Enjoying the self-improvement challenge of tennis? Check out the EVO Drive. Whether you want to have fun with friends or want to see how far you can take your game (why not both?!), this affordable performance racquet provides easy power and comfort as you enjoy tennis and reach your full potential.
If you want easy power and comfort but prefer a heavier racquet for increased stability, you’ll enjoy the EVO Drive Tour.
You are asking for some power to support your game but, from the study we made, what you truly mean is a forgiving yet responsive racquet that will help you generate the extra power you are seeking. Thanks to its new lay-up, 16/19 string pattern and its 102 sq. in. headsize, you will be able to hit powerful strokes as never before.
You can’t stand vibrations in your arm or an unpleasant sound when you hit the ball? Problem solved! We want you to experience this new softer feel on every shot this racquet provides thanks to its SWX EVO Feel technology, a thin layer of high damping viscoelastic material that absorbs vibrations and shock at impact.
SWX EVO FEEL
Used in the aerospace industry, the advanced SMAC technology with increased dampening properties is located in three key areas of the racquet and provides amazing comfort on every shot.
Elliptical frame structure with optimal resistance and overall rigidity for phenomenal power.
The first and most effective frame-string interaction system that provides a longer ball and string contact time for greater control and comfort.
- Head size: 660 cm²
- Length: 685 mm
- Weight (unstrung): 285 g +/- 7g
- Balance (unstrung): 320 mm +/- 7mm
- Swing weight: 290
- Stringing Pattern: 16/19
- Stiffness (RA): 70
- Section: 23-26-23
- Composition: Graphite
- Recommended string: Xcel/AddiXion
- Tension Recommended: 23-25 Kg
- Recommended grip: Syntec Evo
- Strung / Unstrung: Strung
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Babolat Evo drive TourBy: Greggon 19 August 2022I’ve recently purchased this racquet and admittedly only used it once, but I’m happy with the purchase. After returning to tennis after a long lay off, I read a lot about older players buying racquets that were too heavy and subsequently being injured. I initially purchased a Babolat Boost Drive and whilst a nice racquet, I found myself being overpowered on occasion. The extra weight of the Evo Drive has already made a difference in power for me.