Official Wilson Clash thread

sureshs

Bionic Poster
Yes, that’s what happens for me with this frame too, a la 2016 Nadal
Then unless you have pro-level spin which causes the short shot to spring up and bounce up to the baseline, your shots will not have depth to trouble the opponent.
 

JoelDali

G.O.A.T.
Hi everyone,

I have play tested both the 100 and 100 tour, I can analyse and write for hours in relation to these 2 frames, but I will try to keep it as short as possible.

The main reason of my review is in order to thank Wilson for providing such a racquet in the market.


Is this racquet revolutionary?

Yes, it is! Why?

Because it is really soft, and it is very stable!

It feels like an old school softy but it is modern and powerful!

As one crazy guy asked in the past traveljam and zalize (about 3 years ago) if is possible to develop a PT57A - soft and plush racquet that plays as a Babolat Pure Drive... well, Wilson has almost done it... I am sure more versions will follow.

It is not a PT57A, and by default it cannot feel the same when you have such a wide beam... but you can understand the revolutionary Wilson concept while playing with it...

Revolutionary! Is that all?

Do you want something more? There is!

The amazing thing is that it plays soft when you hit an easy going shot, and it stiffens up when you go big!

In a few words

It is like this racquet (especially the Tour) is consisted from 2 frames:

1st frame is activated and is very flexible when you hit an easy going shot. Let's say you are a descent player (ATP 1000) and you hit at 50%. This 1st frame will be in charge of the shot by 80-90%.

2nd frame which feels like it is within the 1st is activated when you go bigger... the bigger you go the more stiffness and stability you get. But there is always the 1st frame to absorb the initial shock, and give a higher amplitude regarding the frequency. I would not like to analyze in detail what is going on with the vibration and frequencies in these frames, overall they did fantastic job.

It is revolutionary, it is really fun to play with, it is arm friendly.

Arm friendly is a big thing nowadays... THANK YOU WILSON!


Clash 100 Tour

This is a Tour version, indeed. If you have played with genuine pro stocks you can feel straight away that the mass distribution in this racquet follows a proper (customized by the big guys) Tour Pro Stock... and it is amazing because it a light frame... but it is so stable when you go big.

The twist weight feels amazing. Great blend of control and power. A modern stick, and of course you can adjust the lunch angle with proper strings and stringing method.

No time to analyze every stroke in here, but what you may find interesting is my review regarding the volleys. It felt very different to me.

Volleys

It has the stability of a pure drive... but it is not sparky and does not transfer energy straight away to the ball (the racquet is too flexible).

As a result being super compact (as required let's say with 70+ RA frames) produces short volleys.

Therefore an advanced player has to treat the racquet as a literally old school racquet, and kind of follow through (still shortly - but longer than usual) during this compact volley in order to adjust the "absorbed energy" volley. I guess for a beginner or intermediate player (who are not efficient) it is totally fine at the net kind of straight away.

The racquet is different...

Slices is a dream...

Serves are fantastic.


Clash 100

I have found it too light, but I guess it should be fine for regular recreational players.

Big problem is that if you hit lower in the string pattern you get disproportionally big power, it goes erratic, especially if the stringing job is not ideal. Of course this also has to do with stringing job, but in my review I take into consideration what comes from the strings, what from the frame, and what from the stringer... This frame has not a totally uniform reaction throughout the string pattern especially if you go flatter.

I also have to mention that the Clash 100 (not the Tour version) was strung with Luxilon Smart and dynamic tension at 24...

In a few words

With Luxilon Smart = Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde racquet.

Nevertheless, recreational players who muscle the ball, who try to hit the ball big like Kyrgios in rage forehand mode or the eternally average recreational players... this racquet is just right... The frame stiffens up, the string stiffens up, the overall experience remains big time arm friendly, this stick works wonders for the masses.

All shots are acceptably* fine, taking into consideration the target group.

* Acceptably because it can obviously go erratic, and it takes time... possibly long time (ooohhh, but it is fun) to learn its nature.

The less soft and less experienced hands you have... the more erratic nature it has (unless you are registered - due to lack of competence - to always swing at a specific speed), especially if the string job is not super.

Something more?

Keep in mind that with Luxilon Smart at VERY low tension and Clash 100 .....
The Spins Are Sick!



Disadvantages

- Its price.

- The Clash 100 Tour is one of its kind in the market. Yes, you can find more controllable frames in the market, but its control is acceptable (and nothing else incorporating all these amazing properties of the Tour version at the same time).

