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Racquet Specs

  • Head Size: 95 sq. in MP
  • Length: 27.5 inches
  • Weight: Strung — 11 oz Unstrung — 10.5 oz
  • Tension: 53-63 Pounds
  • Balance:  3 Pts Head Heavy
  • Beam Width: 25mm
  • Composition: Basalt/Karophite Black
  • Flex: 71
  • Grips Type: Wilson Performance Hybrid
  • Power Level: Low-Medium
  • String Pattern:
  • 16 Mains / 20 Crosses
    Mains skip: 7T, 9T, 7H, 9H
    One Peace
    No Shared Hole 
  • Swing Speed: Medium-Fast
  • Swing Weight: 336

Wilson BLX Tour Limited Racquet Review

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With 14 Wilson BLX racquets coming out in full-force, the BLX Tour Limited is definitely among a distinguished heritage. The frame features power holes at the 3 and 9 o’clock position for added pop along with an extra half an inch extension for added reach in a manageable weight end for control. This new racquet looks promising to start the New Year off with a bang.


I was able to get a nice blend of power from the new power hole design but also enough control to keep a solid baseline to baseline stroke in play from the smaller 95 sq in head size. The extension not only allowed me to whip the racquet a little more to produce some added spin, but I also found the extra length to come in quite handy for harder to reach shots. Topspin and slice were there but I did not notice an excess amount. This was a great tweener racquet leaning on the side of control.


The extra reach although small, made a significant difference on my volleys as I found it much easier to reach some shots that I would otherwise not with a standard length near the midcourt. However, the same could not be said for volley techniques directly at the net as it was a little more difficult to adjust to shots that projected straight at me with limited recoil and reaction time. The power holes really make a difference when it comes to the tennis ball coming off the string bed with a more responsive feel. Feel was great as I could hit angle volleys on demand from almost any position. I was able to attune to the frame and easily make adjustments to optimize my returns.


The frame exhibits a remarkable game play for heavy servers who love to put forth a great deal of force behind their service. I was able to vary the service angle with enough precision whether it be down line or to a corner to throw off opponents. The 95 sq in gave me more than enough control to keep the ball right on target for a fast paced serve and volley approach.


To some extent, the new BLX Tour Limited was easier to maneuver with plenty of pop and precision than its cousin; the BLX Tour. It is definitely a unique racquet of choice among the Wilson line up that resonates with the player. I recommend every player of a 4.0 level or higher give this racquet a try. I highly recommend this frame for players who are comfortable hitting with plenty of power and pace but are interested in a more moderate and versatile weight to maneuver with ease across the court.