Pro's (Past and Present) That Have Swung a Wilson 6.1 [Includes major winners]

BorgCash

Legend
I think they both used Juice pj for a long period. Before this racquet was made Feliciano used different editions of Pro Open pj.
 

SamBruin7

Rookie
Just watched the match between Nishikori and Dusan Lajovic in the Basil Open and Lajovic was using a 6.1 under a PS97 paintjob. Who is that joker that said the 6.1 isn't suited for modern tennis and only for old farts? It's obvious that most Wilson touring pro's are using Blades or 6.1's instead of the failed PS97.
 

SamBruin7

Rookie
Recently saw USC player Max De Vroome playing with the Six One and one of his hitting partners was also using the Six One.
 

moon shot

Hall of Fame
Looking through photos I think there are some patterns that are wrong on the list.

From photos I've seen all of the players quoted below played 18x20 patterns.
Jonas Bjorkman: 16x18
Max Mirnyi: 16x18
Simon Aspelin: 16x18
Bruno Soares: 16x18
Richard Krajicek: ?
Jarkko Nieminen: 16x18
Fernando Meligeni: 16x18
Daniel Vacek: ?
Todd Martin: 16x18 (Post-retirement)
Andre Sa: ?
Dick Norman: 16x18
Aisam-ul-Haq_Qureshi: 16x18
Tennys Sandgren: ?
These 4 quoted below, from what I found, use 16x18
Gabashvili: 18x20
Alex Corretja: ?
Fernando Vincente: ?
David Sanchez: ?

Todd Martin: 16x18 (Post-retirement) the skunk wasn't sold in 18x20 as seen here, nor the hammer tour, so he may have used a Pro Staff Classic on tour, or it could something else entirely.

If it is helpful both patterns have 4 crosses on the PWS, so 18x20 has 8 strings above and below PWS, 16x18 has 7 strings above and below. So if you can see the edge of the PWS and count crosses to the end of the frame you don't need to see the whole stringbed. Of course 4 pairs in the throat is the easiest way to tell 18 mains.

 
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gino

Legend
Haha, there are quite a few 6.1's on that wall - http://www.espn.com/espn/page2/story/_/page/hruby/100827_atp_broken_rackets

Teymuraz Gabashvili - 16x18
Robert Kendrick - 18x20
Igor Kunitsyn - 16x18
Robert Lindstedt - 16x18
Kevin Ullyett and Nicolas Kiefer 18x20
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Gasto Elias 16x18
Andrea Petkovic 18x20
Incredible article, thanks for that @moon shot .... Also, I went ahead and made those corrections you pointed out man, let me know if there are others I am missing or missed on. Thanks homie
 

moon shot

Hall of Fame
@gino
I like what you are doing with with the list, I had previously thought about different ways it could be organized. Totally up to you, I don't mean to create work for you, its a great thread as-is

  • Sorting by career highest rank is the easiest way I could think to float the names people know to the top. The question then would be is the ranking listed their highest with the 6.1 or personal best. Maybe color could indicate when the career high was achieved with a 6.1
    001 (d) Daniel Nestor (18x20)
    001 (d) Jared Palmer (16x18)
    001 (d) Jim Grabb (18x20)
    001 (d) Jonas Björkman (18x20)
    001 (d) Mahesh Bhupathi (16x18)
    001 (d) Mark Woodforde (12x16)
    001 (d) Max Mirnyi (18x20)
    001 (d) Todd Woodbridge (18x20)
    001 (s) Mats Wilander (16x18)
    002 (d) Bruno Soares (18x20)
    002 (d) Horia Tecau (18x20)
    003 (d) Daniel Vacek (18x20)
    003 (d) Patrick McEnroe: (post-tour?)
    003 (d) Robert Lindstedt (16x18)
    004 (d) Kevin Ullyett (18x20)
    004 (d) Vasek Pospisil (18x20)
    004 (s) Brad Gilbert: (post-tour)
    004 (s) Juan Martín del Potro (18x20)
    004 (s) Nicolas Kiefer (18x20)
    004 (s) Richard Krajicek (18x20)
    004 (s) Todd Martin (18x20)
    005 (s) Gaston Gaudio Singles (18x20)
    006 (s) Aaron Krickstein (18x20)
    006 (s) Marin Cilic: (pre-tour)
    007 (d) Simon Aspelin (18x20)
    007 (s) Dominic Thiem: (pre-tour)
    007 (s) Mardy Fish (18x20)
    008 (d) Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi (18x20)
    008 (s) Guillermo Canas (18x20)
    009 (s) Alex Corretja (16x18)
    010 (d) Dick Norman (18x20)
    013 (s) Jarkko Nieminen (18x20)
    013 (s) Roberto Bautista Agut (18x20)
    015 (d) Mickael Tillstrom (16x18)
    016 (s) Philipp Kohlschreiber (16x18)
    017 (d) Andre Sa (18x20)
    018 (d) Michael Hill (16x18)
    019 (d) Andy Ram (18x20)
    020 (s) Stefan Koubek (18x20)
    021 (s) Leonardo Mayer (18x20)
    021 (s) Thomaz Bellucci (18x20)
    025 (s) Fernando Meligeni (18x20)
    026 (s) Lukas Rosol (18x20)
    029 (s) Fernando Vicente (16x18)
    035 (s) Igor Kunitsyn (16x18)
    037 (d) Igor Sijsling (18x20)
    038 (d) Chris Guccione (18x20)
    040 (s) Kyle Edmund (18x20)
    041 (s) David Sanchez (16x18)
    042 (s) Michael Berrer (18x20)
    043 (s) Teymuraz Gabashvili (16x18)
    044 (s) Steve Darcis (18x20)
    050 (s) Stephane Robert (18x20)
    053 (s) Daniel Evans (18x20)
    057 (s) Dusan Lajovic (18x20)
    057 (s) Gastão Elias (16x18)
    069 (s) Jesse Levine (18x20)
    069 (s) Robert Kendrick (18x20)
    115 (d) Tennys Sandgren (18x20)
    158 (s) Chase Buchanan (18x20)
    238 (s) Denis Shapovalov (18x20)
  • After the main list put the guys that used it only as juniors or post-tour
    **Apostates**
    006 (s) Marin Cilic: (pre-tour)
    007 (s) Dominic Thiem: (pre-tour)


