As the name indicates the Pure Storm Tour GT is perfect for advanced players and even pro players. This is a highly versatile racquet with specs located in the middle to upper end of what ATP players are looking for in a good racquet. The weight is 12.1 ounces and a swingweight of 333 is going to generate some solid groundstrokes for players with high racquet speed. The racquet is 6 points head light and has a stiffness rating of 64. This puts the focus on control and maneuverability.
Players approaching the net have an easy time producing deep and consistent volley due to the 6 points head light racquet and the maneuverability that Pure Storm Tour GT gives you. It also have the stability to peform at the net and that is further enhanced by the GT technology that places tungsten at 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock, which blends in with the graphite frame for enhanced stability. This is not only evident at the net, but also groundstrokes and serves benefits from this technology. Advanced players looking for Babolat racquets, but finding the stiffness to much in the Aero and Pure series may like what they see in Pure Storm Tour GT where stiffness is classified at 64. This is roughly in the middle of the range for racquets today, which is often between 59 and 72.