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Wilson 2014 Six.One 95S Tennis Racquet


Item #WRT72001U

 Wilson 2014 Six.One 95s Tennis Racquet

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Wilson 2014 Six.One 95S Tennis Racquet

Wilson ushers into a new era with the new line of Wilson Six.One racquets and the Six.One 95S gives the added spin and amazing precision and to the masses.

The Wilson 2014 Six.One 95S Tennis Racquet is made for the intermediate to advanced players who want a comfortable yet crisp response from the baseline. Its heavy weight and head heavy balance isnt as heavy as its older brother, the Six.One 95 so its not difficult to maneuver the racquet around the court for the hard to reach shots. With the new Spin Effect technology, this racquet produces outrages amount of RPM on the every stroke which could lead to many competitors worrying.

Thanks to its Parallel Drilling process, the string bed on the racquet has a more livelier feel so every shot feels responsive and comfortable. Amplifeel does also make an improvement to the wide range of playing styles that the racquet is capable performing with. Players who want the most amount of spin on their game and enjoy having a slightly more maneuverable frame will enjoy what this racquet has to offer.

Head Size 95 sq. in. / 612 sq. cm.
Power Level Low - Medium
Racquet Length 27.00 in. / 68.58 cm.
Stiffness 67
String Pattern 16 M / 15 X
String Tension 50 - 60 Pounds
Unstrung Balance 9 Points Head Light
Unstrung Weight 10.9 oz. / 309 gr.
Racquet Type All Around
4.0/5 based on 1 ratings. 1 user reviews.

Average of 1 customer reviews:

Colorado Springs, CO
July 2014

Love the combo of power and spin.

Age Range: 35-44
Gender: male
How Long Have You Been Using This Product: 4-6 months

I am an avid tennis player. I have been playing with the Six.One. 95S since May of 2014. I use to play with the Six.one (18x20) and decided that I wanted a lighter frame as, in my old age, I found myself struggling a little going into third sets with younger opponents. The switch has improved my tennis remarkably. The 95S has the added spin which I am STILL getting use to. There are balls I hit I THINK Are going out and they end up dropping in! It's an exciting benefit I am enjoying with this racquet. I understand I've lost a hair of power (since it's almost 10% lighter than the Six.One.) but the benefits far outweigh cons. I string with Big Hitter 7 16 gauge strung at 54 lbs.