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WILSON Blade 93

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Launched: 2013

Subcategory: Tour Racquets

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22.6%

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4.40

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General Information

Tennizoom ID:
181159
Product:
WILSON Blade 93
Product Group:
Subcategory:
Launched:
2013

Specifications

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Head size
93 sq. in.
600 sq. cm
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Length
27 in.
68,58 cm
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Strung weight
12.03 oz.
341 g
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Balance
12.75 in.
32,40 cm
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Balance points
6 pts HL
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Stifness
67
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Grip type
Sublime Grip
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Composition
Basalt

Extended Specifications

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Swingweight
333
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Swing speed
Fast
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Power formula
2025
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Power level
Low
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Beam width
21 mm / 21 mm / 21 mm
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String pattern
18 / 20
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Stringing type
One Piece

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4stars
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2stars
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Average Rating

4.40

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(4.40)

Volleys

(4.30)

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(4.40)

Topspin

(4.50)

Returns

(4.10)

Groundstrokes

(4.30)

Simba Abiola


Player Level: 6 |


What a great racquet. Absolute dynamite in precision.

What a great racquet. Absolute dynamite in precision. Very fast through the air due to the small 93 head, playing surprisingly soft for it stiffness rate, and the Amplifeel Technology seams to really work! Extremely well balanced too! You have to provide your own power and it is a very string sensitive stick as well. Last but not least, do not expect to be very much forgiving, but this is logical considering the 93' head. Definitely worth a demo.

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Nicoline Ostergaard


Player Level: 2 |


Stable as a rock. Reminds me of a more plush and flexible,

Stable as a rock. Reminds me of a more plush and flexible, more forgiving Pro Staff 85. I played several weeks with it so far and quite impressed. The BLX version of this stick was "harsh." It didn't pick up the vibration the way this one does. The 93 sq. inch head size does in fact play larger and the sweet spot feels like it extends further up to the hoop than other player's sticks. It's a good stick for those who want a 93 sq. inch head and who can generate their own power and control. Nice offering from Wilson.

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Mary Olofsson


Player Level: 4.5 |badges2 |


All I can say is wow! Tremendous plow through. Strung

All I can say is wow! Tremendous plow through. Strung the racquet with Solinco Revolution (Blue) 17 at 47lbs. I had no trouble generating the power I wanted, maybe due to the string tension. Kept the ball deep in the court; great angles; plenty of spin on the serve. Installed a small, lightweight vibration dampener. I hadn't been able to rip a one-hand topspin backhand in years (I'm 53), but had no trouble with that shot with this racquet/string combo. Everyone 4.0 and up should demo this racquet.

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Marcel Wieirg


Player Level: 4.5 |


Just a fantastic racquet. I am a 4.0/4.5 player who

Just a fantastic racquet. I am a 4.0/4.5 player who prefers to play at the baseline in singles, but also plays a fair amount of doubles. This racquet gives me tremendous control and a very satisfying level of feel on groundstrokes. It also is much more forgiving than I would have expected. Handles serves wonderfully and just feels great to hold. Tremendous balance. I feel like I can hit any shot I want with this racquet. I agree with other comments about stringing in the middle or just below the manufacturers recommended string tension.

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Laura Pereira Silva


Player Level: 5 |badges1 |


I played with the new Blade for two days now and I

I played with the new Blade for two days now and I love it. I'm coming off of last year's Six.One 95 16x18. Initially, I carried over the same poly (Wilson Duo Sensation) which was simply too harsh to play with in the new Blade. I replaced the strings with Babolat VS 16g and Synthetic Gut 16g @ 55lb with the gut in the mains and bingo, perfection! On serve, it had accuracy with power. The forehand doesn't (yet) have the same plowthrough as my 6.1, but I think it's just the second day of playing and I'm getting use to the slightly lighter and thinner beam. Volleys and slices are amazing. I play with a two-handed backhand it works like a charm! If the plowthrough doesn't occur in the next month or so, I may apply some lead tape for added weight. I would certainly demo the racquet, but keep in mind strings are key in this stick.

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Morgan Braxton


Player Level: 3.5 |badges1 |


I am a 4.0 and I played with the demo version of this

I am a 4.0 and I played with the demo version of this racquet to compare it to my current racket and the Wilson Six One 95 18x20 demo. I found this racquet lacking in heft and mass compared to Six One. It also has less plow through and feel. On the other hand if you are looking for a lighter 93 sq. in. in a 18x20 pattern than this could be your choice. My game is old style with flat shots and continental grip for almost all strokes so I prefer the heavier Six One 95 or even the Head Prestige Mid 93.

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Bradley Bateson


Player Level: 3.5 |badges6 |


I took this for a demo after reading the reviews and

I took this for a demo after reading the reviews and I was blown away. The demo was a brand new stick with plastic still on the grip. It hit absolutely perfect! I ordered a new one exactly the same way (string and all). I'm not sure what's going on with Wilson's quality control, but this one is just not the same. It still hit's well, but nowhere near as solid as the demo. I've given it almost two months too. Oh well.

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Karp Krumin


Player Level: 4.5 |


I demoed this one along with several other Wilson racquets

I demoed this one along with several other Wilson racquets and I think it has potential but seems to not have a "target" market. The handle on this racquet is quite compact, making my two hand backhand grip feel clustered. It's also a rather "dead" feeling frame. I have to watch the ball to know if it is going to drop in because of the feel you can't tell if you hit a great shot or a terrible one. Maybe the demo was strung too tightly, but regardless this one just didn't feel quite right. Might be a good option for a player looking for a mid's control but a somewhat unusual lightness to the frame.

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Atso Helenius


Player Level: 3 |badges7 |


As a 'player's frame' this stick is just not as solid

As a 'player's frame' this stick is just not as solid as I expected. The words that come to mind is 'hollow', even 'tinny.' I didn't play with the previous version, but compared to my Volkl Powerbridge 10 Mid this frame comes across as harsh and unstable, despite its specs. That solid deep 'thump' of a well-struck ball I was expecting, just isn't there.

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Amparo Loro Raro


Player Level: 2 |


Let me say this first, this racquet is not for everyone.

Let me say this first, this racquet is not for everyone. First, you have to have the muscle. Second, you need the technique. But when you do have those two things, it's a wonderful racquet, it is just absolutely solid with groundstrokes. Definitely a single-backhander's racquet. Serves and volleys were by far my favorite shots to hit. Power isn't actually lacking too much, when strung at 56 pounds you can still rip the ball. Control is where this racquet shines, but you really have to concentrate on the ball. Overall, I would chose this racquet over the 98 16x19 for the solidity, control and feel.

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