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Comments: This racquet is definitely a good choice for players with a big game. Big serve and groundies were
amazing. Took me a while to get used to the extra length and head size but after 2 hours I was playing outstanding with this
racquet. It felt like you could swing freely while maintaining control and drive the ball nicely. The extra head size and length also
helped on defense on the reach. Definitely recommend this racquet to players wanting a little more pop while maintaining control.
Comments: This is a racquet that definitely doesn't get enough love! As a power player used to using racquets with
smaller headsizes and far more weight, I was initially reluctant to give this one a try, out of fear it was impossible to control. I was
pleasantly surprised by the control and spin potential that this frame offers! Very maneuverable as well -- I won a set against one
of my teammates in D3 college tennis 6-2 my first time ever using this racquet. I ordered one and have added some lead at 3 and
9 and some on the grip to maintain the balance, and all I can say is, WOW! In my opinion this racquet could work for a huge range
of players and is the most underrated on the market. It's that good!
Comments: I found this Blade 104 with Lux/NXT 16 at 54/58 lbs provided enough stability against hitting partners
on my club team (4-4.5 level) who use heavier "player" frames. While this does not have the same plowthrough of my now-retired
Pro Tours (KF 96) or 6.1 Tour (BLX 90), this combo improved my overall consistency, especially service returns and net play on day
1. Could shape groundies without sacrificing heaviness. Was hitting the absolute center of my racquet more often as I was feeling
that the lighter weight allowed me to adjust faster at load up and beginning of swing.
Comments: This was a pleasant surprise. I have longer, faster strokes, and I generally play with heavier racquets
with a more open string pattern to control my shots. I didn't think this racquet would suit my game. Turns out it does, and quite
well. I was serving bombs with it! Because this is on the lighter side at 10.7 ounces, it doesn't tire my arm out swinging this
racquet. My strokes had good pace, spin, and depth, and I didn't have to work that hard to achieve that. Terrific job, Wilson!
Comments: Outstanding frame! If you play a crafty, counterpunch game with lots of feel, droppers, lobs and slices,
look no further. This is a perfect match for that type of game. Easier to use than the Blade 98, yet retains that "player-ish"
racquet feel with it's thin beam. Nice power, but not too much. I have NXT Tour in the mains with a copoly cross at 56/52 and it's
got plenty of control still. Comfortable without being too flexy. I initially had some weight added, but removed it and it plays fine
stock with a swingweight around 315. Took me a little while to get used to the extra .30" length, but I don't notice it anymore.
Fantastic racquet for an all court player!
Comments: I demo'd this racquet and love the feel, weight, power and control. I think I will purchase it but I want
to demo the Steam 105 S first.
Comments: I had TW increase swing weight to 330 and that increased the weight to 11.2. It is more solid now and
hits a heavy ball. It has improved the slice backhand to float less and have more zip. It's strung w/poly in the mains and any
synthetic or multi-filament in the crosses.
Comments: After hitting with the Blade 104 at a Wilson demo day I commented to my wife it hit well. Next thing
you know, I have a new Blade 104 for my birthday. While the racquet is great for volleys and net action, I find that the tight string
pattern makes it feel like I'm hitting with a board from the baseline. I typically hit a lot of topspin with my Six One 95 strung at
58/59 lbs. I have restrung the Blade 4 times in 3 weeks trying to get something with good feel and pop. I am now down to 52 lbs
and headed lower yet. The balance and generous sweet spot is nice but I'm not going to sacrifice TS for a big head. The balance
and weight are nice but I cannot recommend this racquet to baseliners.
Comments:Switched from Babolat recently and I loved the soft feeling, maneuverability and control that this Blade
104 provides. Power wasn't sacrificed and the lighter weight helps me swing with more confidence and ease.
Comments: Played with the K Blade 98 and the BLX Blade 98 18x20. A friend of mine had a new Blade 104, and this
the best racquet I have ever played with. Solid feeling with all shots. A true all court racquet. Thin beam and great control. For
more power than the 98.
Comments: Extraordinaire! Great! Unique! Soft on the arm and elbow. It feels solid on volleys, good on off-center
shots, control and power are great and equilibrate. At the net, the 104's reach and lighteness help on quick exchanges. For three
years now I've been trying to get the right racquet, and this is the first one that has all I need. Power, control, forgiveness and
for the arm and elbow.
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