Thread: Wilson, good or bad?
01-01-2009, 08:11 PM #18
I cant remember sorry but its the first generation ncode and the heaviest in the line for pro players as per the sales clerk. I had two rackets during that time the AT 800 OFF and the wilson Ncode and believe me the performance is way out of level. Yonex NS are pretty expensive then so i got the ncode and I'm just too glad that it broke easily really sorry but that is my experience.
01-01-2009, 09:12 PM #19
I used several medium range wilson rackets a few years ago. I forgot the model but they were all extremely head heavy and very flexible. Overall it was distracting playing with it because of the flexibility. Might be good for plastic...
Are the new high end wilsons very different in 'feel?'
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