- The Clash 100 is light for an advanced player. Is it good for the ordinary recreational player? Yes, it is good... BUT there are alternatives out there. For example Yonex 98 DR or Prince Tour 100T (customized) or 100P, even custom Radical microgel, etc. If you string the racquets that I have mentioned in my examples low then you will get the same power, but with more control, better understanding of how the racquet works, and less erratic moments. These alternative frames are still arm friendly.

- The Clash 100 has too high lunch angle in case you like to play kind of flat, but a good stringer will be able to help you with that.

- The paintjob does not feel durable... (maybe Wilson has a reason? not sure)

- The Clash 100 Tour is a ready to play racquet (no customization for the big majority required - forget you usual racquet stats - these racquets play differently). On the other hand the Clash 100 feels that it needs something... but I will not bother you further with customization options!

Last but not least, it will be interesting to play with the Clash for long time... when you take a very stiff racquet to try back the Stiff Era... ooooohhhh... you will love the responsiveness of the stiff racquet in comparison to the flexibility of the Clash... on the other hand you will realize that the Stiff Racquet is nothing more than a drug (side effects included). If you are into drugs then Wilson Clash has a big disadvantage!


The Clash is good for your health!


Main reason for my review is to say a big THANK YOU to Wilson, and I am sure that more companies will try to catch up.


Please accept my apologies for:

A. my poor English
B. the long review
C. not mentioning details (following the review guidelines of other posts within this forum)
Moar Love + Moar Clash + Moar Grand Slams

Love letters to the Clash are inspiring and heartwarming...amaze.
 
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Raul_SJ

Legend
This is why I said comparable, and not the same.

Yes, you are right. The stiffness index as used nowadays goes out the window... and it had too... And this is a reason that Wilson will be thanked in the future... Moving away from RA was about time...
Why does the TW review say it's a "low flex" racquet? Wilson says its the most flexible racquet ever.
Does TW mean "low stiffness index"?

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Raul_SJ

Legend
They mean the RA number is lower. For example, an RA of 45 is lower than an RA of 70
RA is the same as RDC scale?

Flex Rating Defined:​
“Flex” refers to how much a racquet bends (or flexes) when making contact with the tennis ball.​
Flex is measured using the Babolat RDC scale with a range of 0 – 100. The lower the number, the less the stiffness. Stiffer racquets bend less while softer racquets bend more.​
 

mad dog1

G.O.A.T.
RA is the same as RDC scale?

Flex Rating Defined:​
“Flex” refers to how much a racquet bends (or flexes) when making contact with the tennis ball.​
Flex is measured using the Babolat RDC scale with a range of 0 – 100. The lower the number, the less the stiffness. Stiffer racquets bend less while softer racquets bend more.​
Yes.
 

naturallight

Semi-Pro
As someone who really likes racquets like Bab APD's but can't play with them due to their stiffness, I was super excited to see Wilson come out with the Clash. The racquet does a lot of things right, but ultimately it's just not for me.

Good parts: Easy access to spin and power in a super comfortable package. Amazing racquet to hit overheads with and feel the flex. Easy to hit both flat and spin serves. Pretty decent stability on volleys.

Not as good parts: Ultimately there's just not enough control here, which in my view was caused by (1) string pattern that's too open and (2) too much tip weighting (even more than Head's) and (3) possibly some variable flex issues. I also felt the sweet spot wasn't as big as a racquet like the Blade, especially on slower RHS shots like a backhand. Fun racquet to rally with, but I wasn't winning as many points as normal.

If Wilson came out with control-oriented Clash (maybe 100sq, 18x19, slightly lower swingweight), that could really be interesting.
 

avocadoz

Semi-Pro
Yup, control was the number one reason why I couldn’t make this racquet work. No matter how high I go with the tension, the stringbed is too erratic. I don’t get why Wilson didn’t put more emphasis on control? Even the PA, a very powerful racquet, has better control than the Clash.
 
