Wilson Pro Lite BLX
Released November, 2010
The Pros:Very light racket, easy to move it into position quickly. Creates plenty of spin on contact with very little effort. Head is large for a bigger striking area.
The Cons:Doesn't generate power, player needs to rely on their strength.
The Wilson Pro Lite BLX is a tennis racket designed for younger players, and uses a light weight design suitable for competition. At first glance this is similar to the Wilson Pro Open BLX and Wilson Pro Tour BLX, and the length is the same between all three rackets.
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This racket stands out between the three as the balance is set completely even, and a larger head size is used to offer better forgiveness. At the same time the weight has been decreased to the lowest of the three, resulting in a racket that's easy to hit with and and won't tire the player out. The total head area is 102 inches, and is strung in a 16x19 pattern.
- Ultra light weight
- Mid plus head size
- Highly maneuverable
- Length: 27 in
- Grip Sizes: 4, 4 1/8, 4 1/4, 4 3/8, 4 1/2
- Balance: Even
- Head Size: 102 in
- Unstrung Weight: 9.0oz, 255g
- Strung Weight: 9.6oz, 271g
- Pattern: 16x19
- Cross Section: 27.5 mm Flat Beam
User Reviews (1)
very light racket, easy to move it into position quickly
creates plenty of spin on contact with very little effort
head is large for a bigger striking area
durable enough to take you through a tournament without wearing out
accurate enough for highly technical shots
has a great overall feel, nice balance and good feedback when you hit the ball
doesn't generate power, player needs to rely on their strength
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