Wilson Ultra 100 Tennis Racket Review

In this article, we will highlight the benefits and the drawbacks of this product. We’ve done all the research for you so that all you need to decide is if this product is the one for you. That leaves less hassle for you so that you can spend more time trying out your new racket on the court.

Wilson Ultra 100

What Makes This a Great Racket?

The racket is designed to have a lightweight frame which accommodates making powerful shots as well as it handles any style of playing in an excellent manner. The geometry of the frame also aids in the ability of the racket to handle powerful shots. The head-light balance feature suits aggressive play from all parts of the court. Along with this, the racket is designed with an easy-to-grip handle to help secure each shot. The grip size circumference is LO (100 to 102 mm). The head size is 645 sq cm with a weight of 280 g, this is without the strings being accounted for, and a length of 68.58 cm. The racket is available in navy blue or solid blue.

The grip used on the racket is great. Most players have stated that they experienced less arm soreness after using it. This is because the grip absorbs the vibrations of each hit in a very effective way. With this, the string tension is very much in favour of the player. It is very comfortable to use and gives more control to the player when directing the ball. Its lightweight feature makes the racket easy to manoeuvre and swing and overall, helps in making the playing experience more pleasurable.

Any Downsides?

If you are a more advanced player, you will need to restring or re-grip the racket in order to make it better for you to use. This can be quite a time consuming and expensive. However, most advanced players have claimed that this is not entirely necessary. Although, this does come down to preference, which is very subjective.
The cost of the racket is not exactly budget-friendly. In saying this, you do get what you pay for and if you are looking for a quality tennis racket then this is for you. The features of this racket are something that you cannot find on a racket that has a lower price point.

Who Is This Racket For?

This racket is the perfect fit for intermediate to advanced players. The string tension and overall design, as stated above, are complimentary to someone that has experience in playing tennis and want to better their skills. This is because the racket offers the ability to produce powerful shots. These shots are useless if the player does not know how to control them. For this reason, the racket would not be the best option for a beginner. With this, the racket is versatile and can accommodate players with a balanced, all-court style of play as well as an aggressive style of play due to its head-light balance structure, as mentioned above.

Wilson Ultra 100

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About Mark Bailey

Hi, 👋 I'm Mark Bailey. I’ve been in the racket sports industry for 11 years and counting! You could say I’m a bit of a racket guru. I have experience with tennis, squash, badminton and table tennis at an international level. My blog is all about providing you with tips to improve your game as well as sharing my experiences from different tournaments around the world. In addition to this, when there's snow on the ground (in winter) I like to take advantage of it by going snowboarding in France! And even when there's not any snow left... My Labrador Rocky always needs walking!

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