Wilson Six.One Team BLX
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Good shock absorption, saves some strain on the joints. Able to generate a good amount of spin. Very light, moves through the air easily.
The Cons:Grip isn't very high quality, many players end up replacing it.
The Wilson Six.One Team BLX is a tennis racket built with a lighter swing weight. It weighs 10.8 oz, which is heavier than the Wilson Six.One Lite BLX, but lighter than the rest of the rackets in the family.
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This gives it increased stability over the Lite and increased maneuverability over the 95, with whom it shares the same head size and length.
The Wilson Six.One BLX Family use a Basalt and Karophite Black alloy for cleaner feedback when striking the ball. Linear geometry is used in the frames for increase stability, and torsion on off-center hits is managed by a quad shaft yoke.
- Headsize: 95 sq in
- Strung Weight: 10.8 oz / 305 g
- Length: 27 in
- Unstrung Weight: 10.2 oz / 289 g
- Balance: 1 pt. HL
- String Pattern: 18 x 20
- Cross Section: 20.7 mm Flat Beam
- Grip Sizes: 4 1/8, 4 1/4, 4 3/8, 4 1/2, 4 5/8
- Stock Number: WRT70041U
User Reviews (5)
good shock absorption, saves some strain on the joints
able to generate a good amount of spin
very light, moves through the air easily
great pop on the serve, power transfer is excellent
precise touch at the net for quick drops
strong control allows you to place the ball where you want it
grip isn't very high quality, many players end up replacing it
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