Wilson BLX Three Tennis Racquet Review (video)

Wilson BLX Three

Wilson bore no expense when designing their latest BLX Three racquet for extreme comfort. Sporting Triad Technology, which separates the racquet’s hoop from its handle in order to minimize shock, hitting the ball with this new racquet sounds like a cannon….and the ball travels like it was shot out of one.   It also boasts Wilson’s Amplifeel 360 Technology, which also reduces shock while enhancing feel.

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Baseliners will enjoy the racquets 27.5 inch shaft, which is extremely forgiving, and yet powerful.   The enormous 117-square-inch head and thick beam manufactures a sweetspot the size of Rhode Island, which results in a powerful response.

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Perfect for those with compact strokes, the BLX Three delivers great depth.  Faster strokers can gain a hell of a lot of pace and spin.

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At the net, volleys feel very stable, and you can really punch the ball back without too much swing effort.  The strong pop and quick feel allows expert volleyers to put away a point quickly. Lastly, the extended length of the shaft can really give that serve some zip, either flat or with great slice action.

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With basalt construction working to provide added feel and comfort without harsh vibrations, the Wilson Three BLX is great for those who want the best of all worlds:  A large sweetspot, mammoth control and unweilding power. Plus, with a 7-point head heavy balance, the Three BLX gives you all the stability you would ever need.

Check out the specs and demo video from Tennis Express….

Head Size: 117 sq. in OS
Length: 27.5 inches
Weight: Strung — 9.7 oz Unstrung — 9.2 oz
Tension: 55-65 pounds
Balance: 7 Pts Head Heavy
Beam Width: 26.3 mm Dual Taper
Composition: Basalt
Flex: 70
Grip Type: Wilson Comfort Hybrid
Power Level: High
String Pattern: 16 Mains / 19 Crosses
Mains skip: 7H, 9H, 10H
One Piece
No Shared Hole
Swing Speed: Slow
Swing Weight: 317

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