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Wilson Clash 108 Racquet Customer Reviews

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I could get under the ball and hit more angled groundstrokes to pull my opponent off the court. The racquet is definitely more stable than the stiffness rating tells you, and the flex creates a nice cupping effect of the ball in the string bed. This is where the magic and wow-effect of the Clash lies, they have managed to create a racquet that plays like a powerful, spin-friendly frame, but is much easier on the arm and has a plusher feel. Wilson utilized digital simulation to better understand frame geometry which gives the Clash its stability and power while maintaining flexibility. I also have to mention the string. I got a bit of extra power from a lower tension but also liked the racquet with 25 kg of.

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Clash Racquet: Wilson's Newest Tennis Racquet

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It is soft, arm-friendly, yet still packs a punch. Players that hit with a flat ball or plenty of top spin will get maximum ball pocketing and excellent control from Free Flex technology that is based on Wilson's carbon mapping design process. Wilson Clash Review: Performance When I got a chance to get out on the tennis courts to hit, I knew from the first ball this frame design was going to be a winner. We fans of skinny, soft sticks would love to hear your answer to Vedran above Dec 26 on how the Clash compares to Phantom Pro 100P. An open level aggressive baseliner. It is not over or underpowered, the sweet spot is quite generous and despite the low weight, it is pretty stable. Thanks, and I love your videos! However, I was pleasantly surprised on my slice.

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Wilson Clash Racquet Review

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If I had different stroke mechanics I don't think I'd experience these big misses, but with my longer, fast-swinging returns, I just lost some control and targeting when I tried to be aggressive. Chris thought the racquet's blend of maneuverability, control and stability was great for returns. This helped me go from defense to offense with ease. This should hopefully help me tame this racket and deaden the feel a little bit more to my liking. The Clash comes ready to be hit straight out of the box and stronger players can check out the upcoming Clash Tour edition which is supposed to be 15 grams heavier similar to Pure Aero Tour. Again, I think the Clash is well suited to players who feel they are being held back by injuries.

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Wilson Clash 100 Racquet Review

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I had great control over where the ball was landing, and I was able to be very precise. The problem is, neither of those rackets really worked for me, and neither did the Wilson Clash 100 Tour from the back of the court. StableSmart Maintains high-performing stability while also enhancing the flexibility of the racket. Volleys: Definitely stable for its weight. I enjoyed the very crisp feel and excellent control. The Clash has a fairly thick frame, but it is super flexible, which means comfort and feel.

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Wilson Clash 100 Racquet

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For the most part, the Clash 100 was able to do its job effectively. If you play a flat and precision-oriented game, I think you will find this racquet a bit clunky and too powerful. At 108 square inches and just 9. It felt like it got pushed around against bigger hitters, and off-center shots definitely affected the torsional stability. He currently plays with a Wilson Blade 98 16x19 Countervail. The super headlight balance really allowed me to whip the racquet around to pick the ball up and over the net. That is usually to make the racquet stable and boost the power even more.

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Wilson Clash 100 Tour Racket Review

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The Clash 108 should also work for the the dedicated beginner who wants a racquet that will reward improvement. Wilson Clash Tour Racquet Review — Performance The Clash does most things well for players who hit with spin. I felt confident on both first and second serves. Contrary to the seemingly endless desire for more power and spin, a 2017 survey of consumers revealed that the top priority in a racquet was actually control. She is currently using the Prince O3 Beast 98. Anthony: Open level aggressive baseliner with a semi-western forehand and a one-handed backhand. I also had great control of the ball.

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