Wilson Surge BLX
Released July, 2010
The Pros:Maneuverable handling, can easily adapt to reach most shots. High amount of power for relatively low weight, overall. Large sweet spot is forgiving on mishits.
The Cons:Can take some adjustment to learn how to optimally control shots, bit of a learning curve.
The Wilson Surge BLX is a tennis racket built for speed and power at a reasonable price. This is similar to the Wilson Surge BLX, but is built heavier and with a 16x19 string pattern. This allows for an improved power return on the swing as well as increased feedback through the racket when contact with the ball is made, improving control.
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The length and balance of the two rackets are identical, but in this case a 26mm Dual Taper design is used for the cross section. The balance is set at 1 point head-light, and the head size of 100 inches offers a large striking area to work with. The unstrung weight of the racket is 279 grams.
- Strong control and feel of the ball
- Built for power return
- 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: 9.8oz, 279g
- Strung Weight: 10.4oz, 295g
- Pattern: 16x19
- Cross Section: 26mm Dual Taper
User Reviews (1)
Maneuverable handling, can easily adapt to reach most shots
High amount of power for relatively low weight, overall
Large sweet spot is forgiving on mishits
Increases ability to put spin on shots
Solid feel during follow through, no buckling
Ideal for netplay, quick to respond to volleys
Can take some adjustment to learn how to optimally control shots, bit of a learning curve
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