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socalmd123

Semi-Pro
Yup, control was the number one reason why I couldn’t make this racquet work. No matter how high I go with the tension, the stringbed is too erratic. I don’t get why Wilson did to put more emphasis on control? Even the PA, a very powerful racquet, has better control than the Clash.
Ya I was amazed at lack of control. Really disappointing.
 

nvr2old

Professional
Since she lost, do you think she will stick with it, pardon the pun? Players are very superstitious. First pro match with this frame resulting in a loss is not going to make a positive impression on other pros either.
Wasn’t her first match. Yesterday was the 2nd day of WTA qualifying. She won her first round qualifying match on Monday.
Yeah who knows. It was a great match. Very competitive with long rallies and great hard ballstriking. She was serving mid 90’s first serve and her opponent low to mid 100s. Score was 6-7, 5-7. I think she’s ranked 123 and opponent 94. I did think she got a lot of spin on her shots for what it’s worth. Very entertaining.
 

nvr2old

Professional
Yeah who knows. It was a great match. Very competitive with long rallies and great hard ballstriking. She was serving mid 90’s first serve and her opponent low to mid 100s. Score was 6-7, 5-7. I think she’s ranked 123 and opponent 94. I did think she got a lot of spin on her shots for what it’s worth. Very entertaining.
As an addendum. All the pundits on TT who say a male 4.5 or 5 could beat these women are IMO absolutely wrong. Just from a conditioning and powerful stroke consistency standpoint they are amazing. More so than the men qualifiers to be honest.
 

colan5934

Semi-Pro
Has anyone been able to lead up this racquet enough to be able to his through the court? Feels good to just practice rally with, but I can't hit accurate flat serves with it, nor put away short balls easily.
I have finally settled on a lead configuration. I like the stability of the tour but found myself randomly sailing balls. Using the standard 100 with 4g at 12 helped with some plow, but the sweetspot felt small with full poly, as it did stock. Added 4g between 3 and 9, and the racquet is now pleasantly stable with enough plow. It’s solid like the tour but I’m not randomly hitting the tarp or lofting balls 10 feet long anymore. I have a good sense of what the ball is going to do off the strings. I’ll be surprised that it drops in once in awhile, but that’s welcomed!
 

TagUrIt

Professional
As an addendum. All the pundits on TT who say a male 4.5 or 5 could beat these women are IMO absolutely wrong. Just from a conditioning and powerful stroke consistency standpoint they are amazing. More so than the men qualifiers to be honest.

I agree, with don’t think enough credit is given for how talented they (the WTA players) really are.
 
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mad dog1

G.O.A.T.
As an addendum. All the pundits on TT who say a male 4.5 or 5 could beat these women are IMO absolutely wrong. Just from a conditioning and powerful stroke consistency standpoint they are amazing. More so than the men qualifiers to be honest.
My friends and I were chuckling about it as well. No way a 4.5-5.0 male can beat a wta pro.

However, there’s no way these wta pros can keep up with the atp male qualifiers. Watched the Ito vs Ruud match & Evans vs Bemelmans match and the quality of the movement and ball striking was unquestionably higher than the women.

I’m surprised I didn’t see you there. I actually ran into a few people I knew.
 
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Adm

Rookie
Why does the TW review say it's a "low flex" racquet? Wilson says its the most flexible racquet ever.
Does TW mean "low stiffness index"?

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TW means that when they measured the racquet with an RDC they got a low RA value, which is the stiffness index most people use nowadays.

But

Wilson says that they have developed? used an Internal Wilson Stiffness Index that they measure the stiffness in mm.

Wilson will hopefully tell us how this index is different, if and why is better? I would also like to know if and how they connect their Stiffness Index with the Frequency published.

According to this Wilson Stiffness Index this is the most flexible racquet and stable and powerful racquet (these 3 things at the same time) in comparison to any flexible racquet after 2016.
 

Adm

Rookie
As someone who really likes racquets like Bab APD's but can't play with them due to their stiffness, I was super excited to see Wilson come out with the Clash. The racquet does a lot of things right, but ultimately it's just not for me.

Good parts: Easy access to spin and power in a super comfortable package. Amazing racquet to hit overheads with and feel the flex. Easy to hit both flat and spin serves. Pretty decent stability on volleys.

Not as good parts: Ultimately there's just not enough control here, which in my view was caused by (1) string pattern that's too open and (2) too much tip weighting (even more than Head's) and (3) possibly some variable flex issues. I also felt the sweet spot wasn't as big as a racquet like the Blade, especially on slower RHS shots like a backhand. Fun racquet to rally with, but I wasn't winning as many points as normal.

If Wilson came out with control-oriented Clash (maybe 100sq, 18x19, slightly lower swingweight), that could really be interesting.


Exactly. Almost every company has tried to develop a model replicating the success of the Pure Drive.

The complaint of everyone is the stiffness of the Pure Drive. But if Babolat makes it soft then it is not a Pure Drive anymore.

Wilson heard the market, but engineering wise is a nightmare to make something so soft playing like a Pure Drive, etc.

