For a racket in its weight class, it has good stability and of course, great spin and power. I gave the Wilson Burn 100LS a 7.5 out of 10 for groundstrokes. It’s a great racket for an intermediate or advanced junior who’s looking to be an aggressive baseliner.
People also ask, 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.
Also know, do any pros use Wilson Burn?
As you can see, Wilson Blade 98 is the most popular tennis racquet among ATP Players right now.
|Tennis Racquet||Top 100 Players Using The Racquet|
|Head Graphene 360 Extreme MP||3 Players|
|Wilson Blade 98 v7||3 Players|
|Wilson Burn 100/S||3 Players|
Is Wilson Burn discontinued?
The Burn has not been discontinued. The Burn 100S, Burn 100LS and Burn 100ULS remain in our line!
Offering a tantalizing mix of precision, feel, control, and spin, these rackets are extremely popular the world over. Slightly less powerful than the Ultra, Burn, or Clash rackets, the Wilson Blades allow for players with full swings to maximize their racket head speed and attack the ball with confidence.
- Roger Federer.
- Stefanos Tsitsipas.
- Kei Nishikori.
- Milos Raonic.
- Gael Monfils.
- Grigor Dimitrov.
- David Goffin.
- Feliciano Lopez.