Wilson Pro Staff 6.1 90 BLX 2012

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Zwaeg, Apr 8, 2013.

  1. Zwaeg

    Zwaeg New User

    Oct 15, 2010
    Does anyone know something about a new version of Federers Racket..?
  2. Drago

    Drago New User

    Oct 3, 2008
    Santa Barbara
    There is a new writing on the racquet "Pro Staff Ninety" instead of "Pro Staff Six One 90".
    Also there is new handle technology called Amplifeel.
    Probably feels little heavier than 12oz probably because of this handle technology and my personal impression is that the handle is still very uncomfortable.
  3. spinovic

    spinovic Hall of Fame

    Feb 19, 2013
    It weighs in around 12.6 strung, I believe. I thought it was a nice racquet when I demoed it, just too demanding for me personally. I preferred some others I've tried.
  4. acura9927

    acura9927 Semi-Pro

    Feb 20, 2012
    Albuquerque, NM
    I have it and well its just a decorative piece in my mancave cause there is no way I can swing 3 sets with it. And racquet head speed? No way Jose with the 6.1. Next life.
  5. shaneno

    shaneno Professional

    Oct 9, 2010
    Hmmmm. i don't think they are coming out with a new version! My current stick is the new BLX PS 90 Fed Racket... i bet u saw the discount and thought they coming out with a new version! i thought so too, but i don't think wilson gonna do that seen they switch it last yeat before 3-4years of fed using it!

    This version right now (white/gold/Red) for 2012 come with 90 Sq. inch head size but it seem to be more of a 93 head size to me! i think a few other people had a similar form somewhere here. it weight stat say 12.6 but it feel lighter to me. it come with Amphfeel that cancels out the bad feel and give u the good feel of the ball.

    I love the 90 racket for a while. i first started because of Fed but now i love it and it my weapon of choice!, and i can't switch know matter how much i try! that how good i feel with it. :D

    MAYBE!!! 2014 they come out with one.... IDK THO!

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