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Wilson Pro Staff RF97 Autograph

Best Seller This very special Pro Staff was designed with the help of Roger Federer. It is solid as a rock and offers an amazing combination of feel, plow-through and precision. Headsize: 97 in². String Pattern: 16x19. Strung Weight: 12.6 oz. Standard Length.

$219.00, Review, Feedback

Wilson Pro Staff 90

Best Seller A true classic with world class plow-through, precision and feel. One of the best player's sticks available. Strung Weight: 12.5 oz. Balance: 8pts HL. Swingweight: 325 (RDC).

$99.00, Review, Feedback

Wilson Pro Staff 95

Best Seller Control meets maneuverability. This light player's racquet has that classic Pro Staff feel with easy access to spin and excellent touch at net. Great all court frame. Strung weight: 11.6 ounces. Swingweight: 308 (RDC). String Pattern: 16x19.

$119.00, Review, Feedback
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Wilson Six.One 95 (16x18)

Sale Precision, plow through and feel combine to make this classic a great option for advanced players. Featuring an ultra head light balance, this one accelerates rapidly and provides great all court performance: String Pattern:16x18. Headsize: 95 in². Balance: 10pts HL.

$139.00, Review, Feedback

Wilson Six.One 95 (18x20)

Sale Offering major plow through, this one comes with a tight 18x20 string pattern and maximum control. Fans of the previous version should appreciate the slightly larger sweetspot. Headsize: 95 in². String Pattern: 18x20. Strung weight: 12.3 ounces.

$139.00, Review, Feedback

Wilson Pro Staff 6.0 85

Best Seller The legend returns, exclusively at Tennis Warehouse! A classic player's racquet that was formerly used on tour by Pete Sampras, Roger Federer, Stefan Edberg and many more, this is Wilson's most venerable player's racquet. Strung weight: 12.5oz. Balance: 10 pts head light.

$119.00, Review, Feedback

 

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