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Comments: Very demanding racquet and excellent for customizing. It is super light, but flex is clearly not 59RA it feels more like 63 - 65. Very unstable and super tiny sweet spot.
Comments: This is a great racquet. The touch is amazing, good maneuverability, great
control, and is low powered. Add some lead tape and it's perfect. Not for those who can't generate their own power. Great for the young high school player or smaller player.
Comments: Amazing racket. This stick offers all the advantages of its heavier brothers in a more maneuverable and lightweight package. This racquet is best suited for the younger (middle-high school) player. The k six ones offer the best feel i have ever hit with. Very solid on groundstrokes and good pop on serve. All the control you would expect from the tour. Though it is an 18x20 it still has great spin potential. ALL DEVELOPING PLAYERS LOOKING FOR A CONTROL RACKET MUST TRY THIS ONE!!!!!
Comments: How does this one compare to the ncode six one team? I've got a pair of ncode six ones and planning to buy the kfactor type.it's almost similar in specs. I love my ncodes but if the kfactor is better, I'm planning to buy 1 or 2 rackets.
Comments: Having played with the Pro Staff Classic 6.1 throughout high-school,
tournament play and some college, i was averse to switching racquets. However, at 30
years-old now, I need a slightly lighter stick, with similar playability as the original 6.1. The
Team 6.1 is phenomenal. It has a brilliant balance of control, typical of player's racquets,
but the lighter weight makes it ideal for former "players" who play recreationally. Adding
some lead tape to the throat or 6 o'clock position is an option to add a little weight without
approaching the traditional 12+ ounce models.
Comments: This is the best raquet I have ever used. I am soooo getting it and I will be using
it for a while. It has the perfect blend of power, control, and of course spin. It is not too
heavy at all. That's why I like it because I cannot use a very heavy raquet because I am a
junior player and with a heavier raquet (unless you are very very strong like roger federer) i
loose a lot of power and I cannot do that. It works so well with a synthetic gut.
Comments: I pLay with a Head Microgel Extreme racquet. Looking for a new racquet for the
holidays, I demoed the tour version of this racquet. The tour edition was nice, but I found it too heavy, and my shots were hitting the net. When I returned the tour edition, I figured I would try out the team edition. I hit one forehand shot, and I knew what I wanted for the holidays. I swung as hard as I could, and the ball dropped magnificently on the back line. This racquet offers so much control and feel. I find that it is perfect, because the racquet doesn't possess very much power, so for a free swinger like myself, a bit of topspin makes a hard shot drop beautifully in the back of the court. Love this racquet.
Comments: Over the summer i developed some major arm problem and it didn't really get better until recently. Before I did some major rehabilitation I tried out the Pure Drive plus and that mad the problem worse. So I just got back in to the game yesterday subbing in for some team tennis and I have one of these rackets strung up with a full bed of Wilson k gut. I know why I choose this racket, its clean its crisp and I can do a lot of counter hitting with the racket. I don't need a heavier racquet. I'm perfect with this and will not be changing anytime soon.
Comments: Buy this racquet. It's very friendly on the arm, shoulder and my back body. The pros are: maneuverability, excellent slice serves and slice backhand ground strokes, good weapon to attack your opponent and easy to use due to its weight. Spin potential is above average even with tight 18x20. The downsides of this racquet are: Very small sweet spot and hard to handle pace with hard hitters. Rating: 8 out of 10.
Comments: Try them all, even the other K-factor's. None of them will compare to the crisp clean feel of this racquet. A hybrid string set-up with gut in the main, and a dampener is a must, try it nothing will beat it. I keep trying the new racquets as they come out and nothing ever feels better. The eight juniors I run tried a pile of new racquets, all of them came back to the six-one team as their favorite. Led tape fixes any whiners over the weight. This was running 17gut in the main and 18poly in the crosses. I did actually kinda like the new 10.6oz Babolat GT it is way better than in the past. I want to hit a GT with gut in the main. Until then the TEAM keeps winning 3 years in a row. This racquet is a 10++++ on feel. This racquet is a 1 on power. This racquet is a 10 on precision on light shots, however a 7 on precision on heavy shots due to flex.
Comments: I played with the 6-1 90 Federer for a year and with the Ksix 95 16x18 for 8
months then I tried this 95 Team 18x20 pattern.. Ha ha got lucky! This stick does wonders for running volleys and smashes, crisp and powerful pop sounding serves, strong sweet topspin forehands, and slices that really stay low and look like a real slice ! I have 4 of them and they are wonderful if you liked the 2nd generation of Babolat Pure Drives.
Comments: Finally I found a racquet not too heavy, but powerful, precise, which really improves your serve and has a clean feeling; a good weapon to attack your opponent, if you are not a baseliner.
Comments: This is a very decent stick. I used to play with much heavier racquets, such as Pro Staff 6.0 95, but I wanted to change because when the game gets harder, I was sometimes struggling in defense with a tired arm. So I bought two of these.