They have managed it, and you can not call the Clash a bad copy of a Pure Drive. It is something new, first time presented, its own nature, a beautiful thing...


Flexible for sure, stable for sure, powerful for sure, descent control, good spins, controlable lunch angle, fun to play, all round racquet.
 

Dartagnan64

Legend
Flexible for sure, stable for sure, powerful for sure, descent control, good spins, controlable lunch angle, fun to play, all round racquet.
Put that technology into a 98 with 18x20 string bed and I think it’s major issues, control and high launch, get oodles better. I think the Clash is a good first effort, much like the Phantom 100, but subsequent models were superior. I’m hoping the same goes for the Clash.
 

Holdfast44ID

Semi-Pro
Put that technology into a 98 with 18x20 string bed and I think it’s major issues, control and high launch, get oodles better. I think the Clash is a good first effort, much like the Phantom 100, but subsequent models were superior. I’m hoping the same goes for the Clash.
That could be a great combination. Other than the Clash Tour, the Prince Phantom series sounds intriguing as well. I will do my best with the Tour and consider the 98 whem it comes out. With string and new grips, my Tours weigh in at 11.7 oz. Wilson QC was good for this pair as there was only a 2 gram difference in weight. I added two grams inside the handle of the lighter stick to even the weight. This stock setup might be fine. If I had to adjust, maybe I would add just a little weight to 3/9. But 11.7 oz is where I had my Pure Strikes at before I switched so weight is the same at the moment.

Man, it just won't stop raining around here. Can't even get out to hit. I will try some new strings and provide more feedback once I get on the court again.

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Adm

Rookie
Put that technology into a 98 with 18x20 string bed and I think it’s major issues, control and high launch, get oodles better. I think the Clash is a good first effort, much like the Phantom 100, but subsequent models were superior. I’m hoping the same goes for the Clash.


Your idea sounds good but I am not sure if possible.

There are 2 potential restrictions for this technology (the way I understand it), first a thick beam is required, second constant beam is preferable...
 

MRfStop

Professional
I played my first league doubles match with the Clash 100 last night. Strung up with Signum Pro Yellow Jacket 17g @ 55 lbs. Overall it felt good. Mine will need some weight added to it to get the plow thru that I am used to.
 

pfrischmann

Professional
Hi guys, quick update. I am mostly enjoying the heck out of the Clash Tour. Ground strokes are great with plenty of spin. Nice and deep. Flick shots are amazing! Volleys are very good but it took a while to find the center of the racquet. It's really head light. Feel is really prety good. The best thing..I have full poly in the racquet and zero arm issues. It is so confortable. My only issue now is the serve, especially the kick serve. It just hangs...Flat seems fine although not as dangerous as with my Pure Strike. Control on the flat serve is propably better with the Clash tour...but the kick serve just has no anger to it.. weird.

Anybod else having these issues?
 

Gian Maranon

New User
Hi guys, quick update. I am mostly enjoying the heck out of the Clash Tour. Ground strokes are great with plenty of spin. Nice and deep. Flick shots are amazing! Volleys are very good but it took a while to find the center of the racquet. It's really head light. Feel is really prety good. The best thing..I have full poly in the racquet and zero arm issues. It is so confortable. My only issue now is the serve, especially the kick serve. It just hangs...Flat seems fine although not as dangerous as with my Pure Strike. Control on the flat serve is propably better with the Clash tour...but the kick serve just has no anger to it.. weird.

Anybod else having these issues?
My serves, especially the kick is really good with my clash tour.
My have to adjust a bit ?


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A_Instead

Hall of Fame
I have both.. both fine rackets... I prefer the std non Tour version myself.. its more in my preferred spec range.. I added 3 grams of head racket tape across the bumper to increase swing weight a tad..
 

