quick n-code six one 95 review

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by danix, Jul 7, 2004.

  1. danix

    danix Semi-Pro

    Apr 6, 2004
    SF Bay Area
    This has to be quick while I am at work.
    I tested this out for about 1/2 hour.
    Overall I liked the frame. Compared to my current stick, a Volkl Tour 10 midplus, it had a little more pop.

    Compared to my previous HyperPS 6.1, it was a lot more comfortable and felt heavier too. I weighed the racquet, strung, at 12.2 oz (12.3 with the supplied damper). Beefy :)

    Compared to my Volkl, here's the scorecard:
    Serves: Wilson. A lot more power.
    Groundstrokes: Tie. Backhand felt more powerful, forehand more powerful too but I could not generate as much spin as with the Volkl. Slice shots were not as controllable.
    Volleys: Wilson. Crisper, more power.

    The intanglible is feel - slice backhands and volleys did not feel as nice with the Wilson.

    Overall, if I didn't know a VEngine 10 midplus was coming, I would likely be switching to the Wilson.

    The other factor here is string - I noticed after the fact that the Wilson was strung with a cheapo nylon string, which probably didn't help the feel. I will likely retest again soon.
  2. jayserinos99

    jayserinos99 Hall of Fame

    Feb 18, 2004
    let us know how that turns out. i use a T10 MP as well and would like a more detailed description with another string.
  3. WilsonPSSurgeX

    WilsonPSSurgeX New User

    Jul 3, 2004
    im switching from a dunlop 300g to the wilson ncode 95 i have demoed the diablo, NXG, LM prestige, surge x, and a couple other racquets and they dont even compare to this racquet.

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