Wilson Enforcer 100 Tennis Racket
The Wilson Federer 100 Tennis Racket is an all-time favorite of both professional and amateur players alike. Featuring a sleek design similar to that of Roger Federer’s racket, the Wilson Federer 100 Tennis racket is designed for those individuals who are brand-new to the sport and has a low-mid (645 cm2) head to help increase higher control over short shots. For powerful shot-making, the large spun out 18×19 nylon string pattern offers great spin along with a heavy yet flexible feel. For a sleek and lightweight feel, the soft textile lining on the racket handle adds to the overall package. And, of course, for the ultimate in comfort and safety, the rubber grip is completely impermeable.
Wilson Federer 100 Tennis Racket has an ergonomic design that makes it one of the best-performing brands in the market today. With a weight of only eleven.4 ounces, it is light enough for even junior players to carry. And since the racket features a head light balance, players can increase their degree of wrist support for greater ball striking and a more efficient transfer of power from their forehand to their backhand. The out-of-the-box design means that this racket will not require any compatibility upgrades to existing clubs. With an ergonomically-designed grip and a pre-made string pattern, it is ready to go right out of the box.
The overall length of the Wilson Federer 100 Tennis Racket is just above thirteen inches. However, due to its ergonomic design, the total length is well below the fifteen inch standard. This is a plus because when a player uses a racket that is too long for their body, they will experience a number of uncomfortable side effects. These include having to deal with an out-of-the-box feel, having to deal with a loose handle, having to deal with a shaft that is too stiff, and having to deal with a low level of power transfer from their forehand to their backhand. On the other hand, a short racket does not provide this comfort, as it will force players to extend their arm further out in order to hit the ball. When they lengthen their arms, they have to compensate by bringing their shoulder down, a move that can have a number of unpleasant side effects.