Wilson Blade v7 Collection

The Wilson Blade is one of the most popular racquets Wilson has ever produced and they’ve created an entire line of Blade products to compliment the racquet. You can check out the Wilson Blade v7 collection HERE

Wilson Introduces New Trinity Ball

Wilson has launched their new Triniti tennis ball and states that is the first tennis ball “designed with sustainability at its core

Wilson adds new options for the Clash racquet

When the Clash frame came out there was quite a bit of buzz about it. The most noticeable difference I saw was in the stiffness of the frame, or in this case, the lack thereof. John reviewed the Clash 100 HERE and his tests showed the flex on the frame to be quite low on the [see more]

Wilson Clash Tour

If you read the Wilson Clash 100 review there is not much to say about the Wilson Clash Tour in terms of graphics because it is exactly the same! So we can go directly to the differences between the two models. The Tour does have the “word” tour on the racquet but little else in [see more]

The Wilson Team Room

The Wilson Team room is certainly a unique aspect of the companies commitment to tennis and to the best of my knowledge, I know of no other company that has created and implemented something to the scale that Wilson has done with this project. Yes, there are a handful of individual companies who cater to [see more]

Wilson’s X2 Ergo Technology

I’v e not seen much talk about the new Wilson X2 Ergo technology and would like to get some feedback from members on what your customers have had to say about it.

Wilson Ultra PWS (retro)

It is not often one of these shows up for work,especially in this super condition! I am not going into a lot of detail but it is interesting to see the specs for this racquet and be able to compare them to the current version.  

Wilson Spin Effect

Wilson had a great presentation on their Spin Effect racquets at this year’s IART symposium. Here’s a great video on the technology

The New Federer Racquet

Many who have attended the IART symposium over the years have had the opportunity to spend some time with Wilson’s Ron Rocchi. Rocchi and Wilson have provided tremendous support for the symposium since it’s start in 2007 and they continue to play a key role in the development and progression of the event each year. [see more]

A day in the life…..

Not all of us get to play on the job like some technicians I know. Check out what a REAL racquet technician does during the course of a typical day at the office. Ron Rocchi of Wilson was hard at work today demolishing frames as just “another day at the office”. That must have been [see more]