I can play for hours with this one without getting tired. On the other hand, you have to swing very fast and confidently to hit clean winners. The sweet spot is correct, not too small, so you can hold long rallies confidently. I only wonder if this stick would have not been sweeter with an more open string pattern. Personally, I strung it with a soft poly in order to get more comfort. All in all, I'd give it an 14 out of 20.
Comments: I just switched to this racquet after spending years playing with the heavier six one's. It's about 1.5 ozs lighter which makes a huge difference for me now that I am getting older. It still delivers much of the same feel and control of he heavier version but I can really get around on my backhand thanks to the lighter weight. Also for some reason the added time is allowing me to keep the ball on the strings longer to push my shots further back towards the base line.
I would agree that you can feel a little flex which means it helps to slow down the swing a bit (which I needed to do anyway) and focus more on accelerating the head at impact. If you swing fast and hard you will notice the flex and it reduces your control slightly. If you play huge hitters and/or cannot control your swing well a heavier and/or stiffer racquet may be needed.
For me and at my level (4.0) this is a very good fit.
Comments: Not a bad racquet but not for me. I am a junior player who is primarily an aggressive player who likes to serve-volley and likes to attempt crafty maneuvers. I got this stick in early 2008 and was impressed but as time went on and my opponents got stronger, it sucked. For me the cons were: unpredictable power, not very stable, flexes too much, occasional elbow soreness, the static weight was too light and the balance. The pros were: nice power and control on serve, slices were penetrating and mostly stayed low, nice control on volleys, control was decent in general and the spin potential was good for an 18x20. This is a solid stick if you are not playing a hard-hitter but if you are this racquet tends to break down. Over all i found this stick decent but not for me.
Comments: I have used these racquets since it came out. Early 2007 I was only 12 and about 2.5 using a Prince Airfreak Oversize that just wasn't letting me take a full swing at the ball. My coach recommended I try this racquet and I felt it was better at everything other than the sweetspot size which was a quick fix (95 compared to a 110). I've experimented with many strings and the best combo for this stick that stuck out was Luxilon BB alu power spin 16l main with Wilson superspin synthetic gut 16 crosses. Amazing spin on forehand and 2nd serve. First serve; added much accuracy. Gave me more plow through on backhands and net play. Solid on defense. Very stable for the light weight. 10/10
Comments: I loved this racquet at first but I tried the ksix 95 and found that the heavier racquet gives much more power and the stiffness in much better.
Comments: I don't have this racquet but I have tried it and I love it because it's lighter than other 95 in. racquets. The pop feeling of the racquet is excellent!
Comments: I used to use the 95s, but they were too heavy. The Team KSix one is absolutely superb. It has superb feel, control, power, as long as you know how to play. I can now play long rallies without my arm getting tired. Because these are lighter, I find I can whip the racquet through the ball, generating great spin. Its maneuverability is perfect. At the net, this racquet comes into its own - volleying (where you need quick hands and fast reactions). I am 30 years old, play a good mens' first team standard and find this racquet awesome. Don't listen to anyone who says these racquets are too light - they are not! I would suggest you demo one for a whole day. Once used to it, you will see what I mean.
Comments: I love this racket. Before I had 2 Babolats, but they ended up hurting my arm and I felt I wasn't getting everything I wanted from them. I now have two of these racquets, strung at different tensions. I absolutely love them. I would've gone with not the team, but I am too small to handle those heavy rackets.
Comments: This racquet is not bad, but because of its mini sweet spot it demands ideal precise and clean strokes, and also very high level of fitness ability (read you must have strong hands for this racquet)
Comments: This racquet is definitely demanding enough for a player with no tour aspirations. Sometimes it performs miracles out of nowhere and other times if you don't hit the ball right on the sweetspot the ball drops into the net as if my child was hitting it. I got two if it, definitely worth to try out different string types!
Comments: This racquet is simply amazing. It allows you to control hard baseline shots, keep the ball in the court, and play at the net with ease. I would recommend it as a demo to anyone who likes control.
Comments: I have had this racquet for 1 and a half years now, and its been very good. Some players will feel the need to put a lead weight in the handle for a better balance as I needed to. This makes the racquet a bit heavier so I have decided to change to a Head Youtek midplus which you don't need to put a weight in. Overall I would give this racquet a 7 out of 10. I am 15th in Australia for players born in 1998. Good luck with this racquet I hope you like it. :]
Comments: This is a great racquet for beginners as it is easier to control with its light weight. It provides reasonable power and control. Overall, i rate 7/10 for this racquet.
Comments: Unbelievable. I have been playing with this stick for 2 years and no complaints. Crisp, blazing fast shots smack off this stick in no problem. Light and maneuverable, this racquet will let you hit so hard and be aggressive on the court while maintaining an all-court game. I have never been more successful in my junior life with any other racquet besides this one. You must try this. And remember this- the shots from this racquet are magnetic to the baseline when hitting deep.
