Wilson Burn 100 Team V2.0

How many of you are aware that any racquet with the label of “Team” is a lighter version of the base model? For instance, strung weight on the Burn 100 CV V2.0 is 318g (11.22oz) while the Team version we reviewed weighed a mere 281g (9.91oz). That’s quite a stark difference in the two frames [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]

Wilson Clash 100

Once in a while, a word just “fits”! Clash “fits” this new Wilson racquet because it disrupts the trend of “everything stiff”. Luckily this trend is dying and Wilson has, in my view, done a masterful job of expediting that demise with this concept. Not only does this racquet look good it just feels good [see more]

Wilson Blade 98S V6.0

Unlike the black and green palette of the previous version, the Blade 98S Countervail is updated with a more modern cosmetic with the addition of Countervail technology. Countervail is a special carbon layer used to minimize impact vibration. The Blade 98S Countervail still has Parallel Drilling technology and this model is a Spin Effect frame [see more]

Wilson Blade 98 18×20 V6.0

The V6.0 Blade 98 18×20 offers a few changes to the original models. This one has the same silky matte finish and minimalist elegance found in the Pro Staff line and the base specs remain extremely close to the original model. So where’s the real difference? To start with, the stringing pattern tightens up to [see more]

Wilson Blade 98 V2.0

The Blade 98 16×19 has become somewhat of a staple and survivor in the Wilson line. So what’s changed with this version of the Blade? While the base model still boasts a 16×19 stringing pattern, Wilson has added Countervail technology, which, according to the company, “uses a special carbon layer to enhance the already impressive dampening [see more]

Wilson Burn 100LS V2.0

The newest V2.0 Burn 100 LS is ideal for players looking to add some spin to their game. Our model weighed in at 10.37 ounces strung, a very nice weight that is well in line with the intent of getting that extra spin you’re looking for. This updated version has a lower swingweight and is [see more]

Wilson Burn 100 CV V2.0

I’ll admit that I’m going to be just a little bit biased on this review because this is my personal racquet of choice. I was previously using a 113 oversize Donnay frame that was quite comfortable but I just felt more comfortable with this Burn on my ground strokes. This updated version of the Burn [see more]

Wilson Ultra 110 V2.0

Rounding out the IART reviews of the Wilson Ultra line takes us to the Ultra 110 V2.0. What’s great about this oversize frame is that it’s nearly perfectly balanced at 13.58 in which is quite nice for an oversize frame like this Ultra. At 9.98 ounces strung and with that balance this racquet is quite maneuverable [see more]

Wilson Ultra 105S

Of the 6 Ultra frames from Wilson starting with the Ultra Tour and moving through 3 other base models with 100 square inch head sizes, we now we get into new territory with the 105S. This is a design that delivers additional potential for spin with a 16×15 stringing pattern and an added few extra [see more]