Wilson [K] Factor [K] Court
Released January, 2001
The Pros:Good choice for junior players looking to upgrade to an adult-sized racquet. Great price point for the quality. Rigid frame offers added stability at ground.
The Cons:Its large headsize and head-heavy design isn't for everybody.
The Wilson [K] Factor [K] Court is part of the all around series of [K] Factor rackets introduced by Wilson. This particular racket possesses power, performance and control at a lower price than other rackets in the series.
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It contains Wilson's [K] factor Technology which is designed specifically to improve the control. This technology is broken down into four specific parts of the racket; the frame is made of [K]arophite to make the racket stronger and more stable, the [K]ontour Yoke changes the shape of the frame to increase torsional stability, the [K]onnector near the handle creates more control and a larger sweet spot and finally the [K]ompact Centre also near the handle provides maneuverability. All of these components ultimately work together to increase the the control and forgiveness of the racket. The all around series is made for those looking for maximum control while not losing any of the power.
- Headsize - 100"
- Strung Weight - 9.9 oz
- Length - 27"
- String Pattern - 16 x 20
- Strung balance - 1 pts. HL
- Cross Section - 22 mm Flat Beam
- Double Hole
- Quad Shaft
User Reviews (1)
Good choice for junior players looking to upgrade to an adult-sized racquet.
Great price point for the quality.
Rigid frame offers added stability at ground.
Large sweet spot ensures more consistent volley performance.
Generates a lot of power--doesn't require much backswing.
Excellent feel--Double Hole technology allows for greater string flex on impact, increasing accuracy and control.
Its large headsize and head-heavy design isn't for everybody.
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