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WILSON Pro Staff 95S

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Launched: 2014

Subcategory: Tour Racquets

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POPULARITY

12.4%

RATE

4.20

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General Information

Tennizoom ID:
218049
Product:
WILSON Pro Staff 95S
Product Group:
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Launched:
2014

Technologies

BLX: BL is basalt, a natural volcanic rock. It’s woven into fine gold fibers with incredible vibration resistance, which are incorporated longitudinally with [K]arophite Black, to create one of the most advanced composites in the industry. Basalt fibers are environmentally friendly, and superior to other fibers in thermal stability, sound insulation, vibration assistance, and durability. Gives the ultimate in frequency reduction, while retaining the responsiveness, stability, and rigidity of carbon fiber.

Amplifeel: Amplifeel handle technology provides an even cleaner and more enhanced feel in the racquet. Amplifeel also allows for a more customized handle system, providing additional handle comfort and thus further maximizing the feel in each racquet and player segment.

ProStaff: ProStaff employs a timeless racquet style developed in the late seventies and early eighties. Featuring a head light balance, thin box beam, braided graphite–Kevlar construction, and perimeter weight system at 3 and 9 o’clock for torsional stability, this is known for providing amazing control and feel.

Spin Effect Technology: Using an open 16x15 string pattern, this technology allows the main strings to deflect more, to provide maximum snapback. The result is a massive spin, punctuated by balls that dive very sharply. This is the first racquet system that actually increases ball RPM, without players needing to radically change their swing speed.

Pro Players

Specifications

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Head size
95 sq. in.
613 sq. cm
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Length
27 in.
68,58 cm
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Strung weight
11.6 oz.
329 g
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Balance
12.63 in.
32,08 cm
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Balance points
7 pts HL
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Stifness
64
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Grip type
Wilson Sublime Grip
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Composition
Graphite/Kevlar/BLX

Extended Specifications

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Swingweight
305
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Swing speed
Fast
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Power level
Low
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Beam width
18mm / 18mm / 18mm
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String pattern
16 / 15
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Stringing type
One Piece
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Stringing tension (pounds)
54 - 64 lbs
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Stringing tension (kg)
24 - 29 kg

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Average Rating

4.20

Feature Averages

Serves

(4.40)

Volleys

(4.40)

Slice

(4.60)

Topspin

(4.00)

Returns

(4.60)

Groundstrokes

(4.80)

Alberto Grande


Player Level: 5 |badges22 |


Overall I do like that it encourages me to play a more

Overall I do like that it encourages me to play a more tactical game rather than just slugging away. It can be added work, but I also commit fewer mistakes. Players who prefer that style and can supply their own power will really like this frame, especially if they seek a soft feel. Throw in the massive spin potential and precise control and the Pro Staff 95S is a real asset for the accomplished all-court player.

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Fukyo Yamamoto


Player Level: 4.5 |


I'm a 5.0-5.5 player

I've been using a Wilson 90 for the last 15 years. I've honeymooned with various sticks, but i've always come back to my 90s. Well, the racquet that has made me finally move on is the 2014 Wilson Pro Staff 95S. This may be the best frame i've ever hit with. The only modifying I did was adding a leather grip and now it is perfection. So fast through the air with just enough plow through, wicked spin, crazy touch and feel -- the ball just explodes off the string bed. So maneuverable, the weight is ideal as I could change strokes on the fly. I could never do that with my K90. Exceptional topspin off both sides, this stick even retained the knife through butter backhand slice and I could easily flatten the ball out for insane winners. Talk about an extension of one's hand!! I could do whatever I wanted with the ball, with ease. I'm not sure about the folks who said it was too low powered, I found easy access to tons of power. It may be because I'm coming from my K90s. If you're a thin box beam 90 user or even a PS88 or PS85 user, you owe it to yourself to demo this amazing stick if you've ever flirted with the idea of moving up in racquet head size, check this stick out. The stick I purchased had Lux 4g in it at around 50 lbs. Just ordered two more strung with Volkl Cyclone 16g at 48 lbs. My usual specs unless I'm doing a VS gut/Lux hybrid. I'm a 5.0-5.5 player

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Kane Gillies


Player Level: 6 |


Im veryy hhhaaaaappppy :D

Very nice racquet. I'm a 4.5 all-court player with a one handed backhand and an eastern forehand. Love the box beam. I've added weight to it to get it around 345g. Very whippy. Not that much added topspin from the spin effect stuff, but when you combine the spin technology with how the frame is built and encourages you to swing then you'll probably end up with faster, loopier spin-producing strokes that will make a noticeable difference in the type of ball you hit. Doesn't really have the "classic" Pro Staff feel, however. Others perceive that it does, but I don't. It's just not as solid and substantial as that. It's also a string-eating monster. If you hit with a lot of spin and play against others who do, then you'll be having to restring more frequently than you have in your life. No kidding. Before you invest in this racquet you really need to consider how you feel about restringing so often. I string my own racquets and I've been using bargain nylon and co-poly for years, so at the moment I'm not bothered by the constant restringing, but you're situation might cause you to feel differently. Oh, the very open pattern makes stringing a breeze. You'll probably be setting record fast stringing times with this racquet. Once again, nice racquet. I transitioned easily from my Tour 90s to this racquet and I'm hitting the ball better than ever. I miss that classic Pro Staff feel, but there's no denying I'm striking the ball better than ever. If you're in the market for a replacement for the demanding Tour 90s, you should probably give this a demo. Now if only I can find a racquet that performs like this, but feels like a real Pro Staff, then my racquet search will be over. Maybe Wilson can fix that in the next few years.

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Jeppe Mogensen


Player Level: 3.5 |


I'm 3.5. It produces heavy topspin, and many times

I'm 3.5. It produces heavy topspin, and many times I think the ball is out, and stays in frequently. A few players commented that my ball has more spin, and it's harder to adjust. I can really take a full cut with confidence now. The kick serve has more bite, and serve with side spin curves out a little more. If you want to hit flat balls like old ProStaff, you are looking at a wrong racket. On the other hand, if you want to punish the ball with a lot of spin, this is the racquet. The lighter swing weight allows me to swing fast too. But it's not too light, and in a pinch, it has enough plow through to push the ball deep. My only complaint is that it's not easy to hit back spin with this. You really have to take pace off from slice or else it goes long easily. You have to adjust approach slice/volley shorter than before. You should own a stringing machine. The string would last half of your normal. I demoed before the purchase, and I broke the poly

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Zack Fisher


Player Level: 3.5 |


second racquet

This is my second racquet. The spin this racquet produces is crazy. I can place the ball deep in the court without worry the ball getting out! From my first hit, I can tell the feel is incredible. I expect more power, however spin technology made up the loss on power. Overall, I am very satisfied with this racquet. I play with Babolat RPM Blast 58 lbs

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