5 Stars Good balance of power and control

from MD on 2/10/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I had been playing with the Wilson six one 90 for about 3 years - was looking for a racquet with a slightly larger sweet spot and slightly lighter weight. I tend to develop tennis elbow and find that heavier racquets with soft strings (e.g., gut or hybrid) work best. This racquet is perfect. I don't consider myself an advanced player (I'm 4.0), but i find this racquet gives me great control and power. The racquet is still heavy enough to dampen vibrations to protect my elbow. Take some of the tension off the strings and use hybrid or gut if you're looking for more power - you won't need to swing as fast as some of the other reviewers imply.

4 Stars nice raquet

from WI on 9/17/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Really nice racquet. Excellent control and power. I found great confidence at net and baseline. What is a pity is that the paint is so weak, too easily chipped when you hit the racquet on the ground during a point.

5 Stars Classic

from TX on 9/17/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

A very low-powered racquet with good feel and good stability. Is great on volleys and serves. Not recommended for anybody but advanced players due to the racquet requiring extremely fast racquet head speed.

5 Stars customizers dream

from OH on 7/31/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This frame is perfect for advanced players looking for a traditional playing frame, that takes customization well. In stock form, this frame weighs a little over 11 ozs. I felt it needed a little lead at the 3 and 9 o'clock positions, and now it plays like the classic pro staff 95 from the 90's. The thin box frame gives you that classic frame feel and makes it more maneuverable 5 stars!.