    **New Believers**
    003 (d) Patrick McEnroe: (post-tour?)
    004 (s) Brad Gilbert: (post-tour)
  • Dividing doubles and singles under different headings would make the list more browsable (I guess by which a player is more known for, maybe by where their highest rank was achieved)
    **Singles**
    001 Mats Wilander (16x18)
    004 Juan Martín del Potro (18x20)
    004 Nicolas Kiefer (18x20)
    004 Richard Krajicek (18x20)
    004 Todd Martin (18x20)
    005 Gaston Gaudio Singles (18x20)
    006 Aaron Krickstein (18x20)
    007 Mardy Fish (18x20)
    008 Guillermo Canas (18x20)
    009 Alex Corretja (16x18)
    013 Jarkko Nieminen (18x20)
    013 Roberto Bautista Agut (18x20)
    016 Philipp Kohlschreiber (16x18)
    020 Stefan Koubek (18x20)
    021 Leonardo Mayer (18x20)
    021 Thomaz Bellucci (18x20)
    025 Fernando Meligeni (18x20)
    026 Lukas Rosol (18x20)
    029 Fernando Vicente (16x18)
    035 Igor Kunitsyn (16x18)
    040 Kyle Edmund (18x20)
    041 David Sanchez (16x18)
    042 Michael Berrer (18x20)
    043 Teymuraz Gabashvili (16x18)
    044 Steve Darcis (18x20)
    050 Stephane Robert (18x20)
    053 Daniel Evans (18x20)
    057 Dusan Lajovic (18x20)
    057 Gastão Elias (16x18)
    069 Jesse Levine (18x20)
    069 Robert Kendrick (18x20)
    158 Chase Buchanan (18x20)
    238 Denis Shapovalov (18x20)

    **Doubles**
    001 Daniel Nestor (18x20)
    001 Jared Palmer (16x18)
    001 Jim Grabb (18x20)
    001 Jonas Björkman (18x20)
    001 Mahesh Bhupathi (16x18)
    001 Mark Woodforde (12x16)
    001 Max Mirnyi (18x20)
    001 Todd Woodbridge (18x20)
    002 Bruno Soares (18x20)
    002 Horia Tecau (18x20)
    003 Daniel Vacek (18x20)
    003 Robert Lindstedt (16x18)
    004 Kevin Ullyett (18x20)
    004 Vasek Pospisil (18x20)
    007 Simon Aspelin (18x20)
    008 Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi (18x20)
    010 Dick Norman (18x20)
    015 Mickael Tillstrom (16x18)
    017 Andre Sa (18x20)
    018 Michael Hill (16x18)
    019 Andy Ram (18x20)
    037 Igor Sijsling (18x20)
    038 Chris Guccione (18x20)
    115 Tennys Sandgren (18x20)
  • My most far fetched idea is to have a total prize money won with a 6.1 - if we had a confirmed date range a player used the 6.1 then sum the prizes of those tournaments. Easy for someone who never switched, the ones who did would be horrendous. With just Corretja, del Potro, Lindstedt, Nestor, Bjorkman and Mirnyi the sum is $68.5 million.
I think I'm going to run through Junior slams, would you like a list of the juniors I can find that won with a 6.1?
 

