Wilson blx PS 6.1 95 vs head YT Radical Pro

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  1. Nikae

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    **I meant head YT IG Radical pro**

    Has anyone played with both rackets? How would you compare them as far as feel goes? I mean the feel when you hit the ball. Some reviews wrote that the feel is "muted" for both.....does that mean soft?

    Which racket you liked more and why?

    Thanks :)

    Hope you understand my English.
     
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  2. Long Face

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    The Wilson Pro Staff Six.One 95 BLX is less stiff, and less powerful.
     
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  3. Dreamcastin

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    I cant comment on the head, but the wilson is slightly muted but has good feel(imo). To me it takes some of the harsh feel out of groundstrokes while maintaining good feedback for touch/feel shots.
     
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  4. chizzle

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    I would disagree that the Wilson is less stiff. The Rad Pro is much more flexible. The Pro Staff 95 is muted for sure, but it lacks plow.

    If you hit with topspin, the Rad Pro is rewarding. But coming from other player racquets, it can be more powerful than you're used to...
     
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  5. Long Face

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    The Head Radical has more "plow" because it is less head light. It is almost an even balanced racquet.

    The Pro Staff is very head light.
     
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