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Wilson K 6.1 Tennis Racquets Thursday, January 20, 2011

Just like all the racquets in Wilson's K 6.1 series, the K 6.1 95 maximizes control and allows the player to confidently place their shots anywhere on the court. Unlike other control-oriented racquets, this racquet's 95 in. head size allows for some forgiveness when the player misses the sweet spot. The K 6.1 95 is available in two string patterns, and this particular version (the 16x18) is more open allowing for a slight increase in power.

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Wilson K Blade Tennis Racquets Thursday, January 20, 2011

Wilson improved on it's popular nBlade 98, with the brand new [K]Blade 98. By incorporating the patented Wilson K Factor Technology, this racquet is one of the most controllable and versatile player's racquets on the market. With a 98 in. head size and 11.3 oz. weight, the [K]Blade 98's size is average for a player's racquet. What isn't average though is the racquet's maneuverability.

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Wilson K Pro Tennis Racquets Thursday, January 20, 2011

Wilson's K Pro Open was designed to generate an incredible amount of head speed. At 11.1 oz., the racquet flies through the air, increasing the player's ability to generate power and spin. The racquet's 100 in. head size makes it more forgiving than other power frames on the market. This allows the player to be more aggressive on their serve and groundstrokes.

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Wilson K Tour 95 Tennis Racquet Thursday, January 20, 2011

The K Tour 95 maintains the tradition of being one of Wilson's most versatile racquets. It's the racquet of choice for the number one woman in the world, Justine Henin, and is a fantastic all-court racquet. At only 10.6 oz., this racquet is easy to handle and is maneuverable at the net, giving the player the ability to respond quickly. Despite its weight, The K Tour does not sacrifice control like most other light racquets.

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Wilson K Five Tennis Racquets Thursday, January 20, 2011

Wilson created the K Five 98 to give the player the best of both worlds, power and control. The lightweight 10.1 oz. frame provides an excellent amount of swing speed to create pace on all shots. The 98 in. head size condenses the sweet spot and allows for more precision than other light racquets on the market. This combination is unique for most midplus racquets and enhances various aspects of the players game.

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