Wilson Tour Limited BLX
Released November, 2010
The Pros:Great feel and power on groundstrokes. 16x20 string pattern allows you to generate lots of spin. Packs plenty of power due to its weight.
The Cons:Fairly heavy, restricting maneuverability somewhat. Longer-than-normal length may take some getting used to.
The Wilson Tour Limited BLX is a tennis racket designed with the guidance of Justine Henin, and is meant to provide powerful shots from deep in the court and increased precision. This is similar to the Wilson Tour BLX, with the same head size and only a half-inch more length, but the weight has been increased dramatically in order to shift the weight further head-light.
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The most visible difference comes at the cross section, which is redesigned as a 25mm Dual Taper. The length of 27.5 inches and 95 inch head are balanced at 4 points head-light, which is accomplished by increasing the unstrung weight to 297g. This racket is strung in a 16x20 pattern.
- Designed with Justine Henin
- New grommet design
- Tournament level play
- Length: 27.5 in
- Grip Sizes: 4 1/8, 4 1/4, 4 3/8, 4 1/2, 4 5/8
- Balance: 4 pts HL
- Head Size: 95 in
- Unstrung Weight: 297g
- Strung Weight: 313g
- Pattern: 16x20
- Cross Section: 25mm Dual Taper
User Reviews (2)
Great feel and power on groundstrokes.
16x20 string pattern allows you to generate lots of spin.
Packs plenty of power due to its weight.
Very forgiving due to a large sweet spot.
Very solid feel for volleys and serves.
Fairly heavy, restricting maneuverability somewhat.
Longer-than-normal length may take some getting used to.
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