gino

Legend
@gino
I like what you are doing with with the list, I had previously thought about different ways it could be organized. Totally up to you, I don't mean to create work for you, its a great thread as-is

  • Sorting by career highest rank is the easiest way I could think to float the names people know to the top. The question then would be is the ranking listed their highest with the 6.1 or personal best. Maybe color could indicate when the career high was achieved with a 6.1
    001 (d) Daniel Nestor (18x20)
    001 (d) Jared Palmer (16x18)
    001 (d) Jim Grabb (18x20)
    001 (d) Jonas Björkman (18x20)
    001 (d) Mahesh Bhupathi (16x18)
    001 (d) Mark Woodforde (12x16)
    001 (d) Max Mirnyi (18x20)
    001 (d) Todd Woodbridge (18x20)
    001 (s) Mats Wilander (16x18)
    002 (d) Bruno Soares (18x20)
    002 (d) Horia Tecau (18x20)
    003 (d) Daniel Vacek (18x20)
    003 (d) Patrick McEnroe: (post-tour?)
    003 (d) Robert Lindstedt (16x18)
    004 (d) Kevin Ullyett (18x20)
    004 (d) Vasek Pospisil (18x20)
    004 (s) Brad Gilbert: (post-tour)
    004 (s) Juan Martín del Potro (18x20)
    004 (s) Nicolas Kiefer (18x20)
    004 (s) Richard Krajicek (18x20)
    004 (s) Todd Martin (18x20)
    005 (s) Gaston Gaudio Singles (18x20)
    006 (s) Aaron Krickstein (18x20)
    006 (s) Marin Cilic: (pre-tour)
    007 (d) Simon Aspelin (18x20)
    007 (s) Dominic Thiem: (pre-tour)
    007 (s) Mardy Fish (18x20)
    008 (d) Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi (18x20)
    008 (s) Guillermo Canas (18x20)
    009 (s) Alex Corretja (16x18)
    010 (d) Dick Norman (18x20)
    013 (s) Jarkko Nieminen (18x20)
    013 (s) Roberto Bautista Agut (18x20)
    015 (d) Mickael Tillstrom (16x18)
    016 (s) Philipp Kohlschreiber (16x18)
    017 (d) Andre Sa (18x20)
    018 (d) Michael Hill (16x18)
    019 (d) Andy Ram (18x20)
    020 (s) Stefan Koubek (18x20)
    021 (s) Leonardo Mayer (18x20)
    021 (s) Thomaz Bellucci (18x20)
    025 (s) Fernando Meligeni (18x20)
    026 (s) Lukas Rosol (18x20)
    029 (s) Fernando Vicente (16x18)
    035 (s) Igor Kunitsyn (16x18)
    037 (d) Igor Sijsling (18x20)
    038 (d) Chris Guccione (18x20)
    040 (s) Kyle Edmund (18x20)
    041 (s) David Sanchez (16x18)
    042 (s) Michael Berrer (18x20)
    043 (s) Teymuraz Gabashvili (16x18)
    044 (s) Steve Darcis (18x20)
    050 (s) Stephane Robert (18x20)
    053 (s) Daniel Evans (18x20)
    057 (s) Dusan Lajovic (18x20)
    057 (s) Gastão Elias (16x18)
    069 (s) Jesse Levine (18x20)
    069 (s) Robert Kendrick (18x20)
    115 (d) Tennys Sandgren (18x20)
    158 (s) Chase Buchanan (18x20)
    238 (s) Denis Shapovalov (18x20)
  • After the main list put the guys that used it only as juniors or post-tour
    **Apostates**
    006 (s) Marin Cilic: (pre-tour)
    007 (s) Dominic Thiem: (pre-tour)


