Tennis Racquets / Rackets
New to the Six.One lineup, this more forgiving version of the classic Tour 90 featuring box beam construction is already turning a lot of heads for the player after a control orientated racquet with plenty of spin potential.
This latest version of the BLX Six.One Team ups the ante with improved ball feel and added pop while maintaining the easy maneuverability and comfort of the previous version. The addition of Amplifeel in the handle provides a a cleaner, enhanced feel, according to Wilson.
Most closely resembling the Pro Staff 6.0 95 in appearance, this BLX Six.One Pro Staff 95 is a lighter and faster swinging racquet. A great fit for today's heavy spin hitting game, this racquet offers exceptional maneuverability for a player's racquet.
The BLX Blade 98 updates the Kblade 98 with new technology and a new look. Using basalt, a natural volcanic rock, helps with vibration resistance for a more stable feel, according to Wilson.
Kei Nishikori's racquet of choice, the BLX Tour adds to the heritage of Wilson's Tour models. The newly introduced technology of BLX fibers offers an improved level of feel. Once again, this latest iteration of Tour provides a solid feel off the ground as well as at net.
A 100 square inch head at 11 ounces strung makes the BLX Pro Open a forgiving, versatile racquet. The manageable weight and headlight balance makes swing speed easy to attain while the beam stiffness adds helps add stability and crispness.
Blending power control and maneuverability, the BLX Tempest Four makes a great choice for the beginner through intermediate level player. Those seeking to get a lot of depth and pace from a compact swing will get the most from this one.
The choice of the greatest ever, Roger Federer, the Six.One Tour BLX features a unique enhanced feel for pinpoint precision. This racket is recommended for players looking for the classic Wilson feel.
Offering a solid feel, this one favors those who like to attack with pace and spin. The stable response will help players hit heavy, penetrating shots. Our TW testers found lots of control on fast swings, allowing a player to stay on the gas when attacking inside the baseline.
The Babolat Aero Storm Tour gets a brand new cosmetic and technology update with the Aero Storm Tour GT. Our TW playtesters noticed a more solid and stable feel than the previous version, thanks to theGT update.
For such a light racquet, this racquet impresses with a solid and comfortable feel. Players looking to maximize racquet head speed will love the maneuverability this racquet offers. The easy to swing feeling results in a spin-friendly feel that is ideal for slice and dice players as well as those who like to rip topspin
With the introduction of GT technology to the Aero line of racquets, Babolat launches the AeroPro Lite GT. The lightest AeroPro yet, this Lite GT weighs 9.9 ounces strung but maintains the 100 sq. in. headsize and spin-friendly 16x19 string pattern of the heavier versions.