American world No.40 Danielle Collins officially teamed up with Babolat racquet manufacturer ahead of the Miami Open.
The 27-year-old Collins plays with the Babolat Pure Aero Plus tennis racquet, as she appreciates the power and spin it provides. The Pure Aero Plus model is recommended in Tennis Warehouse’s best tennis racquets list of 2021, in the power and spin racquet category for advanced players.
Seth McKinley, Babolat Global Sports Marketing Tennis Manager, is glad to officially welcome Collins into the Babolat family:
We are delighted to partner with Danielle Collins. Her hard work and determination have led her to an amazing college career, and she has continued to impress on the WTA Tour. Danielle has so much passion for the game and together we hope that we can achieve even greater success.
A run to the semifinals of the 2019 Australian Open was Collins’ Grand Slam breakthrough. Earlier this year, Collins recorded her first ever victory over a top-ranked player, stunning Ashleigh Barty in the second round of the Adelaide International. Right now, Collins is at the Miami Open, where she’s awaiting her first-round match against Kristina Mladenovic.
Created in 1875, in Lyon, France, Babolat is the longest-running international company specialized in racquet sports. Pioneer of innovation, Babolat invented strings for tennis in 1875. Today, Babolat is No.1* in tennis racquet sales in Europe and Japan and No.2 in the United States (*in value). Family-run for five generations, Babolat is an innovative brand providing complete equipment for those who love racquet sports.