    **New Believers**
    003 (d) Patrick McEnroe: (post-tour?)
    004 (s) Brad Gilbert: (post-tour)
  • Dividing doubles and singles under different headings would make the list more browsable (I guess by which a player is more known for, maybe by where their highest rank was achieved)
    **Singles**
    001 Mats Wilander (16x18)
    004 Juan Martín del Potro (18x20)
    004 Nicolas Kiefer (18x20)
    004 Richard Krajicek (18x20)
    004 Todd Martin (18x20)
    005 Gaston Gaudio Singles (18x20)
    006 Aaron Krickstein (18x20)
    007 Mardy Fish (18x20)
    008 Guillermo Canas (18x20)
    009 Alex Corretja (16x18)
    013 Jarkko Nieminen (18x20)
    013 Roberto Bautista Agut (18x20)
    016 Philipp Kohlschreiber (16x18)
    020 Stefan Koubek (18x20)
    021 Leonardo Mayer (18x20)
    021 Thomaz Bellucci (18x20)
    025 Fernando Meligeni (18x20)
    026 Lukas Rosol (18x20)
    029 Fernando Vicente (16x18)
    035 Igor Kunitsyn (16x18)
    040 Kyle Edmund (18x20)
    041 David Sanchez (16x18)
    042 Michael Berrer (18x20)
    043 Teymuraz Gabashvili (16x18)
    044 Steve Darcis (18x20)
    050 Stephane Robert (18x20)
    053 Daniel Evans (18x20)
    057 Dusan Lajovic (18x20)
    057 Gastão Elias (16x18)
    069 Jesse Levine (18x20)
    069 Robert Kendrick (18x20)
    158 Chase Buchanan (18x20)
    238 Denis Shapovalov (18x20)

    **Doubles**
    001 Daniel Nestor (18x20)
    001 Jared Palmer (16x18)
    001 Jim Grabb (18x20)
    001 Jonas Björkman (18x20)
    001 Mahesh Bhupathi (16x18)
    001 Mark Woodforde (12x16)
    001 Max Mirnyi (18x20)
    001 Todd Woodbridge (18x20)
    002 Bruno Soares (18x20)
    002 Horia Tecau (18x20)
    003 Daniel Vacek (18x20)
    003 Robert Lindstedt (16x18)
    004 Kevin Ullyett (18x20)
    004 Vasek Pospisil (18x20)
    007 Simon Aspelin (18x20)
    008 Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi (18x20)
    010 Dick Norman (18x20)
    015 Mickael Tillstrom (16x18)
    017 Andre Sa (18x20)
    018 Michael Hill (16x18)
    019 Andy Ram (18x20)
    037 Igor Sijsling (18x20)
    038 Chris Guccione (18x20)
    115 Tennys Sandgren (18x20)
  • My most far fetched idea is to have a total prize money won with a 6.1 - if we had a confirmed date range a player used the 6.1 then sum the prizes of those tournaments. Easy for someone who never switched, the ones who did would be horrendous. With just Corretja, del Potro, Lindstedt, Nestor, Bjorkman and Mirnyi the sum is $68.5 million.
I think I'm going to run through Junior slams, would you like a list of the juniors I can find that won with a 6.1?
I love the idea of sorting by career high ranking and then making bold/color distinctions to indicate major winners and current users

If you have the time, I think it'd be a cool idea to create a sub-list that indicate who won junior majors with a 6.1

Love the ideas mate @moon shot let me know if you come up with any other ideas to refine/improve the list. Thanks for keeping this thread alive! It's my pride and joy
 

moon shot

Hall of Fame
I love the idea of sorting by career high ranking and then making bold/color distinctions to indicate major winners and current users

If you have the time, I think it'd be a cool idea to create a sub-list that indicate who won junior majors with a 6.1

Love the ideas mate @moon shot let me know if you come up with any other ideas to refine/improve the list. Thanks for keeping this thread alive! It's my pride and joy
Good deal, I'll assemble whats in my head this week, here are some juniors so far:

Denis Shapovalov, 2016 Wimbledon Boys Singles (w) 2015 USO Boys Doubles (w)
Reilly Opelka 2015 Wimbledon Boys Singles (w)
Andrey Rublev, 2014 Roland Garros Boys Singles (w)
Brandon Holt 2015 USO Boys Doubles (f)
João Menezes 2014 USO Boys Doubles (f)
Kyle Edmund 2012 USO Boys Doubles (w)
 

gino

Legend
18x20, it looks to have near Delpo levels of lead at 3 & 9. I would guess his frames weren't available and had to borrow, must be a story there.
Makes sense. Del po was using that PJ at the AO 2010 if my memory serves me right
 

moon shot

Hall of Fame
Anybody have updates about the claims that the 6.1 is coming back?
I know nothing. Just thinking about the styling of different lines now that they are simplified to one color ... Wilson has used red, orange, green, blue. If they were bringing it back as a independent line then all they have left is yellow or maybe white that has heritage, outside of that cyan or purple. Since they've already given some 6.1 guys paintjobs of other frames that casts further doubt. My hope lies in a US anniversary edition.
 

