Wilson Blade v7 98 18×20 Tennis Racquet
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In this way, how heavy is the Wilson Blade 98 16X19?
|Product SKU(s)||WR013611U1, WR013611U2, WR013611U3, WR013611U4|
|Unstrung Weight||305 g|
|Length||27 in / 68.6 cm|
|Player Type||Avid Competitor|
People also ask, who uses the blade 98?
Simply looking at the WTA Top 100, there are a number of players who use the Wilson Blade 98 (18×20) Countervail. A couple of the more notable names include Jelena Ostapenko and Kiki Bertens. The Wilson Blade 104 is famous as Venus and Serena Williams’ racquet of choice.
Is the Wilson Blade a good racket?
So what makes the Wilson Blade such a great racket for competitive players? It’s all about feel. The combination of flexibility and stability found in Blade is designed to give competitive players a more connected-to-the-ball feel.
Is the Wilson Blade a power racket?
The Wilson Blade 98 is one of the most popular racquets on the market. The blend between power, control and that slightly head-heavy feel is favored by both pros and amateurs. … The Blade V7 takes another step in the direction of old-school racquets when it comes to the flexible feel.
What racket does Serena Williams use?
Wilson Blade SW102 Autograph
How heavy is the Wilson Blade?
|Blade Team||Ultra Team|
|Head Size||99 sq in||100 sq in|
|Strung Weight||10.4 oz||10.4 oz|
|Strung Balance||2 pts HL||1 pts HL|
What is the Wilson Blade made for?
Wilson brings the outstanding feel and playability of the Blade series to the improving intermediate player. Ideal for those who seek precision and maneuverability. Headsize 100in². String Pattern: 16×19.
How do I know my tennis grip size?
Ruler Test: To measure grip size using the ruler test, first place the fingers of your racket hand together, then align a ruler’s edge with the the bottom horizontal crease of your palm. Next, measure to the tip of your ring finger, this measurement is your grip size.
What is the Wilson blade made out of?
Wilson constructed the frame of the Wilson Blade 98 out of braided graphite and basalt which are both lightweight yet strong materials. By using a combination of two materials, the Blade 98 can flex slightly more which increases the contact area between the ball and the strings.