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Wilson Burn 100LS Racket Review

Wilson Burn 100LS Specifications   Head Size:    100 in² / 645 cm² Length:    27in / 68,5cm Strung Weight:    298g / 10,5oz Unstrung Weight:    280g/9,9oz Balance:    33,32cm / 3 pts HL Swingweight:    306 String Pattern:    18 Mains / 16 Crosses     Our...

Wilson Burn 100S Review

Wilson Burn 100S Specs   100in²/ 645cm² Length:27in/ 68,5cm Unstrung Weight:10.6oz/ 300g Balance:33cm/ 4 pts HL Unstrung Balance:32cm/ 7 pts HL Swingweight:327 String Pattern: 18 Mains / 16 Crosses   Our Review   The Wilson Burn 100S is a hard racquet to...

Wilson Blade 104 Review

The Wilson Blade 104 is one of seven current and very successful rackets in the Wilson Blade range. That’s spearheaded by the Wilson Blade 98 (used by Milos Raonic) and the Wilson Blade SW104 autograph countervail, used by tennis queen, Serena Williams. In...

Wilson Blade 98 Review

It’s not very often I say a new racquet technology actually does what it says it’s going to do, but Wilson’s countervail technology on the Blade 98 16 x 19, most certainly does. For those of you, like me, who try to look past the marketing mumbo jumbo, the...

Wilson Six One Team 95 Review

I absolutely love the specs for the Wilson Six One Team 95! In my opinion this is an absolutely wonderful set up for a young player who is looking to continue their improvement in tennis before they move onto a slightly heavier racket. I’m a big personal...