Babolat equips the biggest champions, just like world #2 Rafael Nadal (SPA), Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA), Dominic Thiem (AUT), Garbiñe Muguruza (SPA), Caroline Wozniacki (DEN)…
Present at the most prestigious tournaments in the world, Team Babolat are veritable ambassadors for the brand’s values through their game and their personality. Their exchanges and collaboration with the brand is a a top performance laboratory to create and test innovative products.
Alongside the international stars, Babolat also equips the champions of tomorrow: Felix Auger-Aliassime (CAN), CiCi Bellis (USA)… and former top players Ambassadors Li Na and Kim Clijsters.
Carlos MOYA (SPA)
1998: 1st Grand Slam victory for Carlos Moya
and his Babolat Pure Drive.
Ranked #1 in the world in 1999 !
Kim CLIJSTERS (BEL)
3 Grand Slams,
2 times world #1,
1 racket: Babolat Pure Drive
Andy RODDICK (USA)
#1 in the world in 2003 after his US Open victory.
World record for fastest serve at 155 mph.
In 2005, first top player to wear Babolat shoes.
Samantha STOSUR (AUS)
Samantha Stosur prevails over Serena Williams
in the final of the 2011 Open.
Li NA (CHN)
Li Na dominates at the 2011 French Open and
the 2014 Australian Open, then climbs to world #2.
China’s first world tennis is born!
Rafael NADAL (SPA)
When Rafael Nadal chooses tennis over football, he picks up his first Babolat racket. Together, Rafa and Babolat have achieved wild succes !
2017 Roland Garros: Rafael Nadal becomes the first player of the Open era to conquer 10 times the same Grand Slam, so confering his ascendancy on his favorite playground, the Clay Surface.
2018: Rafael Nadal defends his title at Roland-Garros with a special edition racket: the Pure Aero Decima.
Designed for fans of tennis, of Rafael Nadal and of Roland-Garros, the Pure Aero Decima racket is the ultimate symbol of passion for tennis, performance at the highest level and victory.
2019: 12th victory of Nadal at Roland-Garros.
18 Grand Slams, 82 ATP titles; 3 Davis Cup victories to date.
The next generation
Félix AUGER-ALIASSIME (CAN)
Becomes in 2015 the youngest player ranked among
the top 800 ATP world players and the first player
born in the 2000s to have a world ranking.
He wins the US Open Junior.
Today he is #21 ATP Ranking.
Amanda ANISIMOVA (USA)
At just 15 years old, she reaches the finals in girls Simples
at Roland-Garros, and grabs the US Open Junior title in 2017.
After reaching the final at Roland-Garros in 2019,
she is today #26 WTA Ranking.