Nearly Half Of Rafael Nadal’s Forehands Were Hit In the Middle Of His Racquet
by Tom Gainey | February 6th, 2015, 9:00 am
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Rafael Nadal has a new data-driven Babolat PLAY racquet which he used at the Australian Open. The racquet records strokes, ball impact and much more. And today Nadal released some of the data from his win in Australian over Kevin Anderson:

“Taking time to analyze ‪#‎AusOpen‬ data with Babolat PLAY preparing the next challenges. ‪#‎connectedtennis‬”, Nadal wrote on facebook.

Nadal is preparing for his South American clay tour which begins in Rio in a few weeks.


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3 Comments for Nearly Half Of Rafael Nadal’s Forehands Were Hit In the Middle Of His Racquet

RZ Says:

I shudder to think of what the stats would say for me if I used Babolat Play. I am the queen of mis-hits.


senorita Says:

I hope this helps him to improve his style and if he keeps healthy he should do well this year.


Humble Rafa Says:

I would love to see how the Arrogant One’s backhand drive fare with this. I say 10% off the middle of the racquet max.

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