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Which Brand Has the Best Racquet?

Which Brand Has the Best Racquet?

Which Brand Has the Best Racquet?

In 2018, the ATP circuit has hosted a total of 42 tournaments through July. Here at Boston Ski + Tennis, we wanted to know which racquet and which brand has won the most ATP Titles. There are four levels of tournaments in the ATP circuit:

 

  • 250’s,
  • 500’s,
  • 1000’s and
  • Grand Slams.

 

Let’s explore which racquet and brands have won the most tournaments!

 

The Racquet With The Most Tournament Wins

Just by guessing, we thought we would see either a Babolat or a Wilson racquet be the most triumphant since they are the most used brands in the circuit. Guess what, we were right! The racquets with the most trophies, so far, are the Babolat Pure Aero (6) and the Wilson Pro Staff (6). Did you know these are the racquets that Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer use, respectively?

 

So the most winning racquets in this first half of the year are the two obvious ones, but which racquets complete the podium? Here is a breakdown and a ranking by brand:

 

Wilson (14 wins)

Pro Staff: 6 wins
Burn: 3 wins
Ultra: 3 wins
Blade: 2 wins

 

Babolat (11 wins)

Pure Aero: 6 wins
Pure Drive: 3 wins
Pure Strike: 2 wins

Head (8 wins)

Speed: 4 wins
Prestige: 2 wins
Radical: 1 win
Extreme: 1 win

 

Prince (3 wins)

03 Tour: 1 win
Textreme: 1 win
Beast: 1 win

Prince (3 wins)

03 Tour: 1 win
Textreme: 1 win
Beast: 1 win

 

 

Dunlop (1 win) 

Revo: 1 win

Tecnifibre 1 win

TFight 305: 1 win

 

If you total all of these wins up by brand, our overall winner is definitely team Wilson. Their champions in 2018 include Gael Monfils, Roberto Bautista Agut, Roger Federer, Mirza Basic, Ronerto Carballes Boena, Karen Khachanov, Juan Martin Del Potro, Joao Sousa, Borna Coric, and Damir Dzumhur.

 

Check out our featured racquet reviews below:

 

 

 

Boston Ski + Tennis is a proud retailer of these brands, and we are ready to get you set-up with your winning racquet.  Come in today!

 

Kristin
kristin.m.vick@gmail.com

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