gino

Legend
I know nothing. Just thinking about the styling of different lines now that they are simplified to one color ... Wilson has used red, orange, green, blue. If they were bringing it back as a independent line then all they have left is yellow or maybe white that has heritage, outside of that cyan or purple. Since they've already given some 6.1 guys paintjobs of other frames that casts further doubt. My hope lies in a US anniversary edition.
The anniversary would be cool. I, personally, would rather hop on flea bay and buy one in good condition with a soft flex. However, you have a good point about the color combinations. Yellow and white are the only feasible combinations that remain. Although, the 2014 6.1's had a hint of gold. Gold would be really cool aesthetically
 

moon shot

Hall of Fame
The list is slow coming, I'm still in progress but I thought I'd show where it stands so @gino can say I've made it way to complex or anyone can suggest improvements

All categories sorted by career high ranking
singles or doubles is determined by career high rank
not all players from the current list included yet
need to verify slams were won with a Six.One
slam winners have two entries, see Delpo
should we verify non-slam titles or leave them out


Singles: Six.One Slams
004 Juan Martín del Potro 18x20
USO:2009
005 Gaston Gaudio 18x20
RG:2005

Singles: Currently Use a Six.One
004 Juan Martín del Potro 18x20 TITLES: 19 SGL 1 DBL
013 Roberto Bautista Agut 18x20 TITLES: 4 SGL
016 Philipp Kohlschreiber 16x18 TITLES: 16 SGL 7 DBL
021 Leonardo Mayer 18x20 TITLES: 1 SGL 1 DBL
021 Thomaz Bellucci 18x20 TITLES: 4 SGL 1 DBL
026 Lukas Rosol 18x20 TITLES: 2 SGL 3 DBL
040 Kyle Edmund 18x20
044 Steve Darcis 18x20 TITLES: 2 SGL
053 Daniel Evans 18x20
057 Dušan Lajović 18x20 TITLES: 1 DBL
238 Denis Shapovalov 18x20

Singles: previously used a Six.One
006 Marin Cilic 16x18 PRE-TOUR
007 Dominic Thiem 18x20 PRE-TOUR

Singles: Retired players who used a Six.One on Tour
001 Mats Wilander 16x18 briefly in 1993
004 Nicolas Kiefer 18x20 TITLES: 6 SGL 3 DBL
004 Richard Krajicek 18x20 TITLES: 17 SGL 3 DBL
005 Gaston Gaudio 18x20 TITLES: 8 SGL 3 DBL
006 Aaron Krickstein 18x20 TITLES: 9 SGL
007 Mardy Fish 18x20 TITLES: 6 SGL 8 DBL
008 Guillermo Cañas 18x20 TITLES: 7 SGL 2 DBL
009 Alex Corretja 16x18 TITLES: 17 SGL 3 DBL
013 Jarkko Nieminen 18x20 TITLES: 2 SGL 5 DBL
020 Stefan Koubek 18x20 TITLES: 3 SGL 1 DBL
025 Fernando Meligeni 18x20 TITLES: 3 SGL 7 DBL
029 Fernando Vicente 16x18 TITLES: 3 SGL 2 DBL
035 Igor Kunitsyn 16x18 TITLES: 1 SGL 1 DBL
041 David Sanchez 16x18 TITLES: 2 SGL
042 Michael Berrer 18x20 TITLES: 1 DBL
069 Jesse Levine 18x20
069 Robert Kendrick 18x20 TITLES: 1 DBL

Doubles: Six.One Slams
001 Daniel Nestor 18x20
AO: 2002
RG: 2007 2010 2011 2012
WMBL: 2008 2009
USO: 2004
001 Max Mirnyi 18x20
RG: 2005 2006 2011 2012
USO: 2000 2002
001 Jonas Björkman 18x20
AO: 1998,1988,2001
RG: 2005,2006
W: 2002,2003,2004
USO: 2003
001 Mark Woodforde 12x16
AO:*1992,1997
RG:2000
WMBL:*1993,*1994,*1995,1996,1997,2000 USO:*1989,*1995,1996
...plus another five mixed doubles slams
001 Todd Woodbridge 18x20
AO: 1992,1997,2001
RG: 2000
WMBL: 1993,1994,1995,1996,1997,2000,2002,2003,2004
USO: 1995,1996,2003
001 Jim Grabb 16x18
RG:1989
USO:1992
002 Bruno Soares 18x20
AO: 2016
002 Horia Tecau 18x20
WMBL: 2015
003 Daniel Vacek 18x20
RG: 1996,1997
USO: 1997
004 Kevin Ullyett 18x20
AO: 2005
USO: 2001​
004 Vasek Pospisil 18x20
WMBL: 2014
007 Simon Aspelin 18x20
USO: 2007
019 Andy Ram 18x20
AO: 2008

