What's in between a Head Pro Tour 630 and Wilson Pro Staff 6.1 95?

zill

Hall of Fame
Note: typo in title should be Wilson Hyper Pro Staff 6.1 95.

Any Suggestions that offer a bit of both worlds?
 

stingstang

Professional
Gravity Pro packs a heavy punch similar to the Wilson but with a softer feel. Very easy transition from a six one. You might not like the size/shape of the thing but worth a try.
 

zill

Hall of Fame
Gravity Pro packs a heavy punch similar to the Wilson but with a softer feel. Very easy transition from a six one. You might not like the size/shape of the thing but worth a try.
Head size way too large. Looking for a 98 max. Preferably another 95.
 

Seth

Legend
I played with the HPS6.1 for years. I’d say try the Pro Tour 2.0. It’s more forgiving than the PT630, but thinner than the 6.1. I think the power level is between the two but that’s anecdotal.
 

ryushen21

Legend
Head size way too large. Looking for a 98 max. Preferably another 95.
Considering that there are very few 95 frames out there, you are really limiting your options.

PT 2.0, Yonex VCore 95, Dunlop CX 200 Tour 16x19, Blade v7, PS 97 v13, Pure Strike
 

Crocodile

Legend
I don’t know if these racquets are in between but a 2018 PK Q Tour 325 would be in that realm but it’s a 98 head. Also a Volkl SG 10 Mid could come into play buy it’s 93 Head. Even a Yonex V Core Pro couid have some attributes of the classic racquets you have, and yes the Prestige MP.
 

BoxbeamsFTW

Semi-Pro
I've read it was a nickname for Ron the big executive from Wilson.

I would have guessed one of the older Blades would be good. Blade 93 for more prestige, 98 for more Six.One 95.

What do you like about them or want from them? The Pro Tour 2.0 sounds great too. Maybe the TF40.
 

Ronaldo

Bionic Poster
Always wondered what ROK stood for.

And the name? Well, that's left a little to the imagination. We know in the design phase the racquet was targeted for Roger Federer, one of his nicknames on tour is "The Rock". The corporate biography might tell you the ROK is designed to help you play "ROK" solid and "ROK" your competition. In the back alleys of Chicago you might hear that coincidentally, the lead designer and playtester for this racquet is a guy named Ron Rocchi. His nick name inside Wilson HQ is "rock star" so it just seemed appropriate to name this new racquet simply "the ROK".
 

BoxbeamsFTW

Semi-Pro
Haha, dammit I just realised from reading another thread I think the answer is clearly the Tfight 305, XTC or RS. If you want to go more toward 6.1 95.
 
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