Comments: When I started back a year ago after 20 years off, the pro at the shop stuck
this racquet in my hand first. I used to play with ye olde ProStaff from 25 years ago and was looking for a lees demanding racquet. I tried a gazillion other racquets and this one stuck. After playing with it for a year, I just tried out several new racquets looking for more power and maybe a little bit bigger head.
Nothing matched the solid, crisp feel and ability to crack some pretty flat forehands as this racquet. Spin and touch take a hit with the Team's tight string bed, but it's maneuverability helps to make up for some of that if you have a quick wrist. It's great for an all court game that doesn't rely on lots of topspin and a good serve is served well, even
though it may be less effective with serves that have a lot of action to them. You don't get much slop at the net with this thing. You really need to hit your volleys cleanly.
I love the feel of this racquet with small gauge nylons and will buy a few more before they are discontinued. Sometimes, I feel like can perform magic with this racquet that has evoked one friend to call me "Fed Lite."
Comments: When I first demoed the racquet, it felt a little too wild for my taste. However, after putting just one full day practicing with it, all my worries were laid to rest. The best aspect is that this racquet amplifies your serve. My serve used to be the weakest part of my game, but boy does this racquet change that.
Comments: I found this racquet had great power, feel, control and accuracy. I used to play with Babolat Aero Pro Drive Cortex but felt like I wasn't getting enough power and accuracy. I just bought this K Six One Team and my game has gone from 3.5- 4.0/4.5. I have been getting great power and spin on my serves, backhand and forehand ground strokes. This is a beautiful stick at the net its just so light and got such a crisp pop with volleys. I highly recommend this racquet to anyone who takes tennis seriously and want more power and spin for serves, backhands and forehand ground strokes.
Comments: This racquet is my favorite. After trying many heavy players
racquets that were too stiff, I tried this one again. I added lead tape to the butt cap and head at 3 and 9 [11.9 ozs. strung] and I have the most amazing feeling racquet I've ever hit with. Soft feel, perfect combination of control and power on all strokes. If you like a flexible racquet with tons of feel, (that is perfect for customizing) I highly recommend the KSix-one Team.
Comments: This racquet helped me a lot... especially in my forehand which I had a big problem with. It gives you great topspin, power & control. It gives a lot of power on serves. It weakens your volley a little at first, but then you'll be hitting really neat shots.
Comments: Okay so I demoed the new Pure Drive Plus GT and I really liked it, so I thought I'd go and put another review on the Wilson K Factor KSix-one Team. This stick is still very nice compared to the KBlade Tour and 98. The serve with this is nice, very solid and crisp. The forehand is hard to control when trying to go big for me. It usually got dumped out wide or into the net, but not with the Babolat. I have a one and two handed back hand and with the Team. I can't find the two handed back hand which is the one I prefer. With the Babolat it was very easy to do and for some reason the Team feels stiff like a boulder. I think it is the extra length in the Babolat which makes it a lot easier to use. I think I'm going to switch to Babolat. But the Wilson Team will always be a good back up.
Comments: This stick is very stable for the weight. I would almost say that its a great offensive striking weapon. I usually play with a heavier stick so I thought I would sacrifice stability and plow. Amazingly enough I didn't. I got all the advantages of a lighter racquet while striking a heavy ball for winners all day. Volleys are clean and precise and there isn't additional junk associated to this racquet to make it seem like an odd hit. I would recommend this racquet to anyone who wants a lighter frame with control. The power is there along with having touch shots available. It's an easy hit and doesn't demand excellent precision while hitting. It's quite forgiving and allow for full cuts at the ball.
Comments: This stick combines the same rock solid feel found in the rest of the 6.1 line while maintaining a lighter weight. Any one who likes this one and is considering buying one should also try the kblade 98.
Comments: This is a great racquet for 3.0 or 3.5s. The team has elevated my game from a 3.0 from a 4.0 within a year. After the team you should use the six-one 95 because it�s the same exact racquet except it�s heavier.
Comments: Best racquet ever! If I didn't pop my strings so much and replace the strings with the cheapest most durable thing I could find I bet I could become twice as better!!! This racquet has beautiful control. I put some power strings from head and this stick could hit the most beautiful angles I have ever seen. With this racquet, those winners you see on the tour all the time that you can't help but stand and applaud for, become possible to hit by any semi skilled tennis player.