Doubles: Currently Use a Six.One
001 Daniel Nestor 18x20 TITLES: 91 DBL
001 Max Mirnyi 18x20 TITLES: 1 SGL 49 DBL
002 Bruno Soares 18x20 TITLES: 23 DBL
002 Horia Tecau 18x20 TITLES: 29 DBL
004 Vasek Pospisil 18x20 TITLES: 6 DBL
008 Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi 18x20 TITLES: 11 DBL
017 Andre Sa 18x20 TITLES: 10 DBL
037 Igor Sijsling 18x20 TITLES: 1 DBL
115 Tennys Sandgren 18x20

Doubles: previously used a Six.One
043 Teymuraz Gabashvili 16x18 TITLES: 1 DBL
057 Gastão Elias 16x18
038 Chris Guccione 18x20 TITLES: 5 DBL

Doubles: Retired players who used a Six.One on Tour
001 Jim Grabb 16x18 TITLES: 2 SGL 23 DBL
001 Jonas Björkman 18x20 TITLES: 6 SGL 54 DBL
001 Mark Woodforde 12x16 TITLES: 4 SGL 67 DBL
001 Jim Grabb 16x18 TITLES: 2 SGL 23 DBL
001 Todd Woodbridge 18x20 TITLES: 2 SGL 83 DBL
003 Daniel Vacek 18x20 TITLES: 25 DBL
004 Kevin Ullyett 18x20 TITLES: 34 DBL
007 Simon Aspelin 18x20 TITLES: 12 DBL
010 Dick Norman 18x20 TITLES: 4 DBL
151 Chase Buchanan 18x20
 

gino

Legend
The list is slow coming, I'm still in progress but I thought I'd show where it stands so @gino can say I've made it way to complex or anyone can suggest improvements

All categories sorted by career high ranking
singles or doubles is determined by career high rank
not all players from the current list included yet
need to verify slams were won with a Six.One
slam winners have two entries, see Delpo
should we verify non-slam titles or leave them out


Singles: Six.One Slams
004 Juan Martín del Potro 18x20
USO:2009
005 Gaston Gaudio 18x20
RG:2005

Singles: Currently Use a Six.One
004 Juan Martín del Potro 18x20 TITLES: 19 SGL 1 DBL
013 Roberto Bautista Agut 18x20 TITLES: 4 SGL
016 Philipp Kohlschreiber 16x18 TITLES: 16 SGL 7 DBL
021 Leonardo Mayer 18x20 TITLES: 1 SGL 1 DBL
021 Thomaz Bellucci 18x20 TITLES: 4 SGL 1 DBL
026 Lukas Rosol 18x20 TITLES: 2 SGL 3 DBL
040 Kyle Edmund 18x20
044 Steve Darcis 18x20 TITLES: 2 SGL
053 Daniel Evans 18x20
057 Dušan Lajović 18x20 TITLES: 1 DBL
238 Denis Shapovalov 18x20

Singles: previously used a Six.One
006 Marin Cilic 16x18 PRE-TOUR
007 Dominic Thiem 18x20 PRE-TOUR

Singles: Retired players who used a Six.One on Tour
001 Mats Wilander 16x18 briefly in 1993
004 Nicolas Kiefer 18x20 TITLES: 6 SGL 3 DBL
004 Richard Krajicek 18x20 TITLES: 17 SGL 3 DBL
005 Gaston Gaudio 18x20 TITLES: 8 SGL 3 DBL
006 Aaron Krickstein 18x20 TITLES: 9 SGL
007 Mardy Fish 18x20 TITLES: 6 SGL 8 DBL
008 Guillermo Cañas 18x20 TITLES: 7 SGL 2 DBL
009 Alex Corretja 16x18 TITLES: 17 SGL 3 DBL
013 Jarkko Nieminen 18x20 TITLES: 2 SGL 5 DBL
020 Stefan Koubek 18x20 TITLES: 3 SGL 1 DBL
025 Fernando Meligeni 18x20 TITLES: 3 SGL 7 DBL
029 Fernando Vicente 16x18 TITLES: 3 SGL 2 DBL
035 Igor Kunitsyn 16x18 TITLES: 1 SGL 1 DBL
041 David Sanchez 16x18 TITLES: 2 SGL
042 Michael Berrer 18x20 TITLES: 1 DBL
069 Jesse Levine 18x20
069 Robert Kendrick 18x20 TITLES: 1 DBL

