We made our test during the event where we had access to 20+ different Wilson rackets. We got a chance to play with every piece for almost half an hour on clay and our ranking of 3 best Wilson tennis rackets is based on this testing.
Update: Wilson Clash was introduced on 15th February 2019. We tested the racket during May 2019 and we prepared the full review, which can be read here. We updated the ranking and information below. And made Top 4 instead of Top 3 Best Wilson tennis rackets
There are five product types of Wilson rackets. They have different technologies and you can differentiate them by the frame colors. Blue is Ultra, Orange is Burn, Green is Blade, Black is ProStaff and Grey is Clash.
BEST WILSON TENNIS RACKETS
1. WILSON CLASH 100
It was immediately clear when we played first time with Wilson Clash, that we have new #1. Wilson Clash was introduced on the market on 15th February 2019. Wilson marketing says, Clash is a tennis revolution and it is true.
Lightweight but still powerful enough, that is Wilson Clash in five words. This racket for intermediate and advanced players is extremely comfortable, easy to get used and with new technologies for stability and flex. Clash looks massive at first sight but it is really light. You will need just a perfect swing to dominate any tennis match.
WILSON CLASH 100
2. WILSON ULTRA 97
The design is absolutely perfect, with a triangular inner shape which gives Wilson Ultra not just quite a good look, but also aerodynamic properties.
We were afraid of a smaller head, but 97 square inches surprised us with no missed hits. We even do not touch the ball with the frame during the game, which is really surprising given my tennis ability.
The control of the ball is extraordinary, the shots are much stronger I was used to. My game was at least 20 percent better than usual. Really. This is my top pick from Wilson tennis rackets available.
We tested a matte look, but there are also glossy Wilson Ultra available.
WILSON ULTRA 97
3. WILSON BLADE 104
I am used to playing with 98 inches head, anything smaller or larger is unknown territory for me. 104 inches is really big, you can see the difference even with your eyes. I was trying this racket just from curiosity. To find out how it is to hold the same racket as Serena Williams.
I had pretty low expectations, ranging from many off-center hits to rubbing the frame on the clay when running. I was absolutely wrong.
This racket does not let you make off-center hits. The parallel drilling increases the sweet-spot, so even not ideally played hits are covered. The 104 inches head made me no problems at all. The weight is still pleasant at 306 grams, so no tennis elbow is in sight.
I was so surprised that this racket made my three best Wilson tennis rackets rank in a second, without any hesitation.
WILSON BLADE 104
4. WILSON PRO STAFF RF97 AUTOGRAPH
This racket was my favorite before the event. Roger Federer’s name and the superior design. Love at first sight without even trying it on a court.
I tried two versions of RF97. The 290 grams and 335 grams. The lighter one was too light for me, the feeling that you do not have strong enough racket in a hand is terrifying. But the second one was ideal. A little bit too heavier comparing to Ultra and Blade rackets. But the heavy frame gives you so nice swing and so much control over the ball.
You have a matte and glossy version of RF 97 Autograph. Roger Federer’s signature and sign “Designed with Roger in Switzerland. Engineered in Chicago.” on the stick from inside is just the obvious cherry on the top.
WILSON PRO STAFF RF97 AUTOGRAPH
All testing took place during Wilson Ultra Demo Day on September 9, 2017. Here we give our opinion about the rackets we tested and we compare just rackets from this testing event. We do not compare tested rackets with rackets of another brand or from another event. We consider Demo Day as a useful way how to test a higher number of rackets and compare them with each other.