4 Stars No shortage of power

from SC on 10/12/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This racquet generates plenty of power. The trade-off is a slight lack of control. I am impressed with the amount of racquet head speed I am able to generate even with the larger head size. However, when using this racquet I discovered I need to use more topspin to keep the ball in the court. The extra power tends to send my groundstrokes long if I don't put enough topspin on the ball. This racquet gives me noticeably more pop on my serve and a little more power behind my approach shot.

4 Stars Good for 3.5 - 4.0 doubles play

from VA on 10/18/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I have been playing with Wilson Blade 98 for some time. That is a great racquet for my singles game. For my doubles, I wanted a slightly lighter stick - so I bought Blade 104. Great at the net volleys and also for overheads. For baseline shots it does want me to go back to my 98. Overall a great buy.

5 Stars great racket for 3.5 ntrp

from MI on 4/1/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This racket is definitely an upgrade to my Wilson k factor k zero which has a 118 Head size. This weights almost 2ounces more and is easy to swing with its head light balance. The dense pattern and the racket as a whole was an easy transition for me. This racket has considerable power and great control and feel. Amplifeel really works well by decreasing the harsh vibrations that I always felt playing better players who hit with more spin with my kzero racket. It is nice at the net but one would need to be more accurate with their volley technique. This racket is a must for 3.0 players playing with an oversized racket who truly want to take their game up a level with controllable power.