Wilson Blade 98 BLX Tennis Racquet
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Hit the court with the best-selling performance racquet, the Wilson® Blade 98 BLX®. Built for serious competitors who place a premium on feel and control in every position on the court, the Blade 98's mid-plus head, mid-level weight and maneuverable balance point yields a highly productive shot for a match-winning result. The addition of BLX® technology takes the feel of the Blade 98 Tennis Racquet and your game to a new level.
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- Unstrung racquet
- Swing Type: Long + Fast
- BLX® Basalt fiber construction increases power without added weight and delivers clean feedback and better sensation for the ultimate feel
- Model: WRT70611U2, WRT70621U2
- Length: 27 in.
- Head Size: 98 sq. in.
- Weight (Unstrung): 10.7 oz.
- Weight (Strung): 11.3 oz.
- Balance: 2 pts. Head Light
- Cross Section: 20.6 mm Flat Beam
- Pattern: 18 x 20
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 11287367
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Wilson. Blade 98: a good racquet As a 4.0 player, I utilize spin, control and power; this racquet comes thru on spin, control and, surprizingly power too. I purchased my first Wilson Blade 98 3 years ago, was happy, and now I have two. I strung this one more on the power side (closer to the 50 psi than the 60 psi , the range Wilson recommends) (Note: the lower the range (50) the higher the power, the higher the range, the more control you get). Dicks reps did a good job in explaining the racquet differences and the frame arrived is just days; very good. They even got the handle size correct! And the Dicks rep showed me various string types; I went for the best this time. He was good in his explanation. My complaint is with Wilson: If someone springs for a few hundred bucks for a racquet and strings, can't you include a racquet cover with the Wilson name on it. Come on Wilson, where's the matching cover?!!!!!! Like the last Wilson Blade I got, I'm left on my own to search for a cover and a tennis bag. Dick's had none: Come on Wilson! December 22, 2013
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