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The choice of a new generation of powerful baseline players, the Pro Tour BLX tennis racket offers up the pace and spin needed to penetrate the court from any position with BLX enhanced feel. 2009 US Open Champion Juan Martin Del Potro plays with the Pro Tour BLX tennis racket
The Wilson Racket Review Crew are tennis enthusiasts here to give you their opinions and insight to the latest Wilson rackets.

Each Racket Review Crew player varies in their tennis level and abilities.

ATP Tour player Prakash Armitraj, professional surfer CJ Hobgood, former Columbia University player Donny Opici, former junior player Courtney Sargent and recreational player Maria Diegnan will give you an inside view to their tennis life.

This blog is for players of all levels to start a dialog and help find the best racket for you and your game.

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Maria the Tennis Menace reviews the
Cirrus One BLX

Courtney Sargent reviews the
Khamsin Five BLX

Wilson was proud to be the Official Stringer of the 2010 Australian Open. The Wilson Tour Stringing Team and Baiardo worked extremely hard to produce top quality string jobs and meet the player's world class demands. Attached is a string log detailing the preferences of The Top 25 men and women for the fortnight. Click here for the Australian Open string log
In an all Wilson final, Feliciano Lopez used his new Wilson Pro Open BLX tennis racket to defeat Stephane Robert 75 61 for the SA Tennis Open title. This is Lopez’s second career ATP Tour Singles title
Using his Six.One 95 BLX racket, Thomaz Bellucci defeated Monaco in a tough 62 06 64 battle to take the Movistar Open Singles title
Jesse Huta Galung swung his Six.One racket to reach the singles final of the PBS Zagreb Indoor tournament
In his first appearance at a tour level event, Joao Souza swung his Six.One tennis racket to make his way through qualifying and reach his 1st ATP Tour semifinal
Using his Blade 98 racket, Philipp Petzschner and partner Melzer capped a dream week by winning their first ATP World Tour title together with a hard-fought 3-6, 6-3, 10-8 victory over Arnaud Clement and Rochus in the final of the PBZ Zagreb Indoors
Using his Six.One 95 tennis racket, Aisam Ul Haq Qureshi and Bopanna won their first ATP Tour doubles title together as the rallied to defeat Beck and Levy 26 63 10-5 to take the SA Tennis Open title
In Fed Cup action, Melanie Oudin used her Blade Tour racket and Bethanie Mattek-Sands used her Tour BLX racket to defeat France 3-0 and reach the semifinals. The US will now take on Russia
Flavia Pennetta used her Blade 98 racket as she led Italy to a 4-1 victory over the Ukraine to reach the in Fed Cup semifinals. Italy, the defending Fed Cup Champions, will now take on the Czech Republic
Using her Tour BLX tennis racket, Lucie Hradecka led the Czech Republic team to a 3-2 victory over Germany as she won her singles rubber over Andrea Petkovic
In the deciding rubber, Kleybanova and Kuznetsova defeated Ivanovic and Jankovic 61 64 to lift Russia to the Fed Cup semifinals