Quicknick

New User
Hello everybody,

coming from the RF97 Autograph (340g), which I have been playing for more than 1.5 years, I noticed that I have been a little bit too late (too heavy racket?) sometimes especially with the backhand and as well on the serve, therefore it came to my mind to switch to something lighter (and therefore easier to play).
In addition I had the feeling that with the RF97 I had made my tennis life unnecessarily difficult even though I truly LOVE this fantastic-racket (precision, touch and huge amoint of plow through if you are in time).
For some weeks I've played the PS97 CV (315g), very good racket, however it lacked stability especially on Winnern with the FH.
Almost 1.5 months ago, I had the chance to try out both Clash prototypes and finally "out of my gut feeling" I've opted for the standard version (295g)
The "more stability" of the Tour is eating away the "lovely maneuverability" of the standard version, in case may I'm not happy with it, I can still play around and make some adaptions with a little tuning, without to getting a heavy racket like the RF97 again.
Last night I finally got my first (out of two) Wilson Clash 100 (295g), stringed it with my standard Tennisoutlet Hybrid strings (24/23kg, Tennisoutlet are OEM strings from Isospeed) and was able to train 2h today (my RF97 were stringed with the same combination but 25 / 24kg).
I can't understand from where the hype is coming from that the clash is a power racket, if you swing it normally, you will not get much out of it, only if you swing it harder the wide frame starts working and you're rewarder with nice speed!
What impressed me a lot and also needed some adaption is the different launch angle of the ball from the strings with the same technique (compared to the RF97), the balls go much higher above the net and are always 1.5-2m before the baseline.
After 20 minutes I dialed in and was able to play really accurate, the length become very accurate and the angles are extremely easy to hit.
In terms of arm friendliness I can only say that I have rarely played such an agreably racquet, while most Head (especially since Graphene is installed) and the Babolat PS17 16/19 went on my forearm ("golfer's elbow") I felt my shoulder (supraspinatus tendon) after intensive training with the RF97A.
With the Clash there was simply nothing, neither on the arm nor in the shoulder.
This weekend I'll play again twice 2h drills, then I will compare it with the second Clash (stringed with Luxilon Adrenaline, 24/23).
 
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Adm

Rookie
Hi guys, quick update. I am mostly enjoying the heck out of the Clash Tour. Ground strokes are great with plenty of spin. Nice and deep. Flick shots are amazing! Volleys are very good but it took a while to find the center of the racquet. It's really head light. Feel is really prety good. The best thing..I have full poly in the racquet and zero arm issues. It is so confortable. My only issue now is the serve, especially the kick serve. It just hangs...Flat seems fine although not as dangerous as with my Pure Strike. Control on the flat serve is propably better with the Clash tour...but the kick serve just has no anger to it.. weird.

Anybod else having these issues?

I also find it - like Gian Maranon - very easy racquet to kick.

I forgot to mention in my review that I love it more than anything for the return of the serves, on the other hand I love returns with any racquet that feels stable...
 

JoelDali

G.O.A.T.
My friends and I were chuckling about it as well. No way a 4.5-5.0 male can beat a wta pro.

However, there’s no way these wta pros can keep up with the atp male qualifiers. Watched the Ito vs Ruud match & Evans vs Bemelmans match and the quality of the movement and ball striking was unquestionably higher than the women.

I’m surprised I didn’t see you there. I actually ran into a few people I knew.
Some of the top National level 4.0 players I’ve seen could win WTA events.
 
My friends and I were chuckling about it as well. No way a 4.5-5.0 male can beat a wta pro.
Our Club has a member-only tournament and in past years, the open division had 5.0 rated 40+ year old, former college players in the finals against nationally ranked 14-15 year old juniors. The juniors won. These juniors are amazing. I'm a competitive 4.5 and almost certainly would not beat a highly ranked 12 year old girl at our club.
 
Our Club has a member-only tournament and in past years, the open division had 5.0 rated 40+ year old, former college players in the finals against nationally ranked 14-15 year old juniors. The juniors won. These juniors are amazing. I'm a competitive 4.5 and almost certainly would not beat a highly ranked 12 year old girl at our club.
I think you are underestimating yourself. WTA? No way. 12 year old junior girls? Yes. Yes way.


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I think you are underestimating yourself. WTA? No way. 12 year old junior girls? Yes. Yes way.
I'm not so sure. Our Club has produced a number of highly nationally ranked juniors. I played a kid in our Club tournament about ten years ago when I was a high 4.0 at about age 47 and he was the second ranked 14 year old boy in the nation at age 13. I lost 1 and 1. I got bumped up to 4.5 within the next year or two.

The kids are just hitting machines. They may not have as much overall power as I do, but they hit at 80% of my harder shot pace with incredible consistency. They're fast, and most of them hit against bigger juniors or teaching pros and so can handle pace. I might have a chance if I drop shot them and lob them. I doubt I could consistently overpower them without making too many errors. Maybe if I had a great day I could, but day to day there's no way I could compete against the best of the 12-13 year old girls at our Club.
 

mad dog1

G.O.A.T.
I'm not so sure. Our Club has produced a number of highly nationally ranked juniors. I played a kid in our Club tournament about ten years ago when I was a high 4.0 at about age 47 and he was the second ranked 14 year old boy in the nation at age 13. I lost 1 and 1. I got bumped up to 4.5 within the next year or two.

