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Wilson HYPERion 26" Junior Tennis Racquet

$34.99
Wilson HYPERion 26" Junior Tennis Racquet - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Learn the game with improved control from the HYPERion 26" Wilson® junior tennis racquet. Easy to swing with a strung weight of only 9 oz, this junior racquet's power system will help your budding tennis star shine in no time. It's 100 sq. in. head size offers larger hitting area for more control for developing players. Swing away with the Wilson® HYPERion 26" Junior Tennis Racquet.
FEATURES:

  • Pre-strung racquet
  • Provides power and control for those learning the game
  • Easy to swing
  • Power system
  • Length: 26"
  • Head Size: 100 sq. in./ 654 sq. cm
  • Weight (strung): 9.0 oz. / 255 g
  • Balance (strung): 3 pts. HL
  • Cross Section: 20 mm Hex Beam
  • String Pattern: 16x19
  • Model: WRT50990U
  • Wilson
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 12620650

Customer Reviews:

Wilson HYPERion 26" Junior Tennis Racquet 2.8 5 4 4
Junk My son is a beginner tennis player and this looked like a good first racquet for him. Unfortunately the build quality of the racquet is junk. Within a few days of ordinary playing, the racquet frame became severely distorted. Dick's replaced it free of charge. However, within a few days of getting the replacement racquet, that racquet frame snapped. September 3, 2014
In a word, AWESOME Fast shippingGreat serviceOne very happy little girl. December 25, 2013
Don't be fooled You may think this is a graphite racquet because it doesn't appear to have a separate throat piece. It is not. It is aluminum just like the other smaller cheap junior racquets. They filled in the joints with some sort of material to make it appear as a solid racquet. I always thought it felt terrible when I would demonstrate with it for my son and now I know why. I discovered this because the material cracked at the throat. At first I thought the graphite cracked but I noticed where the paint has been worn away that the material is aluminum. February 23, 2013
Solid Purchase racquet to introduce daughter to tennis. The racquet performed well. It is light, easy to swing. July 11, 2012
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