Wilson brings back the n1! With its 115 square inch head and thick beam, this racquet is loaded with comfort and power. Beginners will love the large hitting area because it ensures that performance remains high even when contact is less than perfect. At 27.9 inches long, the n1 will enable you to attack the ball with extra momentum, resulting in easier access to power and spin. The n1 features Wilson's time-tested nCode Technology, which targets the racquet's molecular level in order to improve the strength and stability of the racquet. On groundstrokes the n1 rewards compact strokes with easy depth. The large head size makes it easy for improving players to hit the ball cleanly. Players who swing the n1 fast will be rewarded with massive power. Thanks to the open 16x19 string pattern, the power is easily controlled with spin. Even though the n1 is light and maneuverable, its head heavy balance provides good stability on both groundstrokes and volleys. With plenty of pop at net, this is a great choice for both singles and doubles players who like to finish the point with a winning volley. By giving you extra power and easier net clearance, the extended length will supercharge your serve. This is not only a great option for beginner and intermediate players, but it should work very well for the senior player looking to regain a lost step. The price to performance ratio makes this one of the better values in Wilson's line (especially for those who want comfort and power).
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