Stefanos Tsitsipas new custom racket honors his home country with a Greek-inspired racket design. Tsitsipas will start the clay court season playing this royal blue and silver racket, which features the iconic Greek flag inset on the throat. You can also get this design for yourself in the Wilson Custom Racket Builder.
Roger Federer and Wilson have teamed up to create another line of racquets - TheWilson Pro Staff RF97. Specs:
CHICAGO —Wilson Sporting Goods Co., announced the introduction of its new 2017 Ultra racket line, which delivers more power than the previous generation of the racket while maintaining its versatility from every corner of the court.
CHICAGO – Wilson Sporting Goods Co., announced today the launch of its 2017 Limited Edition (LE) Blade and Burn racket lines, which feature new, highly visible and bold bursts of electric lime green and vibrant orange.
Wilson Sporting Goods Co., announced today the introduction of its new 2017 Burn high performance racket line featuring Countervail® (CV) technology. CV is a one-of-a-kind, layered composite material that reduces the amount of vibration transferred to a tennis player while playing.
CHICAGO – Wilson Sporting Goods Co., announced today the introduction of four new high performance rackets to its Blade performance tennis franchise that feature Countervail technology.
CHICAGO, July 20, 2016 - Long-time Wilson Advisory Staff Member and tennis icon Roger Federer and Wilson Sporting Goods Co., unveiled today the new Pro Staff RF 97 Autograph racket.
In November, Wilson released the second version of their flagship Rush Pro tennis shoe. While the Wilson Rush Pro 2.0 shares a name with its predecessor, don't be fooled into thinking it's just a rehash of the original. Weighing in at just 12.7 ounces in a men's size 9, Wilson has trimmed
We spent months watching, waiting, and gnashing our teeth while Roger Federer tested and played with a blacked-out prototype racquet. Discussion and debate about the new frame was feverish, but concrete details were scarce, leaving Fed fans to wonder about the new frame's specs.