Wilson US Open 23
Released October, 2010
The Pros:Very inexpensive, great choice for beginners and kids. Light enough for children under 10 to handle and maneuver. Durable, frame resists physical damage from impact.
The Cons:Can be difficult to control accuracy of shots. Difficult to put spin on ball.
The Wilson US Open 23 is a low-cost tennis racket designed for maximum maneuverability and light weight. This follows the Wilson US Open 21, extending the length by 2 inches for a better reach and maintaining the same 95 inch head size.
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The weight is increased to 195 grams, which helps to shift the balance to 5 points head-light. This racket is followed by the Wilson US Open 25, which adopts a significantly heavier build and larger head size, but only a minor adjustment to the balance. BLX technology is used to dampen vibrations when contact with the ball is made, reducing fatigue in the elbow and shoulder.
- Balance for easy control
- BLX Technology
- Length: 23 in
- Balance: 5 pts HL
- Head Size: 95 in
- Strung Weight: 6.9oz, 195g
- Pattern: 16x19
- Cross Section: 21mm C Beam
User Reviews (1)
Very inexpensive, great choice for beginners and kids
Light enough for children under 10 to handle and maneuver
Durable, frame resists physical damage from impact
Well balanced, allows beginners to swing evenly
Large sweet spot is forgiving on mishits
Can be difficult to control accuracy of shots
Difficult to put spin on ball
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