Wilson WRT531300 Pro Staff 6.1 26 Blx Tennis Racquet
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- Head Size: 100 square inches, graphite construction
- Strung Weight: 2523 grams, Cross Section: 22 millimeters dual taper
- Used by professional players like Roger Federer, Pete Sampras and Edberg
- Braided graphite construction for added control and feel
- Ideal for juniors looking for serious gameplay
- Shares the appearance of Roger Federer personal frame designed for juniors
- Warranty: Manufacturer's replacement warranty against frame manufacturing defects no warranty on gutting
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Wilson is an American sports firm which deals in gear and accessories related to badminton, basketball, baseball, softball, football, golf, racquetball, soccer, squash tennis and volleyball. Their high-end quality products are used by numerous sport personalities worldwide. This firm was found in 1913 from then it has been relentlessly producing the best sports goods for all major sports around the world. Tom Brady, Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Dustin Pedroia, David Wright, Derrick Rose, Mike Small, Brian Wilson and many more use their gear to make their mark in their respective sport matches. Please note for warranty claims brand visibility sticker should not be damaged.
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He has have quite a few rackets in the past 3 years
but this is the best one for him. I saw he swing the racket
in his tennis lesson this afternoon and it was a lot improvements
than ever. Highly recommended for junior pro.
I gave 4 stars instead of 5, because I don't have the expertise to properly rank it and because I don't have anything to compare it to, except for the cheap generic racket.