Wilson BLX Pro Staff Six.One 100 tennis racket specs and review
Today we at our consumer blog we are going to take a closer look at a tennis racket which we previously reviewed and now it is tame to discuss it in our blog.
The Wilson Pro Staff Six.One 100 BLX is the player-friendly version of Roger Federer’s (90 sq.in.) and Grigor Dimitrov’s (95sq.in.) rackets.
At 285g the Six.One 100 is the lightest racket in the Six.One BLX range so will suit players looking for a lighter frame. It also has a 100 sq in racket head size. At 27.25 inches it is also slightly longer than the Six.One 90 and Six.One 95, helping to generate increased power, especially on the serve.
The high level of control, required by players who yearn for precision and feel from their racket, comes as a result of the braided graphite construction. It has a traditional weight and balance, and the AmpliFeel technology is what provides great response.
The AmpliFeel technology delivers greater information to the hand when firming up for contact. With a better hold, shots become more powerful and more consistent, and as a result, your swing becomes more comfortable and fluid.
Wilson BLX Pro Staff Six.One 100 tennis racket specs:
Weight unstrung – 285 grams
Headsize – 100 sq. in
Construction – Basalt
Swing Length – Long Swing
Length – 27.25 inches
Beam – 22mm Dual Taper
Factory String – Sensation Control