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Wilson Reverse Color Racquets

by TN

It’s becoming increasingly popular to introduce new paint jobs and here are some new Wilson Reverse Color Racquets.

The Wilson Reverse Color Racquets are available for three different racquet models: the regular Clash 100, the Blade 98 V7, and the Ultra 100. You can get them from Wilson here.

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How much difference does the pain make? Well, not much for playability, but a lot of players care a lot about the visuals of their racquet. If it’s very important to you, you can even get your racquet painted the way you like it by a company like Unstrung Customs or get a unique design from scratch via Dahcor.

I was never much influenced by racquet design (playability is everything!), but I have a weakness for the Roland Garros-themed Wilson racquets that came out earlier this year. I much prefer that design over my black/red Clash Pros.

Anyway, it’s all highly subjective. That’s why I’m keen to hear how important racquet visuals are to you. What percentage of your decision to play with a racquet is based on its design?

Wilson Reverse Color Racquets

Let’s have a look at them one by one.

Wilson Blade 98 V7 16×19

It’s a racquet I enjoyed for its improved and more flexible feel. You can read my review here.

Wilson Clash 100

I use the Clash Pro a lot these days to save my arm from my intense tennis schedule. It breaks strings and can be tough to control at times, but in terms of comfort/spin/power, it’s a lot of fun to play with. Check out my review here.

Wilson Ultra 100

The Ultra is Wilson’s reply to Babolat’s Pure Drive. Stiff, powerful, spin-friendly. Not for sensitive arms. I reviewed the new Wilson Ultra 100 here.

I personally prefer the Wilson Burn 100 V4 over the Ultra. That gave me a bit better feel and comfort.

What do you think of the Reverse color racquets from Wilson?

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3 comments

Martin January 12, 2021 - 8:12 pm

Nice. I like the blade and ultra reverse colors. The clash not that much. I just bought the RG edition of the blade 98, cant wait to try it! Looks sooo nice. Abrazo amigo! ??

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George January 12, 2021 - 10:28 pm

You say “How much difference does the pain make?” This is perhaps the most awkward and hihgly interesting question of the year, or in my lifetime. Deep philosophy DeLuxe? One more night without enough sleep after reading this? Thank you..? Many thanks for another good article. Best regards George

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Tennisnerd January 13, 2021 - 9:41 pm

Haha! Good typo then! 🙂

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