The pairs of racquets I used always seemed like twins unless I was experimenting with different strings. 2. level 1. Veelze. · 7y. Wilson is indeed notorious for bad quality control but I heard their Pro Staff line is generally well QCed and consistent. 1. level 1. jrstriker12.
The purpose of this inspection process is to thoroughly inspect and verify the different weight and measurement of different tennis equipment to ensure that all of the products out of the previous queue are checked for its appropriate weight, size and dimensions as per the quality control guidelines and its product specifications.
Our list of the best tennis racket for power and control will remain incomplete without Wilson Clash 100 tennis racket. The new Clash 100 comes with a unique, flexible frame with explosive speed, lots of spins, and a great feel.
Ultimate Control Rackets. Characteristics are: Small head, heavy weight, thin beam, head light (or even) balance, frame not too stiff. Classic rackets in this category are the Roger Federer range of Wilson Pro Staff rackets, the Djokovic range of Head Speed rackets, or the Andy Murray range of Head Radical rackets.
While it lacks the mass and plough through the heavier Vcore Pro 97 models, the combination of speed, control and spin produces a stable racquet and given I'm a big fan of Yonex racquets due to their quality control this one gets a thumbs up from me.
Q. How important is the quality of the strings on a tennis racket? A. Better string quality certainly helps give you the ball control and speed you want. However, strings in a racket can be replaced easily at any tennis pro shop and most sporting goods stores. In fact, you will need to have your tennis racket restrung regularly, perhaps two to four times per year for novice and intermediate players.