The new Wilson Ultra is the model played by select Wilson tour players such as Gael Monfils.
Returning to a box beam, the Wilson Ultra 100L has uncontaminated, modern design features that consist of clean lines, bold colour accents and a gloss finish. With a generous 100 square inch head and light at 277g, the 100L offers a very playable racket for beginner to intermediate adult players.
New technologies include the Power Rib throat geometry that optimises power through greater stability and stiffness, while the new Crush Zone grommet system compresses at impact to boost power and ball dwell time on the strings, resulting in a 15% increase in the racket hotspot compared to previous editions, for more explosive power.
The new Ultra also features Countervail technology, a unique layer of carbon fibre within the frame of the racket that disperses the energy of the ball on impact, reducing vibration and minimising fatigue. The feel of the racket stays the same, but you expend less energy stabilising the arm during each shot. It really makes a huge cumulative difference – according to a study conducted by the University of Minnesota, you experience 30% less racket vibration, fatigue is decreased by 10%, and as a result you have 40% more control over shots when nearing exhaustion. It’s proven in other sports too: bike manufacturers use it in frames built for the gruelling Tour de France.
Headsize: 100 sq in
Weight (U): 277g
Balance (U): 32.5cm / 6 HL
String Pattern: 16x19
Taper System: 23-26.5-22.5 DTB
Please be advised that this racket will come strung unless the image displays otherwise.
Please note that all Wilson Ultra rackets come without a protective head cover.
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Measuring Your Grip Size
Choosing the right grip size is a vital part of playing tennis. The right grip size will make your racket feel natural and comfortable.
Use a ruler and measure (in inches) from the crease fold in your hand, to the top of your ring finger. Please see table below:
Note: It is always better to go for a smaller grip size, as you can easily increase your grip size with over grips.