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Thread: Wilson K Surge

  1. #1

    Smile Wilson K Surge

    Hi guys,

    I would be very greatful for any feedback on this racquet from anyone who has used it, demoed it, knows someone who has or who knows what type/rating of player it is aimed at.

    Finding information/opinions on this stick is very hard.

    I could really use some opinions.

    Many thanks.

  2. #2

    Probably no help

    I just picked up a Wilson Prostaff Classic. Its probably not for you but i picked it up at Cash Converters. It is still a very playable racquet but heavy.
    So maybe its another source for you to look at.
    This racquet came out in the early 90,s so it shows me that new is not always better. When you get this racquet moving it feels like you are hitting the ball with a brick wall. I will be looking at more Classic racquets as they are tried and true. So if you buy from the pawn shops and make a mistake it doesent cost much. I just paid for a slazenger with a 650 power level so i will have a chance to check it out.
    Because we live in OZ and play on synthetic -grass courts a lot, our racquets dont get all the damage of the hard court players

  3. #3
    Thanks haretrigger,

    Your contributions are always interesting and useful.


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