wilson k blade 98

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  1. Reezy

    Reezy New User

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    whats everyone think about it?
     
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  2. benh2023

    benh2023 New User

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    I prefer the K Blade Tour

    I have played with the K Blade 98's and they are a touch too light for me. I liked the Tour version better. More solid feel, really nice slice capability, great pop on serve. If you have technically solid strokes then the Tour is a great stick. It's got a smaller head so I would not recommend it if you get a lot of off-center hits. Cheers, Ben.
     
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  3. dennis1188

    dennis1188 Semi-Pro

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    I hv many friends (4.0) playing with this racket (blade 98 and like it).
    BTW they recommmend to buy used for better deal.
    They also, comment that wilson quality is not as good as head
    (few cracked frames in lower hoop and in handle thats why they say get
    used one in 'almost new' for a better deal than new.
     
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  4. TennisNinja

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    I really like it. Nice pop, not too heavy, comfy racket hats pretty good all around.
     
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  5. DownTheLine

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    It's a very popular frame around here. I liked it when I demoed it a year ago, but my game has changed alot since.
     
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  6. AllDownTheLine

    AllDownTheLine Rookie

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    I've gone through every frame possible (except for Prince and Kennex) from every manufactuer and I have finally settled on the KBlade 98.
    I love it and have not thought of changing for 7 months now and counting. This is a keeper.
     
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  7. domhas1

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    I wanted to try this racquet, but was a little turned off by the 18x20 string pattern
     
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  8. Kevo

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    I liked it when I demoed it. It was kind of surprising that it hit as nicely as it did. It kind of straddles the fence between tweener and player frame.
     
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