Querrey Sees Future with Babolat

February 15, 2012

Lyon, France — Babolat, leading manufacturer of tennis products, today announces Sam Querrey has chosen to use Babolat racquets for the next three years. Querrey, currently ranked No. 85 on the ATP Tour, became the first player to win a challenger event in his pro debut in 2006. Known by fans as “The Samurai,” Querrey possesses a powerful serve.


Originally from San Francisco, California, Querrey now lives in Las Vegas, Nevada. The 24-year-old has signed an international agreement with Babolat that assures he will be equipped with innovative Babolat tennis products through 2015. In addition to advancing his career on the tennis court, Querrey plays in tournaments to raise money for Boys and Girls Clubs of America. Seth McKinley, Babolat International Sports Marketing Manager, commented, “Sam is a natural fit for Team Babolat. Not only is he a remarkable talent, but he is also the type of well-rounded, well-respected individual we seek to represent the Babolat brand.”

“I am thrilled to be part of the Babolat team,” remarked Querrey. “I think with this racquet in my hand I can make a quick rise back to the top.”

Querrey will play with the AeroPro Drive GT Plus to steadily improve his game and advance his rankings. Querrey reached his career high ATP ranking of No. 17 in January 2011.

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Created in 1875, in Lyon, France, Babolat is the oldest international company specialized in tennis. Babolat is today number 1 in tennis racquet sales in the United States, France, Spain, Italy and in Japan. Family-run for five generations, Babolat is an expert and innovative brand in the tennis sector providing complete technical equipment for tennis players: racquets, strings, shoes, bags, apparel, accessories and balls. The brand provides strings and racquets for numerous tennis players including Rafael Nadal, Kim Clijsters, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Li Na and Andy Roddick (who also plays with Babolat shoes). Website: /