Wilson Burn 100 vs Clash 100

Wilson’s Clash 100 and Burn 100 are both good options for beginners to intermediate players who are looking for a forgivable racket that offers good power.

In this article, I will look at the specs of these two tennis rackets to see how they compare to each other.

Wilson Burn 100 vs Clash 100

Racket Specs Comparison – Burn vs Clash 100

Below is a comparison of the technical specifications of the Clash 100 and Burn 100 tennis rackets.

Main Differences: The Burn 100 V5 has a less head light balance (4 pts HL vs 7 pts HL), a higher strung weight (318g vs 312g), a higher swing weight (320 vs 313), a much higher stiffness rating (72 vs 57), and a thinner beam width (23.5mm vs 24.5mm).

Similarities: Both rackets have the same head size (100in), racket length (27in), and string pattern (16×19).

Racket Specs:Burn 100Clash 100
DesignWilson Burn V5Wilson Clash 100 V2
Head Size (sq cm)645cm645cm
Head Size (sq in)100in100in
Length (cm)68.58cm68.58cm
Length (in)27in27in
String Pattern16 x 1916 x 19
Strung Balance (cm)33.02cm31.98cm
Strung Balance (pts)4 pts HL7 pts HL
Strung Weight (grams)318g312g
Strung Weight (ounces)11.2oz11.0oz
Swing Weight320313
Unstrung Weight (grams)300g295g
Unstrung Weight (ounces)10.58oz10.41oz
Frame Stiffness7257
Beam Width (mm)23.5mm24.5mm

1 Head Light or Head Heavy

Pros and Cons

The Burn 100 is a forgiving frame with a generous sweet spot and lots of power, which is great for beginner to intermediate players but advanced players will find it is too light and lacks control.

The Clash 100 is a powerful frame that has a manageable weight and is very comfortable to play with but advanced tennis players will find the racket does not offer enough control.

Head to Head

The Burn 100 is the better option in terms of power, control, and spin, however, the Clash 100 is better in terms of comfort.

The biggest difference between the two rackets is definitely their stiffness ratings, with the Clash 100 being very flexible at 54 RA, while the Burn 100 is a very stiff frame at 72 RA.

H2HBurn 100Clash 100
PowerWinner Grey
SpinWinner Grey
Arm FriendlinessWinner

Player Recommendations

Both rackets are good options for beginner to intermediate players, however, more advanced players will prefer a racket with more control e.g. Wilson Pro Staff 97.

Player LevelBurn 100Clash 100

Pro Player Endorsements

The Burn 100 is currently endorsed by Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, while the Clash 100 is not currently endorsed by any pro tennis player as it is not designed with pros in mind.

Where can you buy these rackets?

The rackets are for sale in most good online tennis shops and on Wilson.com.