wilson nblade review...

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by Prostaffer, Feb 27, 2006.

  1. Prostaffer

    Prostaffer Semi-Pro

    Sep 13, 2004
    taught with the demo all day. still went to my vantage when the 3.5 class came out though.

    for those of you (myself included) who thought the rok was too "soft" then the nblade is the stick for you. a stiffer stick and with pop that won't kill your arm. not entirely heavy either. for those who want a players stick/frame without the weight this is probably the stick for you. for those that claimed this is wilson's radical i beg to differ.

    i have always found the head radical to have an inconsistent sweetspot while this stick is familiar the first time you swing with it. this is not a stick for flat hitters. serves come out nicely on the 6 pts headlight frame. serves something like the ntour (orange womans frame) believe it or nto. good speed can be generated from this stick.

    if your a player who serves, strokes and then comes in, this is the stick for you. angles and power volleys are all available from this stick. if your a big spinner who needs to keep it in, also the stick for you. played with the 98 and it is a very manueverable frame at the net.

    forehands like... wilson triad 6.0 (the black white, yes i palyed with hit)

    backhands like... head liquidmetal prestige

    volleys like... wilson pro staff 6.0 95

    serves like... head i prestige
  2. Mr.Federer

    Mr.Federer Hall of Fame

    Sep 2, 2005

    The Ntour isn't a woman's frame. Just because JHH and Davenport play with it doesn't make a woman's frame. pfff.
  3. welscto

    welscto New User

    Feb 28, 2006
    Prostaffer...what do you mean "not a good stick for flat hitters"? What makes you think so?
  4. oscar_2424

    oscar_2424 Legend

    Sep 5, 2005
    Hallandale, Florida
    wrong forum
  5. dagman365

    dagman365 New User

    Apr 7, 2012
    I was just about to say as well that the nTour is not a frame for women! Glad someone else wrote that as well. Aside from the Wilson W Line racquets, and racquets painted pink, there's really no such thing as a woman's racquet. I have always found the word "******bag" to be low quality, but it appears that there is such thing as one afterall!

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