Wilson [K] Factor [K] Surge
Released September, 2009
The Pros:Good accuracy, not hard to send the ball right where you want it. Maneuverable enough for beginner-level players to see some success with it. Large sweet-spot, easy to hit with.
The Cons:Lighter rackets are available, falls on the high end of average. Doesn't have the extreme power-generation of more head-heavy rackets.
The Wilson [K] Factor [K] Surge is a premier tennis racquet built for intermediate and advanced players at the 3.0 to 4.5 level. Truthfully, it is suited for almost anyone, as it is light, maneuverable, and very spin friendly.
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It delivers superior balance of power and control, yet is still heavy enough (10.3oz) for advanced players seeking a lot of spin and pace off a relatively short swing. Included also is Wilson’s Karophite Black technology, which delivers more feel and stability through nanoscopic-changes in the racquet frame. According to critics, the Wilson [K] Factor [K] Surge is highly recommended for intermediate players who are gradually approaching an advanced level; it allows for a weight increase and more expert-level techniques.
- Premier Tennis Racquet
- 3.0-4.5 Level
- Lots of Spin
- Karphite Black
- Head Size: 100sqin
- Length 27”
- Strung Weight: 10.3oz
- Balance: 1 pt Head Light
- Swingweight: 301
- Stiffness: 68
- Composition: 70% Karophite Black
- Composition: 30% Graphite
- Power Level: Medium
- Swing Speed: Moderate-Fast
- Grip Pattern: True Grip
- String Pattern: 16/19
User Reviews (1)
good accuracy, not hard to send the ball right where you want it
maneuverable enough for beginner-level players to see some success with it
large sweet-spot, easy to hit with
built with lightweight components, not too heavy for most players
easy to create lots of spin without much effort
grip is comfortable and won't slip or come loose
high quality construction will last for years at a time
lighter rackets are available, falls on the high end of average
doesn't have the extreme power-generation of more head-heavy rackets
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