Comments: I switched to the Wilson K6.1 Team 95 after a couple of years using the Federer K6.1 Tour 90. I'm 38 so I played my high school and college years using the ProStaff 6.0 Original 95 (best racquet ever in my opinion). The main reason for the switch was looking for a racket that volleyed faster/better and improved me getting around on my one-handed backhand faster (especially on return of serves). I play about 1-2x a week, so I know playing and practice would help me a lot more than a new racquet would, but the lighter team version really did help me immediately in these areas. Perhaps because of the lighter weight and slightly larger head, my reactions and contact was better on my volleys and backhand. Previous reviewers are correct that going from a much heavier racquet (Tour 90 = approx. 355gr) to this team (approx. 305gr) does take a few days or weeks to re-time your swing and serve, but I thought the improvement and feel was pretty immediate. One thing I LOVE is the feel of the "double hole" technology that Wilson put in this racket - it really does create a smoother feel when you make contact (and maybe adds to more spin too which I've noticed on my shots). One thing I would change is make the racquet a little stiffer (especially around the bumper guard length of the racket head). It seems you can notice more flex with the shots that get hit really high on the string bed in this "team" racket (as compared to the standard K6.1 95 or K6.1 Tour 90).
Comments: I first used Prince 03 speedport black but I was missing control and power. I switched stick to this one and I immediately felt more power and control, and my serve was better than ever!!!! I simply love it. This is perfect for hybrid stringing.
Comments: I have almost every Wilson 4.0+ produced in the last five years; this combination of frame stability and weight are phenomenal. I agree with the player comments that said the first time hitting is difficult, however once you master controlling the headspeed of this racquet you are in control of the ball on every shot. Due the lighter weight you can serve and volley, as well as return service with much less effort. If you are a solid player you will be able to amplify your ability and diminish your game deficiencies.
Comments: Great stick for up to 4.0 NTPR rated folks. I've played with this racket for 2 years and it has brought my game from 3.0 to 4.0. Before I played with 110 Prince models. However, I'm upgrading to the K Factor 6.1 18x20, mainly due to additional weight. The 6.1 team has never disappointed however, trying to get extra pop on those serves is difficult without the extra mass.
Comments: I am only 3.0 player, but this racquet is amazing for me.(K)ontrol is really good. When you don't need too much power but need a very precise racquet with great feel, this racquet will be a good choice for you!
Comments: I'm 16 and pretty competitive now that I have this Wilson. I have always played Wilson's coming up from n codes. This racquet is perfect in every way. I am a heavy topspin player, and this racquet gives me so much spin. And when I do my favorite play (Heavy topspin to baseline) and get that short ball back, this racquet plays the volleys amazing. The light weight is great for touch shots too. And the control from the baseline is excellent. You will find yourself hitting more amazing winners with this racquet than any other. And lastly, serving with this racquet is un-paralleled. There is so much control on the serve you can do anything you want with it and it will work. It gives a new found confidence on the second serve to go for a little more power with the knowledge that it's always gonna spin right in. BUY It. I bought 1 and loved it so much, I bought 2 more a month later so that a always have a backup because the only con to this racquet is that I find myself breaking more strings with this racquet than any other. BUY IT.
Comments: Great racquet. A little too light for me, and if it is for you, add just a little bit of lead tape to make it the weight you want and it plays like a gem. The only thing I don't like is the 18/20 string pattern, but since its 95in, makes it easier to generate spin. Definitely worth a try if you're in the market.
Comments: This racquet is a great balance between power and control. My favorite part is
how you can take a good cut at the ball and it will still go in.
Comments: Great racquet, volleys can be placed wherever you want them to be placed and the racquet feels like an extension of your arm. Nice depth, spin, and control. Serves are very hard to get used to at first but get easier as you keep playing. Overall great feel!
Comments: Sweet stick if you just start out and want some control on the ball. But once you start to lift weights and hit harder, it seems awkward using such a light racket. All-in-all beginner racket.
Comments: As a junior, I was looking for a racket with similar specs to the ksix-one 95 but slightly lighter, and I was ecstatic when I found this one. The power is not much of an issue since I generate a lot of my own, and as I've gotten stronger, I put about 4 ounces of lead tape on it. Hasn't failed me yet.
Comments: This stick offers the best combination of power, control and spin!! I went from Prince to Wilson and I don't regret! When I serve, it feels like a dream. The ball is going automatically in the serve square. BUY IT!
Comments: Great stick!!!! I just switched to this racquet after using the Babolat pure control team and was amazed...I can hit serves with more power and also my groundies. It was also pretty good with volleys.
Comments: I just changed my Prince O3 Hybrid Hornet for this k six one. This racquet doesn't have too much power, but has great spin and control. It is worthy, now I just hit the ball a little harder than I used too and keeps coming great points.
Comments: I had this stick for more than half a year and haven't found anything that can
beat it. I just tested it against a kblade tour and the 98 version and neither one of them was as nice as this one. The light wright and small head size aren't anything to fret about so I'm gonna probably get another one like this one but try out the champions choice by Wilson with the luxilon in the mains and the natural gut in the crosses.
