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For the Pro Staff 97, 97L, and 97UL, Wilson has adjusted the construction of the racquets with a new technology, Braid 45. With Braid 45, the fiber tubes are set at a 45-degree angle to allow the racquets to “breathe” more and improve ball pocketing while maintaining the stability of the Graphite, Kevlar braid.
This is why every racquet you purchase comes with a hard plastic head guard. It acts as the last line of defense for the top of the frame, and absorbs quite a bit of the impact, while protecting the structural integrity of the racquet.
As brown foliage rears its beautiful head and the mornings start to get crisper and cooler, it’s time to tuck your tennis whites away and bring out the dark, deep tones. Or better yet, wave goodbye to those yesteryear styles and embrace the vivacity of the current trends as you hit the tennis courts.
Hybrids are everywhere in 2019. Mattresses, automobiles, cocktails, bicycles, clothing, and tennis strings. A hybrid is defined as a combination of a couple elements. We’re seeing more and more manufacturers combine various types of strings to give players their ideal combo in one set rather than multiple sets.
It’s that time of the year! Read More