Pure Drive Roddick

Tags: racquet

Gear Review

At 11.5 ounces, the Pure Drive Roddick is about a half-ounce heavier than the original and almost identical in weight to what Andy Roddick uses. That gives you the first clue about this frame—it’s for advanced players who have the muscle to move it through the contact zone. Pure Drive fans will notice how the extra weight keeps the frame from buckling under pressure, particularly on volleys and returns. The Pure Drive Roddick, which also comes in an extra-long model, excels at helping players hit a heavy ball with pace and spin. Plus, because it’s stable, it delivers more control off the ground. There’s also a new vibration-filtering technology, the Cortex System, just above the handle that’s designed to reduce bad vibes without deadening the frame’s feel. (Note: The original Pure Drive is also available with or without the Cortex System.)

Info & Specs

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Length:27.0 in

Head Size:100.0 sq in

String Weight:11.5 oz

String Balance:5/8 in. head light

Swing Weight:Unknown

String Pattern:Unknown


Suitable NTRP:4.5 - 7

Beam Width:Unknown