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"Babolat Play & Connect" - Worldwide Exclusive Event at the French Open
Date:5/25/2012

tion of the session, the length of play and the intensity of play will also be available. The range of possible data collection is very large.
  • IMPROVE: Players can set goals, follow and compare data daily, weekly and monthly. The raw data and data points are a new source of information for coaches or instructors and also for players who will be able to analyze their game. Further developments could include: storing the best results and performances (for staying motivated!), receiving tips from a coach or having advice about equipment, etc.
  • SHARE: The advantage of having a connected racquet is that players can post data on a social network either for challenging their own performance, playing just for fun or for sharing information with friends and other players. There is a whole online community that will be able to show, challenge, advise and compare themselves to others within the community and even to the pro players of Team Babolat.

  • "In 2004, Babolat developed the Aeropro Drive racquet specifically for the type of game I play. The Babolat Play & Connect racquet is a tremendous tool. Having this new technology to capture information from my matches will mean a new way of analyzing my game." - Rafael Nadal (SPA)

    For its technological partner, Babolat has chosen Movea, leader in capturing and analyzing movements. The primary objective was to create a racquet identical to a standard model, with no change to the sensations during play. The racquet handle is equipped with sensors that record the flow of data. Once the training session or match is over, players can transfer and read the captured information on a computer, tablet or smartphone with a wireless connection or USB.

    For Babolat, tennis courts around the world-in amateur clubs as well as at the French Open-offer the best laboratories for testing the products of tomorrow. Babolat proposes products that respond to
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