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Hi guys,

Just wondering if someone could tell me the major differences between these two ranges of racquets please.

Is the K Six One range more suited to pros/advanced players for instance?

Which range is easier to use for intermediates etc etc

Many thanks.
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Re: Wilson K Blades v Wilson K Six One range.

KBlade is for the intermediate moving to advanced range. The KSixOne is for more advanced players.
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Re: Wilson K Blades v Wilson K Six One range.

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KBlade is for the intermediate moving to advanced range. The KSixOne is for more advanced players.
pretty much spot on. but if you're really being pedantic, both of them are a range within a range: the blade range has the team for lower intermediates, the blade for high intermediates and the blade tour for advanced players. the 61 range has the lite for juniors, the team for intermediates, and the 95s and tour for advanced players.
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Re: Wilson K Blades v Wilson K Six One range.

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Hi guys,

Just wondering if someone could tell me the major differences between these two ranges of racquets please.

Is the K Six One range more suited to pros/advanced players for instance?

Which range is easier to use for intermediates etc etc

Many thanks.
Since I own 2 K six one rackets I can say that everything is on head size and weight. One is 98 sq in and 295 other is 90 sq in and 340 grams. They are completely different rackets. Same is with Blades. In same series there are models for "advanced" and "pro" players.

I can recommend 98 sq inch. Did you tried any Prince?
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Re: Wilson K Blades v Wilson K Six One range.

Thanks guys for the responses.

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Re: Wilson K Blades v Wilson K Six One range.

I used to play with a K one Lite, wich is 260grams, i went looking for something heavier pretty soon though and ended up testing the kblade 98 wich really made it easier to produce a powerfull baseline shot, and varying spin IF you had the right technique, otherwise the balls disappear in the sky haha, but either way I really liked it and my mates noticed my level had increased inmediatly.
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