Babolat Boost D (Drive) Review – All you need to know

In the previous article, we talked about some of the good tennis rackets for beginners. In this article, we’ll be focusing on one specific tennis racket. If you’re a beginner or an intermediate tennis player and are looking for an ideal tennis racket, this article is for you. We’ve all been hearing about this racket. Why’s the hype? What makes it great? Is it really worth it? So, buckle up and fasten your seat belts. Because we’ll explain everything in detail as we review Babolat Boost D (Boost Drive) Tennis Racket.

Babolat Boost D (Boost Drive) Tennis Racket

Although this racket model was introduced in early 2018, still it doesn’t look it’s going to disappear anytime soon. This racket is best for beginners and intermediate players with ages up 10. Basically, it is a tennis racket for teenagers. Babolat Boost D (Drive) is over sized and full featured maneuverable. Very light weight, just according to what would a suit a teenager but still very solid feeling. It offers great control and spin. In addition, the string tension is just ideal to execute good lobs and drops. Along with this, the overall balance is pretty great. It is neither too much towards the head not towards the grip.

Reviewing the Features of Babolat Boost D (Drive)

Following features of Babolat Boost D (Drive) have to be included in its review

  • The racket has 105 sq. in. large head
  • It comes strung with 9.8 ounce string
  • Furthermore, It is strung with Babolat SpiralTex synthetic gut
  • Moreover, the racket is 27 inches long
  • 3 head heavy
  • 16 x 19 pattern
  • In addition to a racket, it comes with a cover, shoulder strap and is lightly padded for protection
  • Very easy to maneuver, great for baseline hitting and easy on pocket

If you’ve been playing with cheap rackets, this would be a great upgrade for you. It has a larger head. Moreover, not only is it light weight and offers great control, it is not that costly either. Perfect for beginners and intermediate players who don’t want to spend much on the racket. Also, it gives you great value for money.


Like every product, Babolat Boost D has its cons as well which must be included in its review. Firstly, it is not for adults. Secondly, minority of the customers complained for the frame being a little weak. For them, the frame broke while playing for a few months.

As for the rest of the customers, that make up about 90%, the racket works fine. So, there were no complaints from them.

Who is it for?

This racket is for beginners or intermediate players with ages above 10. This is a teenage racket. Do NOT mistake it for an adult racket. Although, people do like its strong feel. However, if you’re an adult who knows how to play, do not go for this racket. This is for young players who have just started playing or are slightly skilled at the game. Babolat Boost D is best to build up their game. But even when they grow up and improve their game, you need to move towards newer models. These would cost about $100 extra than this.

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FAQs about Babolat Boost D Review

Is the handle color black?

You can’t see the handle color without removing the grip. But yes, the grip is black.

Can I add a vibration dampener to this racket?

Yes, you can. Any vibration dampener can be added.

What is the weight of the racquet?

As mentioned the in the feature review section, the weight of Babolat Boost D is 278 g (strung) and 15 g (unstrung). This is extremely light weight and provides great maneuvering.

What is the racket material?

It has a carbon fiber frame. Moreover, it offer greater comfort using Woofer Grommet system.