The excellent maneuverability and a slightly larger sweetspot helped make the Ultra 100 comfortable from all areas of the court. This modern player’s racquet would be an excellent fit for intermediate to advanced players looking for power and spin in a quick and comfortable racquet.
Secondly, what is Wilson Ultra?
The Wilson Ultra series was made for the the modern power game. Fast, firm and spin-friendly, these racquets will give you an easier path to pace and spin. Like the Burn family, they tend to feel stiffer and more explosive than either the Blade or Pro Staff series.
Beside above, what is the most popular Wilson tennis racket?
The most popular Wilson rackets on the market are the Blade, Burn, Prostaff and Clash. Wilson sells slightly different versions of some of these rackets, but these are the main ones. You can buy some of these rackets with different string patterns and weights, so keep that in mind as you are testing.
Who uses Wilson Ultra 100?
The Wilson Ultra 100 CV: The Kinder, Gentler Ultra. On tour, Wilson players Feliciano Lopez and Lucie Safarova play with the Ultra 100 CV. Let’s dive a little deeper into what makes the Ultra such a solid complement to their games. One of the most enjoyable aspects of the Ultra 100 is how easy it is to generate power.
This frame is designed specifically for competitive players ages 16 and up who prefer a powerful frame, as well as new adult players working towards playing in a league. Our intent is for these players to feel added performance and power of Ultra behind every shot.
|Canada/US Sizes||European Sizes||Sizes in mm|
|4 5/8 inches||L5||118-120 mm|
Racquet Length Chart
|6-8 years||45-49 inches||23 inches|
|9-10 years||50-55 inches||25 inches|
|10 or older||55 inches or taller||26 inches|
|Adults||Any height||27-29 inches|
Racquet Spec Panel
|Ultra 100||Ultra Pro|
|Unstrung Weight (oz)||10.6oz||10.7oz|
|Unstrung Balance (pts)||7 pts HL||8 pts HL|
|Head Size (in2)||100||97|
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.
In the USA, the bulk of tennis racket prices will fall into the price range of $15 – 300. A good club player might expect to pay anything between $150 and $250, depending upon their enthusiasm for the latest design.
Grip size conversion table
|European Grip size||US Grip size in inches|
|0 (L0 or G0)||4 inches|
|1 (L1 or G1)||4 1/8 inches|
|2 (L2 or G2)||4 1/4 inches|
|3 (L3 or G3)||4 3/8 inches|