Wilson K Zero Tennis Racquet

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Description

The Wilson K Zero represents the ultimate in lightweight power in the K Factor series. The K Zero features [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.

Note: This racquet is pre-strung with Wilson Synthetic Gut 16 at Wilson's recommended tension of 60 lbs.
Tech
All [K] Factor racquets utilize Wilson's proprietary next-generation [K]arophite Black structure which adds additional bonds between the SiO2 and graphite molecules on a nanoscopic scale, resulting in more feel and a stronger, more stable racquet. Overall, there are 4 new key [K] Factor technology concepts found in various configurations depending on the [K] Factor model:

  • [K]arophite Black-an evolution of Wilson nCode technology which utilizes a new structure incorporating additional bonds between the SiO2 and graphite molecules on a nanoscopic scale, resulting in more feel and a stronger, more stable racquet.
  • [K]onnector-2 external wings molded into each side of the hoop to increase dwell time of the ball upon impact, providing greater control and comfort.
  • [K]ontour Yoke-New frame cross-section shape that enhances stiffness at key stress points for improved torsional stability
  • [K]ompact Center-New shortened yoke design that improves handling, maneuverability, and provides additional feel.

    The Wilson K Zero utilizes [K]arophite Black, [K]onnector, [K]ompact center, [K]ontour Yoke, and Double Hole technologies to provide the ultimate in feel and
    [K]ontrol.

  • Specs
    • Headsize: 118 sq. in.
    • Length: 27.50 in.
    • Weight (strung): 9.20 oz.
    • Stiffness (Babolat RDC): 71
    • Balance: 14.25 in. Head Heavy (4pts)
    • Cross Section: 26/26/29mm Tapered Beam
    • Swingweight: 300 kg*sq. cm
    • String Pattern: 16x19
    • Grip: Wilson K Grip
    • Wilson Stiffness Index: 1
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    Reviews

    5 Stars

    Bryan from TX on 12/9/2017 12:00:00 AM wrote:

    I was looking for a light weight racquet without losing power. So far (I've played with it only 3 times) this is what I was looking for. Large enough to accommodate my topspin. Very pleased with price also.

    Great intermediate racquet, huge power

    5 Stars

    Kent Dorfman from ME on 11/24/2017 12:00:00 AM wrote:

    I had a Babolat Pure Drive which I really liked but when facing players who slice, spin and chop, I couldn't always find the sweet spot and would shank a lot of balls, none of which would go anywhere near over the net. I had this K Zero stashed away in the cupboard, so I brought it out of hibernation and it solved my problems. It has a massive sweet spot so is very forgiving for shots hit off center and has so much power, you hardly have exert any energy to get pace on the ball. If you do have a cut at the ball you have to be careful to include enough topspin to keep it in play because control can be a bit of issue at times. I am a social doubles and singles player, approaching middle age and would classify my level as intermediate. I would recommend this racquet to the beginner to intermediate level player who needs a power boost and a large sweet spot to compensate for a lack of accuracy at times.

    Nice oversize frame

    5 Stars

    Karen from DC on 6/19/2016 12:00:00 AM wrote:

    I am a senior tennis player and have been using Babolat frames for many years. One of my friends recommended that I try this frame, so I demo’ed it and absolutely loved it. I always look for a large head size and light weight because it is getting harder for me to use a heavy racquet at my age. I also need the large sweet spot for forgiveness on my ground strokes when I hit them slightly off center. This racquet had all of the qualifications I was looking for and more. The light weight makes it easy for me to swing through my shots with little to no effort, and provides forgiveness when I am not accurate. This racquet even allowed me to go into the net more (something I am trying to do as I get to my old age!) and hit some crisp volleys and overheads. Overall this was a very comfortable, powerful frame that I would recommend to anyone looking for a lightweight, oversize frame.

    Still new to me

    Hoss2 from FL on 4/17/2016 12:00:00 AM wrote:

    Have only played with it about 4 times - so still getting use to it. Think it will be fine.

    Still new to me

    Hoss2 from FL on 4/17/2016 12:00:00 AM wrote:

    Have only played with it about 4 times - so still getting use to it. Think it will be fine.

    Great Control

    4 Stars

    Wild Willy from OH on 2/27/2016 12:00:00 AM wrote:

    I have had my K-Zero for 3 years (pricey/good value) and have experienced great control, power flat serves, cross court forehand execution and back hand slice winners. Senior doubles player lever 3.5-4.0. Senior doubles player level 3.5 - 4.0.

    Powerful racket

    5 Stars

    Gary from OR on 11/11/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

    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.

    wilson k factor

    4 Stars

    arthur milligan from PA on 10/5/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

    great racquet with very good control, especially with slice backhand, very light frame with good power, topspin friendly

    Good value

    4 Stars

    3.5 seniors player from IL on 7/27/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

    A good doubles racquet. Large hitting surface and decent power.

    Good value

    4 Stars

    3.5 seniors player from IL on 7/27/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

    A good doubles racquet. Large hitting surface and decent power.

    unbelievable

    5 Stars

    Tim P from CA on 6/5/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

    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...

    5 Stars

    Ken from LA on 5/22/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

    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.

    Unsure

    3 Stars

    S. Jones from OK on 1/14/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

    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.

    Great Racket

    5 Stars

    Barry from NV on 9/10/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

    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.

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    Wilson K Zero Tennis Racquet (Prestrung)

    Item # 115100W48

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