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5 Best Wilson Tennis Racquets – Updated 2021

Wilson is one of the most well-recognized brands when it comes to tennis racquets. Top players such as Roger Federer, Venus Williams, and Serena Williams use Wilson racquets. Among the next generation, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Borna Coric use Wilson racquets.

Wilson not only makes good racquets but is also excellent at signing famous stars to sponsorship deals. Wilson also makes Luxilon strings, which are used by top pros.

Top Wilson Tennis Racquets

Wilson Pro Staff  RF 97

RF in the racquet’s name is for Roger Federer, who worked with Wilson to design this racquet.  This racquet has everything – feel, power, and control.  This is a great racquet for intermediate to advanced players who like to take big cuts at the ball.

97-inch sq.  head size may be too small for some but the racquet makes it up with power.  At 12 oz unstrung, this racquet is on the heavier side.

The racquet allows you to hit penetrating shots from the baseline and crisp volleys at the net. It’s not surprising that a lot of top pros use this racquet.

Wilson Hyper Hammer

If you are looking for a racquet that is lightweight and has a big sweet spot, Wilson Hyper Hammer is a great racquet for you.  With 110 sq. inches head and weighing only 9 oz, this is a great racquet for beginner to intermediate players.

This racquet is slightly longer (27.5 inches) than a standard racquet and that gives you extra leverage and reach. The racquet gives you good power to hit from the baseline.  The racquet has surprisingly good control given its specs.

This is one of the best Wilson racquets you will find.  It’s affordable, lightweight but still gives you plenty of power and control.

Wilson Clash 100

Wilson Clash offers an excellent combination of feel and power.  It is great for intermediate to advanced players. The racquet has just the right amount of flexibility and is comfortable as you hit the ball.

The big sweet spot means that you can hit more balls in the sweet spot of the racquet. With a flex rating of 55, this racquet is easy on your arm and wrist.

The racquet offers good control and allows you to hit the ball with spin. The racquet is lightweight (11 0z) and some players will feel that they could a little more weight, especially when volleying at the net.

Wilson Blade 98 v7

Wilson Balde comes in many sizes.  But the 98 sq. inch version is the most popular among top professional tennis players. Version 7 of this racquet uses FeelFlex technology (previous versions used Countervail technology), which improves the stability and flexibility of the racquet.

This racquet has a softer feel that is great for generating spin. The Blade racquets are known for their power and this one doesn’t disappoint. The racquet also offers good control for aggressive baseline players.

While this racquet has a good feel, players will notice that it has slightly less power than the previous version.  You will have to swing through the ball to generate power.

Wilson Ultra 100

Wilson Ultra 100 has everything to take your game to the next level. The tagline for the Wilson Ultra is “Power to the people”. It sure doesn’t disappoint in that area.

The racquet has a large sweet spot and provides excellent power and spin. Players can generate easy topspin using this racket. Your serves will have a nice pop as the ball explodes through contact.

This is a great racquet for baseliners who like to swing at the ball. This is a stiff racquet, so it’s not arm-friendly.  Keep that in mind especially if you are prone to arm or elbow pain.

Wilson Company History

Wilson Sporting Goods was founded in 1913 as The Ashland Manufacturing Company. Wilson is based in Chicago, Illinois. Luxilon, a well-known brand for tennis strings is also owned by Wilson.

It is currently a subsidiary of ANTA Sports Products Limited, a Chinese sports manufacturing company based in Jinjiang. ANTA paid  $5.2 billion to acquire Wilson in 2018. From 1989 to 2018, Wilson was a subsidiary of Finnish group Amer Sports.

Wilson also makes products for other sports such as football, baseball, basketball, pickleball, volleyball, and golf.