Used by some of the best players in professional tennis, Wilson tennis racquets offer the latest innovation and highest quality performance available anywhere. Wilson introduces new BLX technology in several Wilson BLX Racquets frames for 2012, including Federer's new Pro Staff Six One and the Juice Pro BLX used by Juan Martin del Potro. The Blade BLX also utilizes Basalt fibers to the frame for enhanced feel and reduced vibration. Wilson [K]arophite Black represents an evolution of Wilson nCode technology that utilizes additional bonds between the SiO2 and graphite molecules on a nanoscopic scale, resulting in more feel and a stronger, more stable tennis racquet.
Federer's new Pro Staff with Amplifeel and Basalt fiber (BLX) technology for improved feel and frame feedback, continuing to feature same classic feel as previous SixOne models. 12.5 oz., 90 sq. in., 322 swingweight.
New Pro Staff specification with Amplifeel and Basalt fiber (BLX) technology for improved feel and frame feedback, now in a lighter weight, 27.25 in. length and 22mm tapered beam. 10.6 oz., 100 sq. in., 310 swingweight.
New 'tweener specification used by Juan Martin del Potro. Basalt fiber (BLX) technology for improved feel and frame feedback, now in a longer length and open 16x20 string pattern. 12 oz., 96 sq. in., 312 swingweight.
The Wilson Juice 100L is a lightweight update to the Juice series of BLX frames, offering a versatile, very spin friendly design that appeals to a wide array of players. Another lighter weight, more forgiving alternative to the control-oriented Wilson Pro Staff line. Spin oriented 16x18 string pattern, moderately wide 26/25mm tapered beam design for added pop, and 100 square inch head for forgiveness. Amplifeel handle system for cleaner and enhanced feel to complement the use of Basalt fiber (BLX) technology for improved frame feedback.