Doubles: Six.One Slams
001 Daniel Nestor 18x20
AO: 2002
RG: 2007 2010 2011 2012
WMBL: 2008 2009
USO: 2004
001 Max Mirnyi 18x20
RG: 2005 2006 2011 2012
USO: 2000 2002
001 Jonas Björkman 18x20
AO: 1998,1988,2001
RG: 2005,2006
W: 2002,2003,2004
USO: 2003
001 Mark Woodforde 12x16
AO:*1992,1997
RG:2000
WMBL:*1993,*1994,*1995,1996,1997,2000 USO:*1989,*1995,1996
...plus another five mixed doubles slams
001 Todd Woodbridge 18x20
AO: 1992,1997,2001
RG: 2000
WMBL: 1993,1994,1995,1996,1997,2000,2002,2003,2004
USO: 1995,1996,2003
001 Jim Grabb 16x18
RG:1989
USO:1992
002 Bruno Soares 18x20
AO: 2016
002 Horia Tecau 18x20
WMBL: 2015
003 Daniel Vacek 18x20
RG: 1996,1997
USO: 1997
004 Kevin Ullyett 18x20
AO: 2005
USO: 2001​
004 Vasek Pospisil 18x20
WMBL: 2014
007 Simon Aspelin 18x20
USO: 2007
019 Andy Ram 18x20
AO: 2008

Doubles: Currently Use a Six.One
001 Daniel Nestor 18x20 TITLES: 91 DBL
001 Max Mirnyi 18x20 TITLES: 1 SGL 49 DBL
002 Bruno Soares 18x20 TITLES: 23 DBL
002 Horia Tecau 18x20 TITLES: 29 DBL
004 Vasek Pospisil 18x20 TITLES: 6 DBL
008 Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi 18x20 TITLES: 11 DBL
017 Andre Sa 18x20 TITLES: 10 DBL
037 Igor Sijsling 18x20 TITLES: 1 DBL
115 Tennys Sandgren 18x20

Doubles: previously used a Six.One
043 Teymuraz Gabashvili 16x18 TITLES: 1 DBL
057 Gastão Elias 16x18
038 Chris Guccione 18x20 TITLES: 5 DBL

Doubles: Retired players who used a Six.One on Tour
001 Jim Grabb 16x18 TITLES: 2 SGL 23 DBL
001 Jonas Björkman 18x20 TITLES: 6 SGL 54 DBL
001 Mark Woodforde 12x16 TITLES: 4 SGL 67 DBL
001 Jim Grabb 16x18 TITLES: 2 SGL 23 DBL
001 Todd Woodbridge 18x20 TITLES: 2 SGL 83 DBL
003 Daniel Vacek 18x20 TITLES: 25 DBL
004 Kevin Ullyett 18x20 TITLES: 34 DBL
007 Simon Aspelin 18x20 TITLES: 12 DBL
010 Dick Norman 18x20 TITLES: 4 DBL
151 Chase Buchanan 18x20
DUDE. This looks great. Thanks for making this and continuing to come up with great ways to refine the list.
 

gino

Legend
The TW staff told me that they would ask their Wilson rep about the potentiality of a 6.1 return later this week. Really looking forward to hearing back. A 6.1 countervail would be a dream. This is coming from someone who really loves the CV blade, despite not being fond of the blade line prior to the CV variants. I am anxious to see if Wilson brings back the traditional 16x18 / 18x20 offerings, or if they bring back the 95S 18x16? I love them all. Mostly the 16x18, but the 18x16 S almost as much
 

gino

Legend
The list is slow coming, I'm still in progress but I thought I'd show where it stands so @gino can say I've made it way to complex or anyone can suggest improvements

All categories sorted by career high ranking
singles or doubles is determined by career high rank
not all players from the current list included yet
need to verify slams were won with a Six.One
slam winners have two entries, see Delpo
should we verify non-slam titles or leave them out


Singles: Six.One Slams
004 Juan Martín del Potro 18x20
USO:2009
005 Gaston Gaudio 18x20
RG:2005

Singles: Currently Use a Six.One
004 Juan Martín del Potro 18x20 TITLES: 19 SGL 1 DBL
013 Roberto Bautista Agut 18x20 TITLES: 4 SGL
016 Philipp Kohlschreiber 16x18 TITLES: 16 SGL 7 DBL
021 Leonardo Mayer 18x20 TITLES: 1 SGL 1 DBL
021 Thomaz Bellucci 18x20 TITLES: 4 SGL 1 DBL
026 Lukas Rosol 18x20 TITLES: 2 SGL 3 DBL
040 Kyle Edmund 18x20
044 Steve Darcis 18x20 TITLES: 2 SGL
053 Daniel Evans 18x20
057 Dušan Lajović 18x20 TITLES: 1 DBL
238 Denis Shapovalov 18x20