Comments: This racquet is just way too light. It feels so hollow when I with it. I feel every single ball with extra shock. It is also hard to generate power, it feels like I have to give 150% to get 80% of my power. Also the small sweet spot is so small, yes this racquet is great for it's performance but that's only if you can hit the sweet spot. If anyone is going to spend $189 on a racquet with a tiny sweet spot they might as well buy the k(90). This racquet doesn't feel solid at all, more like toy.
Comments:I LOVE to buy a new tennis racket every year or so but this Wilson Kfactor Ksix-one team is so good I have no reason to change. I went from a very heavy Prince (a "new" 1984 composite model) to the Wilson and was astonished. Usually I don't like Wilson... but this six-one team is perfect. Excellent for topspin!
Comments: Overrated and waaay overpriced racquet. I demoed this Wilson K 6-1 Team ($189) and a Dunlop m-fil 16-19($69). Similar specs. Played one set. Was behind 1-4 using the Wilson. Picked up the Dunlop and won 6-4. This Wilson feels dull and sooo out-to-lunch.
Comments: Wow, great feel and touch with plenty of "meat" in the serve kick. Coming off of a Head Prestige it is great to have some feel back. A rather effortless racket with decent spin.
Comments: After a year of searching for my dream topspin depth baseline-hitting controlled power racquet, my quest is complete. Amazing. Pure amazing. I really play like a pro now, and my private tennis teacher sees my 110 MPH serve often. Groundstrokes are ripping, and volleys are crisp and solid. If you are a competitive player with variety and you enjoy the winning edge, if you don't try this racquet, you're missing out!
Comments: I've been using this racquet less than a month to replace my Wilson [K] 6.1.95 since I think I played very defensively with it and had little problem with my overhead due to its weight. This racquet (the Team version) is excellent. I can play more aggressive with this racquet and at the net I can play much better volley compared to when I used K-factor 6.1.95. The control is good, though, it is not as good as K-Factor 6.1.95. I Love it so far!!
Comments: I have tested many frames and hit with all my friends racquets and still haven't found on that gives me as much control and feel this racquet gives me.
Comments: This is the best racquet ever. I first demoed the ksix one 95 and I thought that was the perfect racquet except for the slightly heavy weight. I tried this just for the heck of it and found that it has the same quality, feel, and solidness as the ksix one 95 but with a lighter frame. It is way easier for reaction volleys, and there is no hand fatigue after long matches. The only problem is that at first you will never make a serve. It is hard to get used to, but after a few baskets it will become easier. I can now hit nasty kick serves and huge aces with ease. I now play with this racquet and love it. Consider this or the regular ksix one because I would now rate them the same. p.s. do not string with Wilson Super Spin, it will ruin the racquet.
Comments: The first thing I have to say is that if you're good you can play well even if switching to other racquet for a moment, I have played with many racquets such as Wilson KSix One 90 (Wilson KGut Pro 17 53 lbs), Babolat AeroPro Drive (Pro Hurricane Tour 17 58lbs), Prince Ozone Pro Tour (some prince synth-gut at 58 lbs), Head Flexpoint Prestige and others) and I have to say this racquet was amazing although the first day I played with it I didn't like It very much because I was hitting out but that was because I wasn't using an overgrip since it was the first time using it. The next day I started to play it was like I had a weapon as if it had an "auto-mode" button. Great racquet, currently switched to it.
Comments: This is a truly wonderful racquet. I played with a lot of different racquets before I settled on this one (Babolat AeroPro Drive, Wilson K Six-One Tour 90, Head Microgel OS). This racquet has great control and perfect power. At net, it plays very well, but is especially great for groundstrokes.
Comments: This racket is so good I have been using it for about 1 year and I have won 3 first place medals in tournaments. It gives you so much control and power and it is great for serves and volleys. Great racket.
Comments: I had some Princes before this one and I love it so much more. All of my strokes, volleys and serves are better and more precise. I like the smaller head for more control and less power since I have the power. With my Princes all of my shots would go out but now not as much. So I'd recommended this racket before any other.
Comments: With a good synthetic string, it is unbelievable. Ridiculous racquet. I like it so much better than K Factor Six-One Tour 90. It is lighter, easier power, awesome control, you can't beat this.
Comments: This is an amazing racquet. I demoed the KSix One 95 several times and loved it, but I found it a little heavy for volleys. I loved the solid feel. I decided to try the team, and I found that it sacrifices none of the good things in the KSix One 95, but is much lighter and easier to get around. I love it.
Comments: I am 14 and have to say this is a brilliant racket in all areas. It provides great control, and as long as you help, it gives super power in terms of passing shots and winners, and the volleys and serves are amazingly crisp and stable. I previously had a Babolat Aeropro Drive, which I loved, but would definitely recommend the 6.1 Team over it any day, in all areas. A brilliant racket.
