Remember the Wilson BLX Blade that we spotted in the city back in September? It’s still been on our mind. The series of Six.One Blades that Wilson has put out have been high quality as a pack, and we’re giving thumbs up to most of the collection. The racquet has a “classic Wilson feel,” which means that you get pin-point accuracy and a good connection with the ball, especially if you want to hit consistently from the baseline. Below the Six.One Tour BLX. And how can you not dig the tan-colored grip on this baby? Classic, indeed. Buy it: on TennisWarehouse for $199.
If you want a racquet with a little bit of a different feel from the Wilson but still the same results, we’re digging Yonex’s EZONE, with a 100-inch head and a 27-inch length. Big-hitters like Monica Seles have favorited these racquets for a simple back-swing and a frame that the ball bounces off of. Buy at TennisExpress for (also) $199.
See our kids’ picks after the cut.
For the kids: Tennis.com put together a great collection of kid racquet suggestions when 10 & Under tennis announced back in September. Below, our face. Check out their full list here.
HEAD offers the Agassi or Steffi for kids, each according to length (and age). Above, the HEAD Ti Agassi 19″ for $24.95. For a full list of HEAD’s kids racquets, click here.
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