When using the Babolat play racket
Can I use my Babolat Play racket in competition tennis?
Babolat Play is approved for competition tennis by the ITF (International Tennis Federation).
This approval will be active from January 1st 2014
Once I've used my racket and downloaded data, can I lend it to somebody else?
Babolat Play rackets can be used by multiple users. Every user must associate the racket before they play with their own profile after they've created an account. If there’s someone else data on the racket the application/software will ask you: - If you want to stop associating the racket and your account, and leave the data on the racket - If you want to erase the data and associate the racket with an other account.
Is there an auto shut off if the racket is on by mistake ?
Yes, your Babolat Play racket will shut off automatically after 10 minutes of no activity.
Will my racket warn me if the memory is full?
Yes, the memory warning happens at 95%, and you still have approximately 10 hours of play time left. Babolat Play memory will hold approximately 150 hours of playing time. A white light will flash instead of a blue light.
What happens if I drop my racket on the floor?
It is not advisable to drop your racket. However, Babolat team has carried out extensive testing to ensure the long term resistance of the racket. If you do drop your racket, the electronics embedded in the handle will withstand the shock and should carry on working.
What happens if I play whilst it's still raining?
The Babolat Play racket has been developped to be water resistant. It is however not a waterproof product. Playing in light rain is OK but not in heavy rain.
How is the playing time calculated?
The software recognizes that there are typical lengths of time between 2 shots in a rally. If the time between two shots is too long, the software will consider there is a new rally and will not count the time between these 2 rallies.
If I play doubles, will my endurance rating vary ?
Yes it will. Your playing time will be reduced.