Wilson Tidal Force BLX
Released November, 2010
The Pros:Creates a lot of spin without much effort. Good power generation on most shots. Has a great feel when you connect with the ball, nice and solid.
The Cons:Sweet-spot is fairly small, need to be precise or your mis-hits go wrong.
The Wilson Tidal Force BLX is a mid-range tennis racket designed for value and easy handling. This is similar in construction to the Wilson Coral Reef BLX, with the same length and nearly the same weight.
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The balance has been shifted to 5 points head-light, however, to make it easier to maneuver. This shift in the design has resulted in a shorter 24mm Flat Beam cross section and more oval-shaped head, losing some of the forgiveness found in the other racket. The head size is 105 inches in area and uses a 16x19 string pattern. Unstrung the racket weighs 264 grams.
- Light weight build
- Mid-plus head size
- Very maneuverable balance
- Length: 27.25 in
- Grip Sizes: 4, 4 1/8, 4 1/4, 4 3/8, 4 1/2
- Balance: 5 pts HL
- Head Size: 105 in
- Unstrung Weight: 264g
- Strung Weight: 280g
- Pattern: 16x19
- Cross Section: 24mm Flat Beam
User Reviews (1)
creates a lot of spin without much effort
good power generation on most shots
has a great feel when you connect with the ball, nice and solid
offers a lot of control to get the ball to do just what you want it to
maneuverable enough to get it just where you want it right away
well built racket will last for a long time without showing any signs of wear
sweet-spot is fairly small, need to be precise or your mis-hits go wrong
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