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Comments: This is a nice racquet i buy it and after the first week of playing with it i decide to buy another one. The weight distribution is amazing and it has alot of power from long shots . i will recomend it to anyone
Comments: Bought this racquet several weeks ago. I have been playing RB for over 40 years, have a tendency of having lazy hands. I primary play doubles due to bad knee. Have tended towards lighter racquets. This racquet has plenty of power, keeps the ball in play with a reach out to just get the racquet on the ball with out losing speed while up front. Drive serves are more powerful with less effort. I recognized this as the guys I'm playing with whom are all A level to Open have had a hard time handling it which leads to a defensive shot instead of an offensive shot. I'm going to buy another one today.
Comments: Nice racquet. I didn't think "Wilson" when I thought about racquets, until I tried the demo and really liked it. The racquet is very light. It seems lighter even than 160. (On some other racquets, like E-force, the strings and grommets add a lot of weight. No so on this racquet.) The light weight does result in some loss of power. However, control is excellent. I think the Ninja, a heavier version of the same thing, would also be a good choice. The factory string-dampener is completely useless. I use a rubber-band laced horizontally on the bottom string. Oversized rubber-band, loosely laced, no tension, and it works great.
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