The kids are just hitting machines. They may not have as much overall power as I do, but they hit at 80% of my harder shot pace with incredible consistency. They're fast, and most of them hit against bigger juniors or teaching pros and so can handle pace. I might have a chance if I drop shot them and lob them. I doubt I could consistently overpower them without making too many errors. Maybe if I had a great day I could, but day to day there's no way I could compete against the best of the 12-13 year old girls at our Club.
Your Club isn’t the same as Talk Tennis. TT 4.5s can beat WTA pros. ;)
 
Your Club isn’t the same as Talk Tennis. TT 4.5s can beat WTA pros. ;)
I need to leave my club and join the Talk Tennis Club!

Two or three years ago, our Club hosted a $75k WTA event. Mandy Minella beat Nicole Gibbs in the final. Besides that, having been to a couple of Slams and to Indian Wells a number of times, anyone who thinks a 4.5/5.0 guy can come close to competing with any high level girl or boy junior, much less a WTA pro, is either delusional or doesn't know the game at all.
 

Holdfast44ID

Semi-Pro
I need to leave my club and join the Talk Tennis Club!

Two or three years ago, our Club hosted a $75k WTA event. Mandy Minella beat Nicole Gibbs in the final. Besides that, having been to a couple of Slams and to Indian Wells a number of times, anyone who thinks a 4.5/5.0 guy can come close to competing with any high level girl or boy junior, much less a WTA pro, is either delusional or doesn't know the game at all.
What level was Chris Evert's dad and what age was she when he beat her on a regular basis?

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What level was Chris Evert's dad and what age was she when he beat her on a regular basis?
I never heard this story!

In any case, if I were to get lucky to play a WTA pro, I'm sure I would be able to win some points here and there. Winning games? One per match if I am totally in the zone and get lucky. Winning a set? **NEVER**. Winning a match? Only if I can hit 48 net cord dribblers in a row.
 

Holdfast44ID

Semi-Pro
@all non-contributors to this Clash thread

As this thread is dedicated to the new Wilson Clash and your discussions „who beat a WTA player/ a minor/ 12yr juniors/...“ don’t contribute at all to it, would you mind discussing this somewhere else?!
Yes. Sorry.

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Szajo

New User
I have been playing with them both (295g and 310g) for the past three weeks. First I played the 295g for six hours straight (working as a coach). Didn't like it at first but after two hours I started to get the feeling. The two final hours I really played great and I could really hit my targets in match play. Next week I tried it in match play against the top ranked men in my club. With them hitting heavy and deep the Clash 295 was more or less useless. Next week I received the Clash Tour and tried it against the same players. This time I could easily control there power and hit my targets in higher speeds. I have been playing Yonex DR 98+ for some years and currently playing Yonex Vcore Dual-G 310 weighted up to 320g unstrung. Actually considering a switch to the Clash Tour. Really like it.
(B.t.w, a female player in my club ranked in the top 70 WTA was beating guys ranked between 800-1000 ATP on carpet and hard in b.o.3-set matches...but no chance on clay)
 

elkabras

Rookie
Wilson 'rediscovering' low RA racquets...what a joke, you must try Muscle Weave 200G, Yonex RD7 or old Head Radical Tours or Pro Tour 630....that were the feelings of a racquet player...if you can manage them

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robin1982

Rookie
Wilson 'rediscovering' low RA racquets...what a joke, you must try Muscle Weave 200G, Yonex RD7 or old Head Radical Tours or Pro Tour 630....that were the feelings of a racquet player...if you can manage them

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You totally missed the point. They dont rediscover low RA. They just made a low RA racket with power. And that is unique!
They dont say the Clash has the best feel. My PT57A's and H19 has way more feel. But the Clash has more power, but still is very arm friendly and thats the unique sellingpoint for the Clash.
Dont bash if you dont know where you talking about!
 

elkabras

Rookie
You totally missed the point. They dont rediscover low RA. They just made a low RA racket with power. And that is unique!
They dont say the Clash has the best feel. My PT57A's and H19 has way more feel. But the Clash has more power, but still is very arm friendly and thats the unique sellingpoint for the Clash.
Dont bash if you dont know where you talking about!
Is better than Babolat Pure Drive First Gen ??? I must prove Wilson Clash but I think could be an uncontrolable one for me

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