Babolat becomes the official stringer of the Wimbledon Championships

Babolat becomes the official stringer of the Wimbledon Championships

During Wimbledon, the stringing service will be staffed by an international team of stringing experts who will prepare ATP and WTA players’ rackets with all the care and meticulousness required by their specifications.

(1-7-2022). Babolat has become the official stringer of the Wimbledon Championships throughout the year. The two brands have built a long relationship and now the official Babolat Wimbledon merchandise collection will inspire current players and future champions of the sport.

Babolat and Wimbledon, two brands that write the history of tennis since its inception, today announce a new collaboration that strengthens their long relationship. Following a successful ten-year license agreement, Babolat now becomes the official stringer of the Championships, in an initiative that reflects their shared commitment to deliver excellence to Wimbledon competitors. Babolat becomes the official brand of tennis rackets, strings, bags and shoes to share the Championship experience with fans throughout the year.

The Babolat brand invented tennis strings in 1875 in France, just a year after the rules of the sport were established in England. After almost 150 years of offering innovative tennis equipment, the brand insists on the importance of strings for the success of the player: the strings represent 50% of the performance of the racket, and the racket itself represents the remaining 50%. This interaction between the racket and the strings allows players to perform at their best. Babolat is also aware of the need to correctly string rackets according to the needs of the players.

During Wimbledon, the stringing service will be staffed by an international team of stringing experts who will prepare ATP and WTA players’ rackets with all the care and meticulousness required by their specifications.

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Eric Babolat, President of Babolat, underlined the value of this collaboration: “We are writing an exciting new chapter in our common history. By supporting the Championship with our racket knowledge, we will enhance the on-court experience for top competitors. In addition, we have a fantastic opportunity to grow the game together with current players and the next generation of champions, sharing the energy of this special tournament and helping fans to live the experience through exclusive products.”

Gus Henderson, Commercial Director of The All England Lawn Tennis Club, said: “We are delighted to welcome Babolat as an Official Partner of the Championships after a ten-year relationship. Providing Wimbledon players with good racket service is paramount to a successful event. We fully trust the ability of the Babolat team to rise to the occasion of this new mission. Thanks to this collaboration, Wimbledon fans will be able to wear the Babolat products available in the Wimbledon store throughout the year.”

The official range of products

As the official partner of the Championship, Babolat designs the official tennis rackets, bags and shoes of the event: a limited edition to bring a piece of the Grand Slam atmosphere to all fans around the world. Several Babolat champions will be wearing a wide variety of Babolat Wimbledon products on court.

In 2022, Babolat proposes a wide range of rackets available in adult and junior models, such as the Pure Drive Team Wimbledon with its spectacular design that combines vintage elegance and modernity with its touches of gold and dark green and its leather grip. The ball boys and girls will wear the official Babolat Wimbledon shoes, specially adapted to the grass of the courts of this tournament.


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