Wilson BLX PS 6.1 90 vs Dunlop 4D 100

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by jacp, Jan 31, 2013.

  1. jacp

    jacp New User

    Jan 23, 2013
    Hello everybody,
    I will appreciate you thoughts on comparing both racquets.
    I have both and I am in process of deciding which to make #1 and buy more of.
    Dunlop is freshly strung with Tonic+(BT) 16@57.
    Wilson still has fairly chewed-up TF X1@52 (waiting to break, to use Tonic+ 16@50).
    Wilson is stock, Dunlop has 2&2g lead at 3&9 and overgrip=344g, 6HL (thinking of adding 6g to hadle).
    I am flat hitter, 1HBKH.
  2. goosala

    goosala Hall of Fame

    Jul 23, 2004
    Houston, TX
    I own both frames. If you want a softer feel but still not losing power than the AG100 with lead tape is the perfect frame. If you want a stiffer frame that is solid but sacrificing a little feel then the BLX 90 is the one to go with. Right now I use the AG100 after switching from the BLX 6.1 90 last summer. I am really happy they are only $79 while they last. Get them soon!

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