Wilson Clash Rackets

Wilson Clash Rackets

Wilson Clash Rackets are increasingly becoming one of the most popular tennis racket ranges amongst adult recreational players as they are forgiving rackets that offer great arm comfort due to their low stiffness rating. Continue reading to find out which Clash racket is best for your game! Wilson Clash Rackets (V2) Wilson has launched a

Best Wilson Tennis Rackets

Best Wilson Tennis Rackets

Wilson Tennis Rackets have been used by some of the greatest tennis players of all time including Roger Federer, Pete Sampras, Stefan Edberg, Jim Courier, and Serena Williams. Wilson has a long history in tennis, having first started producing tennis equipment in the early 1900s and since then the brand has become synonymous with Tennis.

Wilson Pro Staff 90 vs RF97

Wilson Pro Staff 90 vs RF97

As I discussed in my article on the Roger Federer Racket, Roger used a Wilson Pro Staff 90 from 2003 until he switched to the Wilson Pro Staff RF97 Autograph in early 2014. Roger had great success with the Pro Staff 90, winning 17 of his 20 grand slam singles titles using this frame but

Wilson Blade 98 vs Blade 104 (V8 Versions)

Wilson Blade 98 vs Blade 104 (V8 Versions)

Below is our comparison of the Wilson Blade 98 vs Blade 104 tennis rackets. Both rackets are very popular with recreational players so if you are not sure which of these rackets will suit your game better then you have come to the right place as this article will compare the two rackets and provide

Pure Drive Vs Clash 100

Babolat Pure Drive vs Wilson Clash 100

The Babolat Pure Drive and Wilson Clash 100 are both great all round rackets that are very popular at the recreational level as they offer good power and spin on your shots without sacrificing too much in the way of control. In my search for the perfect tennis racket for my game, I have played

Wilson Ultra vs Clash 100

Wilson Ultra vs Clash 100

The Ultra 100 and the Clash 100 are two of Wilson’s best selling tennis rackets and it is easy to see why as they both offer a great balance of power, control, and spin for beginner to intermediate tennis players. The Wilson Ultra 100 (or “U100”) is in its fourth version (v4) whereas the Clash

Wilson Clash 98 Vs Clash 100 and 100 Pro

Wilson Clash 98 Vs Clash 100 and 100 Pro

Since their launch, The Wilson Clash series of tennis rackets have become very popular with recreational tennis players with the Clash 98, 100, and 100 Pro being some of the most popular models. I was recently searching for a new tennis racket to replace my Wilson PS RF97 Autograph as I wanted a more arm

Wilson Clash 98 Vs RF97

Wilson Clash 98 Vs RF97

Seeing as though I have recently made the switch from using the Wilson RF97 to using the Wilson Clash 98, I thought I write Wilson’s RF97 is one of their top-selling tennis rackets mainly due to the fact that it is the racket endorsed by the legendary Roger Federer. The Clash 98 isn’t currently endorsed

Wilson Clash 98 Review

Wilson Clash 98 Racket Review

My racket of choice for the past 3 years has been the Wilson Pro Staff RF97 Autograph but recently I have felt the need to change to a lighter more arm friendly frame. I have had on and off tennis elbow issues ever since I demoed a Babolat Pure Strike a few years ago and

Wilson Clash 98 V2 vs Wilson Blade 98 V8

Wilson Clash 98 vs Wilson Blade 98 V8

The Wilson Clash 98 V2 and Wilson Blade 98 V8 are two of the top selling Wilson tennis rackets on the market today and are very popular amongst recreational players. This article will look at the specs of both rackets to see which is better and what kind of tennis players these rackets would suit.