Wilson Bold BLX
Released November, 2010
The Pros:Takes away the vibration very well, smooth on contact. Can hit the ball anywhere on the court precisely. Adds a lot of spin on the ball.
The Cons:Lacks touch on the ball at the net.
The Wilson Bold BLX is a lower-cost tennis racket built to be light and forgiving. This is similar to the Wilson Surge BLX in overall design, and has the same length and balance. The main difference is in a decreased weight, gained by redesigning the cross section into a flat beam that measures 22mm.
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The string pattern is also slightly different, using a 16x20 setup. The 267 gram unstrung weight works with a 1 point head-light balance to make it easy to handle for beginner players without wearing them out, and the 100 inch area of the head provides a large and forgiving striking surface. The length is at 27 inches, which is standard for most Wilson BLX rackets.
- Light weight
- Forgiving mid-plus head size
- Length: 27 in
- Grip Sizes: 4 1/8, 4 1/4, 4 3/8, 4 1/2
- Balance: 1 pt HL
- Head Size: 100 in
- Unstrung Weight: 267g
- Strung Weight: 283g
- Pattern: 16x20
- Cross Section: 22mm Flat Beam
User Reviews (1)
takes away the vibration very well, smooth on contact
can hit the ball anywhere on the court precisely
adds a lot of spin on the ball
generates enough power for most player levels
large sweet-spot, hard to hit it wrong
made with lightweight materials, stays maneuverable
lacks touch on the ball at the net
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