What could be better than a Wilson Rush Pro? A Rush Pro 2.0 of course!
Two years ago, Wilson released the first Rush Pro and put themselves back on the map for serious performance tennis shoes. Their top of the line offering featured a fast, low to the ground feel, loads of comfort and cushioning with more than enough support and stability for even the most aggressive movers.
For starters, they are very comfortable right out of the box. Similar to their Rafael Nadal-inspired big brother shoe, the Lunar Ballistec, the soft, plush cushioning is very noticeable as soon as you slip them on. They feel light and fast, and they won’t slow you down when you’re chasing down that pesky drop shot.
It’s no secret around here that my favorite racquet brand is Babolat (I’ve been playing with some form of the Babolat Pure Drive since 2001). So when we got the new Pure Strikes in, I couldn’t contain my eagerness (to say the least) to get one of the new Babolat Pure Strikes in my hand and on the court! The racquets sat patiently behind me for a week, unstrung…taunting me with its bright pops of flourescent red and black matte paint…until finally, they were strung up and ready to go!
Where Babolat already has the power game dialed in with their Pure Drive Series, and then the spin-monster with the AeroPro Drive family of racquets – the name of the game is crisp control with the new line ofPure Strikes.