Comments: Excellent racket. I switched from an Prince 03 Hybrid Lite, which is a lot lighter than this racket. Very hard to get used at first. Lack of control, especially on serve, for first few weeks, but then it is a brilliant racket. I would never switch. Huge amounts of spin, power and control, ultimate baseline racket, and very comfortable at the net as well. Highly Recommend.
Comments: Greatest racquet ever. Even the mishits seem to go in. The racquet is the perfect weight for me and generates a perfect blend of power and control.
Comments: I have played head Liquidmetal radical mid+, Head Flexpoint prestige, head Microgel Extreme Pro (hated it because of the round head) and finally I gave this one a try and I�m loving the solid k-factor feel, I will not be changing my racquet for a long time.
Comments: This racket is very poor and has no power.
Comments: Great racquet, but l didn't like the light weight and head heavy balance.
I'm using 3 x 3grams added weight and I still couldn't find the proper balancing and weight for me. (mostly needed for baseline rallies) Overall feel is amazing. Great stick near the net and when serving.
Comments: In the beginning, I didn't like the racket very much: It was very different from my former racket, the NTour Two. I played the KSix-One Team without a vibrastop, but then I tried to use one and that really helped to get the feeling of the racket. The feeling became better and better and now, after 4 weeks, I don't want to have any other racket: It has such great control; comfort and you are able to play a lot of spin. My groundstrokes are hard and have a lot of spin. Only my serves and my volleys aren't that good yet. But I am sure that this will also change, when I play longer with this stick. It is really amazing and everyone who likes playing offensive tennis from the baseline should try out this racket!
Comments: This racket is sweet. I won Orange Bowl because of this racket!
Comments: This racket is the best. It has amazing control and everything.
Comments: This is a very good racquet for a spin hitter. The racquet is so maneuverable through the contact zone. Great for kick serves and volleys. I used to play with a Head Liquidmetal Radical Mid+ but like this a lot better.
Comments: This racquet is horrible. It gave me tennis elbow. There is a lot of vibration. I would not recommend it to anyone.
Comments: This racket is excellent. You can swing through without worrying about hitting it out. Very maneuverable. Works great on volleys
Comments: I started playing with this racquet but I found that it had a little too much power so I switched to the k 6.1 95 and liked that one better. But if you are a player who likes to put a lot of spin of spin on the ball I would recommend this one because it is a little lighter there for it is easier to around on the ball. Overall a great racquet.
Comments: A great all around racquet. Amazing feel and control. The K Factor technology is so unique in that it forces you to be perfect on every shot. If you want to improve and are willing to work at it this is a nice racquet for you. A stress free racquet.
Comments: Amazing racquet, I bought it and I'd been playing a few hours during the day before I received it, took it out on the court and after a few mis-hits due to the smaller headsize I got the hang of it in no time. It offers amazing control. I love the 18x20 string pattern, and it's nonsense that it provides no power. I crush forehand winners down the line and cross court with ease with this racquet. It's a lot easier than playing with a lighter racquet where you have to hold back on your swing, with this racquet you can take a full swing and vary your topspin, hitting deep and short becomes easier due to the racquet's control. Of course you still need some level of skill to use the racquet to its full extent.
Comments: Excellent racket. I've had it for a year now, and it has improved my game drastically. It's a good choice for junior players looking to develop an adult game. Do not expect brilliant results the first time round, but stick to it and you will develop a much faster, fuller swing with more power, and be able to hit the sweetspot every time. I used to play predominantly from the baseline but this racket has changed me to an all-court game and is simply a dream to volley with
Comments: After using the Hyper Hammer 5.3 for the last six years I decided I wanted a racquet with more control and more maneuverable around the net. What I found was a game improvement racquet in the K six 1 team. This racquet forces you to "think" with your feet. If you are not in good hitting position the results are predictable...no power and poor direction. However, if you get in position to hit the shot you want, this racquet is a dream. I will never go back to an overpowered, head heavy, oversized racquet again.
Comments: I am a 3.5 player, I replaced my HEAD Radical MP with this racquet. I have been playing with this racquet for more than a year, and my findings are.... The control is amazing, but if you are not willing to generate your own power, this racquet is not for you, it also have a very small sweetspot and is easy to mis-hit the ball with this racquet. Once you are used to it, this one is one cool racquet with less power and more control.
Comments: When I first touched this racquet, it was magical. My career has blown up now because of it. I highly recommend this stick.
Comments: This is the No. 1 racquet I've played with! I've had this racquet for 4 months now and it keeps getting better. You can swing away with the racquet and everything is solid and stays in the court. I've played with 110s all my life and wanted to switch to something more maneuverable at the net. The sweetspot is ample and when struck, the ball is cut like butter. Don't look for big power, look for control. Highly recommended!
Comments: Yeah, I agree with below. Add more weight for solid hitting and more control. The racquet will become a magic stick.
