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Description

After dominating the string and racquet markets, Babolat has decided to venture into another area with the French Open All Court Tennis Ball. This high performance product celebrates the partnership between Babolat and Roland Garros, where Babolat will be the official ball through 2015. Be sure to note that this ball is listed as an all court ball, and no distinction is made between extra duty and regular duty.

Approved by USTA as of February 2012

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Florida
August 2011
Babolat French Open Tennis balls
4.66666666667/5
At first, the balls seemed heavy and difficult to hit but after a few strokes you figured it out. The ball has a significant spring off of your racquet compared to traditional Wilson or Penn balls. I received mixed comments from other players when we played with the Babolat balls but then again anything new always receives greater scrutiny and apprehension. In summary, they are solid balls, slightly more expensive than most but definitely worth a try.


Illinois
September 2011
Tennis Balls
4.66666666667/5
The Roland Garros logo on these balls sets them apart from what you would typically encounter on the court. This is a durable, lively ball with plenty of bounce on a hard surface.

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BABOLAT

French Open All Court Roland Garros Tennis Ball Case

$79.95#B501042CS Due to the size/weight of this item, shipping is $10.95 ground within Contiguous US.

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  • Description
  • Customer Reviews
  • Tennis Express Reviews
  • Specs
Description

After dominating the string and racquet markets, Babolat has decided to venture into another area with the French Open All Court Tennis Ball. This high performance product celebrates the partnership between Babolat and Roland Garros, where Babolat will be the official ball through 2015. Be sure to note that this ball is listed as an all court ball, and no distinction is made between extra duty and regular duty.

Approved by USTA as of February 2012

Customer Reviews
Tennis Express Reviews


Florida
August 2011
Babolat French Open Tennis balls
4.66666666667/5
At first, the balls seemed heavy and difficult to hit but after a few strokes you figured it out. The ball has a significant spring off of your racquet compared to traditional Wilson or Penn balls. I received mixed comments from other players when we played with the Babolat balls but then again anything new always receives greater scrutiny and apprehension. In summary, they are solid balls, slightly more expensive than most but definitely worth a try.


Illinois
September 2011
Tennis Balls
4.66666666667/5
The Roland Garros logo on these balls sets them apart from what you would typically encounter on the court. This is a durable, lively ball with plenty of bounce on a hard surface.

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No Specs Available.

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