Wilson K Zero Tennis Racquet
[K}onnector technology to provide additional power and sweetspot enhancement. Offering the second largest headsize in the K Factor line at 118 square inches, the K Zero delivers a surprising balance of power and control thanks to Wilson K Factor technology. A solid choice for a player looking for more power, an oversized sweetspot and lightweight feel.
- Headsize: 118 sq. in.
- Length: 27.50 in.
- Weight (strung): 9.20 oz.
- Stiffness (Babolat RDC): 71
- Balance: 14.40 in. Head Heavy
- Cross Section: 29mm Straight Beam
- Swingweight: 300 kg*sq. cm
- String Pattern: 16x19
- Grip: Wilson K Grip
- Wilson Stiffness Index: 1
- Overall Rating: 4.5 / 5.0
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I like the power and oversize head. Worst case, you don't move your feet and you just stick the racket out and it will get the ball back with pace. I have a flat first serve and it adds 10 mph easily.
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great racquet with very good control, especially with slice backhand, very light frame with good power, topspin friendly
A good doubles racquet. Large hitting surface and decent power.
When I first bought the racquet I was very skeptical because I was never sold on Wilson before. This Racquet sold me. I have a professional Prince and the K has just as much power, which is unusual for such a light racquet, but unbelievable accuracy. last week, durring the first set, i only missed 2 first serves and had the most aces i've ever had in my life!! Even though the price has been lowered, it plays like a $300.00 plus racquet! I love it!!!!!!!! :)
Great racket,but light weight...
One of my teammates was playing with this racket & I picked it up to hit with it, my first thought was this is light but stiff. I had been playing with a Prince all my life but every Prince I've owned has cracked.I'm not saying this Wilson won't crack but I'll try it & will let you know how it performed.
After my Wilson K Factor racquet collapsed and broke on court, I found that I had no choice but to find a similar one as this model was nowhere to be found. The K Zero seemed to match up in specs, but with different string pattern. Not too sure about it yet, but hopeful I can get the same feel from it.
I am an older player , who use to play club B, what I like this most about this racket is that now my swing speed changes the racket will contantly give me great hits. I hit flat, top spin,slice and half court shots and get placement and power without pain to wrist and elbow.