Wilson Blade 98 104 (265g) January 2017

With this update to the Blade 104, Wilson continues to offer a user-friendly extended length racket. Although the factory targets for weight and balance remain the same, this generation comes with a higher swingweight for even more stability and pop. It's also a tad crisper and firmer which gives the stringbed a more even feel off-center.

Like the previous generation, this racket's extended length allows the player to address the ball with extra momentum, making it a great option for those who want to whip up more pace and spin. There's also plenty of precision thanks to the dense 18x19 string pattern. On the technology side, the Blade 104 comes with Power Holes and Parallel Drilling, two features that enable the strings to absorb greater vibration and transfer more power to the ball.

On groundstrokes the 104 square inch head provides a forgiving hitting area, and the extended length will help you maximise stroke speed, which definitely helps when adding pace and spin to your shots. At net this stick not only feels solid against pace, but the extended length translates into blistering overheads.

The Blade 104 continues to be a great option for the player who wants a user-friendly extended length racket that offers an impressive combination of stability, power and precision.


Head Size: 98in²/632cm²
Length: 27.5in / 70cm
Weight: 10oz / 283g
Unstrung Weight: 9.4oz / 265g
Beam Width: 21mm / 21mm / 21mm   
Composition: Graphite
Racket Colours: Black/Green
Grip Type: Wilson Sublime
String Pattern:
16 Mains / 19 Crosses
Mains skip: 8T,8H
String Tension: 50-60 pounds / 23-27kg

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