Babolat's technologically advanced "Play & Connect" racquet made its debut at the French Open yesterday.
It is said that the tennis racquet stuffed with electronic sensors is capable of tracking a player's every slice, spin and smash.
According to Reuters, Babolat's aim is to appeal also to non-professional players, who will be able to upload data to an online application and track their performance to improve their game.
However beware because the racquet could potentially burn a hole in your pocket as it costs about 250 euros. It will be available for sale in 2013.
(Image via Babolat and Rafael Nadal's Facebook pages)