Singles: previously used a Six.One
006 Marin Cilic 16x18 PRE-TOUR
007 Dominic Thiem 18x20 PRE-TOUR

Singles: Retired players who used a Six.One on Tour
001 Mats Wilander 16x18 briefly in 1993
004 Nicolas Kiefer 18x20 TITLES: 6 SGL 3 DBL
004 Richard Krajicek 18x20 TITLES: 17 SGL 3 DBL
005 Gaston Gaudio 18x20 TITLES: 8 SGL 3 DBL
006 Aaron Krickstein 18x20 TITLES: 9 SGL
007 Mardy Fish 18x20 TITLES: 6 SGL 8 DBL
008 Guillermo Cañas 18x20 TITLES: 7 SGL 2 DBL
009 Alex Corretja 16x18 TITLES: 17 SGL 3 DBL
013 Jarkko Nieminen 18x20 TITLES: 2 SGL 5 DBL
020 Stefan Koubek 18x20 TITLES: 3 SGL 1 DBL
025 Fernando Meligeni 18x20 TITLES: 3 SGL 7 DBL
029 Fernando Vicente 16x18 TITLES: 3 SGL 2 DBL
035 Igor Kunitsyn 16x18 TITLES: 1 SGL 1 DBL
041 David Sanchez 16x18 TITLES: 2 SGL
042 Michael Berrer 18x20 TITLES: 1 DBL
069 Jesse Levine 18x20
069 Robert Kendrick 18x20 TITLES: 1 DBL

Doubles: Six.One Slams
001 Daniel Nestor 18x20
AO: 2002
RG: 2007 2010 2011 2012
WMBL: 2008 2009
USO: 2004
001 Max Mirnyi 18x20
RG: 2005 2006 2011 2012
USO: 2000 2002
001 Jonas Björkman 18x20
AO: 1998,1988,2001
RG: 2005,2006
W: 2002,2003,2004
USO: 2003
001 Mark Woodforde 12x16
AO:*1992,1997
RG:2000
WMBL:*1993,*1994,*1995,1996,1997,2000 USO:*1989,*1995,1996
...plus another five mixed doubles slams
001 Todd Woodbridge 18x20
AO: 1992,1997,2001
RG: 2000
WMBL: 1993,1994,1995,1996,1997,2000,2002,2003,2004
USO: 1995,1996,2003
001 Jim Grabb 16x18
RG:1989
USO:1992
002 Bruno Soares 18x20
AO: 2016
002 Horia Tecau 18x20
WMBL: 2015
003 Daniel Vacek 18x20
RG: 1996,1997
USO: 1997
004 Kevin Ullyett 18x20
AO: 2005
USO: 2001​
004 Vasek Pospisil 18x20
WMBL: 2014
007 Simon Aspelin 18x20
USO: 2007
019 Andy Ram 18x20
AO: 2008

Doubles: Currently Use a Six.One
001 Daniel Nestor 18x20 TITLES: 91 DBL
001 Max Mirnyi 18x20 TITLES: 1 SGL 49 DBL
002 Bruno Soares 18x20 TITLES: 23 DBL
002 Horia Tecau 18x20 TITLES: 29 DBL
004 Vasek Pospisil 18x20 TITLES: 6 DBL
008 Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi 18x20 TITLES: 11 DBL
017 Andre Sa 18x20 TITLES: 10 DBL
037 Igor Sijsling 18x20 TITLES: 1 DBL
115 Tennys Sandgren 18x20

Doubles: previously used a Six.One
043 Teymuraz Gabashvili 16x18 TITLES: 1 DBL
057 Gastão Elias 16x18
038 Chris Guccione 18x20 TITLES: 5 DBL

Doubles: Retired players who used a Six.One on Tour
001 Jim Grabb 16x18 TITLES: 2 SGL 23 DBL
001 Jonas Björkman 18x20 TITLES: 6 SGL 54 DBL
001 Mark Woodforde 12x16 TITLES: 4 SGL 67 DBL
001 Jim Grabb 16x18 TITLES: 2 SGL 23 DBL
001 Todd Woodbridge 18x20 TITLES: 2 SGL 83 DBL
003 Daniel Vacek 18x20 TITLES: 25 DBL
004 Kevin Ullyett 18x20 TITLES: 34 DBL
007 Simon Aspelin 18x20 TITLES: 12 DBL
010 Dick Norman 18x20 TITLES: 4 DBL
151 Chase Buchanan 18x20
I updated the OP man. Thanks again mate. I look forward to building this thread for many years to come with your assistance and guidance ahha
 
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