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Babolat

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Industry  Sports equipment
CEO  Eric Babolat (1998–)
Revenue  1.412 billion EUR (2014)
Motto  Tennis runs in our blood
Website  http://www.babolat.com
Headquarters  Lyon, France
Founded  1875
Number of employees  360
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Products  Racquets, strings, accessories and shoes.
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Babolat /ˈbɑːblɑː/ is a French tennis, badminton, and squash equipment company, headquatered in Lyon, best known for its strings and tennis racquets which are used by several top players. The company has made strings since 1875, when Pierre Babolat created the first strings made of natural gut. Babolat continued to focus on strings until 1994, when it became a "total tennis" company, producing also racquet frames and selling them in Europe. It then expanded sales to Japan, and later to the USA in 2000. Sales of Babolat racquets increased rapidly in North America and Europe. Babolat is also a pioneer in connected sport technology and launched a connected tennis racket in 2014 and a connected wrist-worn tennis wearable with PIQ in 2015.

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Male players
  • Rafael Nadal uses a Babolat AeroPro Drive GT (2013) strung with Babolat RPM Blast (Babolat Duralast 15L strings before 2010)
  • Andy Roddick retired, previously used a Babolat Pure Drive Roddick GT ++
  • Jo-Wilfried Tsonga uses a Babolat AeroPro Drive GT (2013)
  • Máximo González
  • Mariano Puerta
  • Fernando González
  • Carlos Moyá retired, previously used a Babolat Pure Drive
  • Komlavi Loglo
  • Sebastián Decoud
  • Juan Ignacio Chela
  • Igor Andreev uses an Babolat Pure Drive
  • Julien Benneteau
  • Female players

    References

    Babolat Wikipedia


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