Comments: It is a great racquet if you customize it. If you play with heavy topspin you would want to weigh this racquet down an ounce or more to avoid whipping your racquet. The extra weight lets you hit through the ball more. The racquet retains its feel but plays better with the additional heft. Try the weights, you won't regret it.
Comments: This is one of six racquets that I've demoed, including the new Head MicroGEL Prestige mid, and I just keep coming back to this one. Maneuverability is superb, especially at net, and the light weight helped me hit the ball very cleanly. The sweetspot is easy to find, but even if you have trouble finding it, the control is not compromised. If you want a frame that has absolutely no power in it at all, this is the one. I was able to take such huge cuts at the
ball that I played faster with this racquet than with any 100 inch heads. Awesome racquet, better than the original in my opinion.
Comments: The Wilson K-sixOne Team racquet is awesome! I love it so much that I own two. It offers tons of power for people like me, who have fast swing. I wouldn't recommend it though for beginners or people with slow and compact swing. Because of this racquet, I am now able to beam the ball anywhere I chose. In addition, the racquet has great touch when your use to it. (old racquet--> Wilson NTour 1)
Comments: I'm a teaching professional, and I've used Wilson racquets for the past 10 years. I was looking for a racquet that I could teach and play with since my nSix One racquets were a little bit heavy and not helping my tennis elbow at the end of long days of teaching and playing. I'm happy to report that the K Six-One Team is the perfect mix of power, control and feel, and it didn't take ages to get used to.
Comments: I loved this stick from the moment I saw it. Bought one without even testing. Nice look and feel, tremendous spin. I've been using it for ten days, but I can see it helped me improve my game already. My shots have more depth now. I can hit corners very easily and I can send the ball where I want to. It needs swing though. Once you swing, the ball goes really deep.
Comments: Before I had this racket I had the prince shark. This racket is so much better I went up from a 3.5 to a strong 4.5. I suggest kids using this
Comments: The best feel of any racquet I've tried. So much control, I can place the ball on a dime at any time! I've been a longtime Prince customer but not even the POG comes close! Low swingweight gives additional spin generation ... much more than I anticipated from a very dense string pattern.
Comments: This is a very good racquet, but it's too light. I need to use lead tape (a lot). I'm a 14-year-old player. Wilson needs to do a 11.3 or 11.7 racquet.
Comments: This is probably the best racquet I could ever find. Although I want to try the other heavier ones, I love this one. I got so much better from this racquet, and I love how it hits very accurately at net. And this racquet got my strokes and plus my serves a lot better. Best racquet!
Comments: This racquet is excellent. I am a 14-year-old player, and it is perfect for me. Groundstrokes, volleys, and serves are great. I would definitely recommend this racquet for an advanced player who doesn't like heavy racquets. This is definitely the best net-playing racquet I've used.
Comments: When I first got this racquet I loved it. But after I started to weight train, the racquet got too light for me, and I started hit a lot of outs. I suggest this racquet to weak people. If you're strong get the other ones because it will be better for you.
Comments: I've been using this racquet for about six months now, and my play has never been better. My serve has more pop to it, and my groundstrokes are better placed. I'd recommend recommend this racquet to anyone or at least demo it.
Comments: This racquet is amazing. I can't believe that it has this much power. Wilson has created, once again, another great stick for players. This is a true player's tour racquet!!
Comments: When I want to cream the ball and boom in serves, I go to my old Babolat Pure Drive (great racket!). When I want accurate placement, touch, and tons of control, I use this K Factor. This racket is simply a joy to play with. It allows me to place the ball just about anywhere I want with just the right amount of pace I need. It is truly a "player's racket" and I find this lighter version really ideal for doubles. A top-rated 17-gauge string for playability gives this racket more control and pop on serves, I have found, plus more spin potential and feel. All in all, this racket just feels good to play with.
Comments: I'm demo'ing this racket. This is a true player's stick: solid hitting mass, stable, and precise. I really like the 10.8 oz strung weight (the 12 oz sticks are too heavy for me) and this is one of the few rackets that has all the characteristics of a pro tour stick but the lighter weight of a tweener level racket. The racket itself offers low power, but my strokes are long and fast, and this racket is helping me generate a lot more spin and pace (as compared to my volkl catapult 4 - gen 2). My game has improved significantly - much better control on all shots with more slice & topspin). My spin serve is heavy and fast. Basically, all my shots are heavier and more controlled. Just the racket I want. I'm going to demo the Wilson nTour 2 before I buy but I think this is the one.
Comments: For me this stick does everything real well while maintaining the 6.1 feel and control that Wilson is known for. I am 57 and using the heavier 6.1 k factor was too much work and hard on my arm. Great job to Wilson for bringing out this weight in a players stick; like I said before I feel that every shot will be true and I never question or worry about control. Also there is plenty of pop when you need it. So if you are looking for a solid stick that plays like the 6.1 12.3 oz. but a lot easier to handle get this racket.
