Wilson - Pro Staff Six One 90 Tennis Racket 13" - MultiRs.17,500
- Latest racquet used by Roger Federer
- racquet comes unstrung
- Wilson does not include cover with racquet.
This is perhaps the most impressive 90 yet, and we've reviewed them all the way back to the Pro Staff Tour 90. With the new BLX Pro Staff Six.One 90 our testers found a more maneuverable feel, even though the strung weight is still in the 12.6-ounce range. With a slightly lower swingweight, this racquet came through the contact zone with some added zip. Our testers found excellent access to both topspin and slice, thanks to increased tip speed, with no sacrifice in stability. At net, this racquet received the highest praise from every tester. They all noted the excellent feel, and they felt the blend of maneuverability and stability was put to good use in both offensive and defensive situations. Our testers served with great consistency, speed and spin. The BLX Pro Staff Six.One 90 offered such an impressive response, on seemingly every stroke, that it was no surprise that two of our testers considered making the switch. Advanced players should definitely take this one for a demo. The BLX Pro Staff Six.One 90 might just be your next racquet switch, too.
The latest racquet used by Roger Federer, the Wilson Pro Staff Six One BLX 90 picks up where the Wilson SixOne Tour BLX 90 left off. Legendary braided graphite construction combined with new Amplifeel handle system for the best feel yet in a Wilson Pro Staff. Continues the use of Basalt fiber (BLX) technology for improved feel and frame feedback, continuing to feature classic feel in the same tradition as the previous-generation Pro Staffs: nSixOne Tour 90, Hyper Pro Staff Tour 90 and Pro Staff Kevlar 85. 17mm flat beam and 90 square inch headsize provide the ultimate in feel and control for those players advanced enough to wield Federer's racquet of choice. Specifications are nearly identical with the past generation Six One Tour 90. Expect the ultimate in control, feel, and frame feedback on the market today. Those players advanced enough to wield this 90 square inch, 17mm flat beam frame will be rewarded with accuracy and feel not found in many racquets today. Racquet Specifications: Headsize: 90 sq. in. Length: 27.00 in. Weight (strung): 12.50 oz. Stiffness (Babolat RDC): 64 Balance: 12.40 in. Head Light Cross Section: 17mm Flat Beam Swingweight: 322 kg*sq. cm String Pattern: 16x19 Grip: Wilson Leather Wilson Stiffness Index: 6.1