Before we get into the reviews, here is the list of the 6 best tennis racquets.
- Babolat Pure Drive – Best Overall Tennis Racquet.
- Head Graphene 360+ Speed Pro – Most Balanced Racquet (used by Novak Djokovic)
- Wilson Blade 98 v7 Racquet – Best for Comfort (version of Serena William’s Racquet)
Also to know is, is the pro staff a good racquet?
Overall, this Pro Staff 97 was comfortable, firm and stable enough to put the ball away.” Jaye continued, “This racquet is plush, solid and comfortable. The frame’s flex gave me the confidence to stick my volleys, and I felt like I should move my game up to the net instead of grinding on the baseline.”
Also question is, which Wilson Pro Staff is the best?
The most popular model is the Pro Staff 97 v13. Here are the specifications for this racquet. This is a relatively heavy tennis racquet, built for control and feel. The 16×19 string pattern allows you to generate plenty of spin on your groundstrokes, or slice on your backhand like Federer himself.
Do any pros use the Wilson clash?
That’s exactly what Wilson did as they asked Roger Federer to test the Wilson Clash. Federer has always used Wilson rackets and the Pro Staff RF97 has been his preferred piece of equipment since 2014, while he used the Wilson Pro Staff 90 before that.
Who should use the Pro Staff 97 V13? Fast arm, aggressive players who are looking for plenty of feedback and feel on their shots who can manage a reasonably heavy, stiff frame. That stiffness will give you plenty of power, but you need decent stroke mechanics to generate it.
However, for beginner players, I think the easy to use nature of the Pro Staff Team makes it a good option. The Wilson Pro Staff Team does exactly what it’s supposed to do from the back of the court. It’s easy to use, comfortable and offers solid performance. We’ve given it a 7 out of 10 for groundstrokes.
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|Unstrung Balance||31.2cm/10 Pts HL||30.5CM/12 Pts HL|
|Unstrung Weight||314 g||340.19 g|
|Length||27 in – 68 cm||27 in – 68.6 cm|