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Wilson Burn 100LS v4 Tennis Racquet

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Wilson Burn 100LS v4 Tennis Racquet (Model #WR044911U)

Lightweight and powerful, the Wilson Burn 100LS v4 rocks a matte black and silver design with a string pattern engineered with Spin Effect Technology to provide additional spin that helps control your blistering shots from the baseline. Due to its lighter weight, this racket is easier to maneuver for effective volleys around the net. This updated version of the Burn 100LS racquet has a slightly heavier swinging weight and continues to generate power to blast shots from the baseline, but now with a design that amps up performance and looks. The 18x16 Spin Effect string pattern and 23.5mm beam allow for heavy groundstrokes with spin that jumps off of the court.  Lastly, with this more headlight frame, the service box opens up more for you with the ability to hit more locations on serve.

Recommended for strong beginning to intermediate level players looking for added power and spin with lots of racquet head acceleration ability.

Technologies:

Spin Effect Technology (S.E.T.): Using fewer cross strings than main strings, this technology allows the main strings to deflect more for maximum snapback. The result is massive spin punctuated by balls that dive very sharply. This is the first racquet system that actually increases ball RPM without players needing to radically change their swing speed.

Carbon Fiber Graphite: High Modulus Graphite for a firm feel and explosive power.

Parallel Drilling: Provides a consistent, more forgiving stringbed response while dramatically increasing the sweetspot.

Wilson X2 Ergo: A customizable handle shape creates optimal personalized feel for the modern two-handed backhand.

(See "Specifications" tab for more detailed racquet information)