Carbon Mapping…GPS for Your Ball!
Wilson has introduced a new generation of tennis racquets that do not include GPS but maybe something just as good!
The new Clash tennis racquet is what I am talking about! This new racquet will be in the shop on February 15 and wants to say “hello”!
What makes this such a different racquet is the ability to “adjust” stiffness to the players swing. I have not done a complete evaluation of the racquets so it is premature to go into detail, however, I have felt, and measured the stiffness in the lab. There is a considerable softness!
But where does the GPS thing come in? So, the material layup has been designed to combat the lack of control of very soft racquets, therefore, when you smack the ball the racquet will become stiffer, ergo, control is enhanced and the ball should land at your desired destination! Just like GPS, right?
From the beginning, It has been the mission of Racquet Quest to minimize the “injury” potential of stiff racquets combined with stiff string. We believe this racquet is a step in the right direction!
The Clash racquet comes in two (2) models:
Clash 100 & Clash 100 Tour
The only difference is the weight. The string pattern is 16×19 and slightly “open” for better ball capture.
These racquets are available for pre-order now. We have a limited number arriving on or about February 15 so place your order soon.
I will post more specification details when the racquets arrive so the data is lab “tested” so check back in