Comments: I really liked the stick. It’s very light, which can get annoying. The size of the sweetspot was pretty fun to play. I ended up giving it to my son a week later
Comments: Well done Wilson once again you outclass all your competitors. This racquet is great. I am a pro coach and my students are just improving and practicing with these amazing sticks all the time. Try one for yourself
Comments: I bought the KSix-One Team 95 on a whim, and then sold it immediately after hitting with the Babolat Pure Storm Team. The Wilson has great control, but it's just too light and too low powered for me. The Pure Storm Team is just a tad heavier, just a tad more pop and crispness on groundies, and just a tad better looking racquet. If you already bring a ton of your own power to the table and don't mind putting your elbow at risk, then go for it, mate :)
Comments: This is a very nice frame. I used to have a Dunlop 400g and this is by far way better. It has nice control, some decent spin and also nice on volleys. And I forgot the sweetspot isn’t small, definitely has a bigger sweetspot than my 400g, which has 100sq, and this is only a 95sq frame. Definitely worth a demo and would recommend it to anyone.
Comments: One of the best racquets ever!! My serve got way faster and when I played I hit a bunch of aces and service winners. The groudstrokes are amazing too. I thought with an 18x20 string pattern I wouldn't get any spin but I was wrong. I may have got less spin but that actually helped me because I hit with too much topspin and my shots don't go very deep so with a bit less spin my shots went past the service line. It also has great touch and control. I was able to hit killer dropshots off the return of serve. The only problem for me is the price, $190 is too much for me to spend.
Comments: This is a great racquet. I found it to feel very great and a step up from the nCode nTour 2. This has a great weight and is very solid from the baseline. I have become a much better player now. I at first just bought one racquet and then I bought another because I loved it so much. The groundstrokes very great and I could swing free and generate good topspin. At the net it was very maneuverable.
Comments: This has really been an incredible racquet! Before hitting with this, I hit with a Wilson nFury, and eventually it got way too light. After looking around a bit, I decided to give this one and a Wilson nTour Two a try, and it was amazing! One thing that really stood out with this was that I could really get a lot more pace off the serves than the Tour Two. If you can get it in the sweetspot, great pace off of groundstrokes, but off-center shots are not forgiving at all.
Comments: I have always loved the feel of the N6.1 but it was a tad bit heavy for my play. After my demo with this stick I bought it and it is the best I have ever played with. A great buy for sure!
Comments: I think this racquet has very little control. It has a little pop and it doesn’t seem to go very fast. I feel like I’m hitting with a different racquet every day. My advice to those who are thinking about buying it is to demo it a lot before buying it. The excitement makes it feel good at first but it goes away.
Comments: This racquet has great range and maneuverability on groundstrokes and at the net. Definitely a bit better than the ncode six two I previously used. A keeper!
Comments: This is the best racquet ever. I have a few in my bag now, I have Ncode 6 95 (Federers racquet) and the Babolat AeroPro Drive Cortex (Nadal's). I usually use the Babolat because it allows me to hit better spin and precision as it is very light so I can generate a lot of racquet speed. But with this new K factor I am actually winning a lot more. My game is way better allowing me to win nationals this year and competitor at the Jr. French Open and placing 3 or 4 (lost in semis to winner). This racquet will overall boost a well rounded player to a great player. A must have in your bag. 10/10
Comments: This is an amazing racquet. I have the nCode 6.1 95 and found that a little too heavy for me so I went and bought the nPS 95. I found that to be a really good racquet with good balance of power and control but was a little unstable when returning bigger servers and when at the net. Then the K Factor range came out and I went out and bought the K6.1 95 and the K6.1 Team. While the K6.1 95 was a really solid racquet (once again a bit heavy to my liking), I find myself using the K6.1 Team most often.
The racquet has great control and spin but also the ability to generate accurate power. Be warned, this is NOT a power racquet but with a long flowing stroke my top spin forehands and backhands have gained more bite and control, especially playing on a hardcourt. The most noticeable aspect of this racquet is the spin you get. I predominately would slice my backhand and found this stick added more "fizz" and sideways movement on approach sliced shots but also had phenomenal backspin on drop shots. I found the racquet to be more stable than the nPS at the net (possibly to do with the composition of the racquet), which leads to greater control, and it was incredibly maneuverable as well. As with the nCodes and other K Factor racquets, my serve has really improved in accuracy and the amount of kick I can get on a second serve. With the lighter weight of the K6.1 Team, I was able to swing harder but also be able to hit the lines/corners with greater regularity.
Overall, I would recommend this racquet to anyone who is a 3.5+ player. You will find this stick to have the perfect amount of power and control. If you are an attacking/net rushing player, you must give this racquet a demo as you will find it will improve your game as it did mine. I would rate this racquet 9.5/10!
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