I have been playing with the Ncode racquet for some time until a friend recommended trying this one. With the Ncode, I was always given the power I needed but was still struggling with shoulder and elbow pain. With the 117 square inch head and the light weight of the racquet, I am able to keep the ball deep in the court without killing my arm. By far the most comfortable racquet I’ve ever played with. Couldn’t be happier with this racquet.
Love this racquet!! Played with Babolat Pure Drive for years. This racquet delivers on all fronts - power, comfort, and control.This my second one. Strung it with Wilson NXT 17 with 54 tension.
Senior player who was string to get elbow issues. I can't stop playing! Help! Wilson must have heard me. Great power, sure, but my arm feels great. The Triad takes the pain away. They should have called it Bayer technology! I use some NXT and I can play 5 times a week again. Happy days!
I am a senior player that is used to playing with the Five BLX and the Wilson N Code. This racquet seems to be comparable to these frames, if not better. Comfort is the number one factor I look for in a racquet, and this frame definitely provides that. This racquet provides excellent feel, comfort and power, however I believe it lacked slightly in control. I am not sure if that was due to the large head size or the string that I used in the frame. However, I did enjoy the generous sweet spot with the large head size! This racquet is very easy on the arm and even helped me to gain some power on my serves and ground strokes. I believe I will keep demoing racquets, but I definitely think this is a good option for a comfortable, powerful frame.
I was a 70+ tennis instructor who hits lots of balls in search of a frame that would provide comfort, power and a degree of touch (in that order) . I was delighted with the comfort level and power in the frame, with which I had success in hitting all my shots, including lobs and drop shots.
Loads of spin and easy on the arm, however I had a difficult time hitting deep. Odd string pattern seemed to cause a trampoline effect which was hard to control. Good pop on the serve. The prior model Kfactor Three with a traditional string pattern worked better for me.
This racquet has power and pop, with the added benefit of control and spin. Stiff, has weight, and is forgiving.
I currently have the Wilson Tempest Four BLX and the Wilson One BLX. I believe that this racquet will afford greater control. To date, I have demoed the racquet but did not purchase since I want to try a few other racquets. This racquet has ample feel and power.
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