis Racket, is made with a Graphite COMPOSITE which is lightweight, comfortable and durable. It is ideal for junior competitors aged 10 / 11 years looking for a racket that combines power with optimal spin. With 100sq inch head size which will also help make a junior player’s transition onto full size rackets much easier.

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It’s important to find the right size racket for your child – as a guideline it is aimed at youngsters between 8-10 years old, who are playing with mini orange balls (bear in mind children develop differently and in our Farnham store we have special Babolat height chart that identifies exactly what size of racket is correct – alongside our staff observing how strong, or tall, a child might be for their age).

Product Features:

  • Composition: Graphite and Aluminium
  • Weight: 250 g
  • Head size: 645 cm2 / 100 sq. in.
  • Balance point: 330 mm
  • Length: 660 mm / 26 in.
  • String Pattern:  16 x 20
  • Supplied with full length racket cover.

PURE RACKET SPORT specialise in only racket sports and have a large range of all you will need for your Tennis.  We are on hand to give advice and guidance about which model might be best whatever their level, and show you how the technology can help and improve their playing experience.  Open 7 days a week we have a Hitting Room with can give juniors the space they need to swing the racket ….

BABOLAT was founded in 1875 in Lyon, France, and is the oldest racket sports company in the world.  Its originator, Pierre Babolat, invented the first racket strings – made of natural gut, and 1925 Rene Lacoste won the French Open using a tennis racket strung with Babolat strings.  Since then Babolat strings have won at least one Grand Slam title every year. In 1994 the company diversified from strings and introduced its first tennis racket.  Babolat has continued to build its reputation by offering products at the forefront of technology and by supplying equipment to generations of champions who have won the most prestigious competitions.

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