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Wilson Juice 100 BLX

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Wilson Juice 100 BLX

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MSRP $220.00
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The Wilson Juice™ 100 is an all-around frame that provides plenty of power and spin potential, making it ideal for players of all levels. A stable design and mid-plus headsize make this frame perfect for big hitting baseliners. Used by Belarusian pro player Victoria Azarenka.

The Wilson Juice line was designed and developed to enhance power and spin for a wide range of player types and skill levels. These models are lightweight and more forgiving with mid-plus headsizes that provide great power and spin. Each frame in the family has its own unique feel that’s ideal for aggressive baseliners and all-court players.

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Item #: 101753
Style #: WRT71311U
Head Size : 100 in.2
Length : 27 Inches
Weight : 10.7 Ounces (unstrung) / 11.3 Ounces (strung)
Balance: Head Light
Balance Point: 32.0cm. / 12.6in.
Power Level: Medium
Swing Type: Moderate
Tension: 53-63 Lbs.
String Pattern: 16M x 18C
Beam Width: 26.5mm, Dual Taper
Flex (RDC): 74
Grip: Pro Hybrid
Technology : BLX, Amplifeel, Double Hole
BLX®: Wilson BLX® racquet technology is engineered with basalt fibers combining proprietary frame, grommet, and grip technologies for the perfect feel. Basalt fibers are woven longitudinally with [K]arophite Black™, filtering unwanted extreme frequency and delivering a clean feedback with better sensation and the perfect feel.

Amplifeel™: Amplifeel™ handle technology provides an even cleaner and enhanced feel in the racquet. Amplifeel™ also allows for a more customized handle system providing additional handle comfort to further support maximizing the feel in each racquet and player segment

Double Hole™: Bigger holes allowing 26 degrees of string movement for a bigger sweetspot.

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Wilson Juice 100 BLX
 
4.5

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4.0

Wilson Juice 100

By WPhillyGirl

from Boston, MA

About Me Competitive Athlete

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Pros

  • Creates Spin
  • Generates Power
  • Great Feel
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Intermediate

    Comments about Wilson Juice 100 BLX:

    This is a very good tennis racket: lightweight, offers strong control with power and offers flexibility - it is not a stiff racket.

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    5.0

    Love It

    By super storm sandy

    from SRQ, FL

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    Pros

    • Creates Spin
    • Good Accuracy

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Intermediate

      Comments about Wilson Juice 100 BLX:

      This racket felt good from the first swing, I am impressed with the strings I picked too

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      • Q:

        How is the racquet on your arm?
        Asked on 9/9/2013 by Earl from Bowie, Md

        1 answer

        • Staff Reviewer

          A:

          The Juice 100 isn't really designed with any specific "arm friendly" technologies in mind and it is a little bit on the stiffer side of the spectrum, but I don't find it to be particularly hard on my arm either. The Juice 100 does feature BLX and Amplifeel technologies that help filter out unwanted vibrations and the racquet is fairly hefty, which helps offset shock from ball impact. This racquet is a pretty decent choice, even if you're worried about arm discomfort, but I would encourage you to string with a nice, soft, forgiving string like Wilson NXT, Gamma Live Wire XP, or Tecnifibre NRG.

          Answered on 9/10/2013 by Ryan from Holabird Sports
      • Q:

        Just curious - I hit with the Juice this morning and was surprised by how effortless it was - the ball jumped, I got at least 10-15 mph more on my serve. I am a 4.5 50 year old male who currently uses the Prince pro tour 100 18x20 racquet. Although the Juice is slightly lighter, I am confused by how I am getting the extra pop - is it the string pattern or the thicker beam, or the fact that it is a one piece racquet as opposed to the Prince being a 2 piece? Sorry for all the questions, but I am seriously considering switching after one set - my play jumped quite a bit.
        Asked on 7/6/2013 by darryl from columbia, md

        1 answer

        • Staff Reviewer

          A:

          A lot of what you are noticing is probably related to the difference in stiffness between the two frames. Your Prince Ozone Pro Tour has a stiffness of 66 compared to the Juice's stiffness of 74. The stiffer a frame is, the less it flexes on ball-impact, resulting in more energy transferred to the ball and less energy lost as the frame flexes. Stiffness is part of the reason that today's players are able to hit the ball so much harder than their predecessors. Today's graphite frames are far, far stiffer than the wood or aluminum frames that preceded them, resulting in easier power. Part of what you are feeling may also be attributed to the difference in weight. The Juice 100 is a good bit lighter than your Pro Tour, so it is possible that you are generating significantly faster swing speeds. Technically, there really is not a huge difference between one-piece stringing and two-piece stringing. Some racquets or manufacturers require two-piece stringing, but other than that it is often based on the preference of the stringer or customer. It is also possible that the Juice you demoed was strung with a different string or tension than your Prince Pro Tour and this could have affected the way the frame played as well. If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at (866) 860-1416 or info@holabirdsports.com.

          Answered on 7/8/2013 by Ryan from Holabird Sports
      • Q:

        4.5 woman

        recommended tension and type of string?
        Asked on 12/13/2012 by Richard from Evanston IL

        1 answer

        • Staff Reviewer

          A:

          Both tension and type of string are very much based on personal preference so it can be difficult to make a broad, general recommendation. Strings can be broadly broken into two categories: playability and durability. In general, these two groups are mutually exclusive (more playable strings tend to break more quickly, while more durable strings won't play as nicely). If the player is breaking strings frequently, you may want to consider a polyester hybrid like Wilson Sensation Duo (which is currently offered free of charge with the purchase of this racquet). If the player is not breaking strings as frequently, you might want to try something a bit softer like Wilson Sensation (also currently offered free of charge with the purchase of this racquet). Both are good choices, depending upon the player's personal preferences and needs. Tension can be used to tweak the racquet's performance. Lower tensions will result in more power while higher tensions will result in greater control. Whenever a player is switching over to a new racquet or is unsure about tension, I recommend stringing right in the middle of the tension range (58 lbs. for this racquet). If you have further questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at (866) 860-1416 or info@holabirdsports.com

          Answered on 12/14/2012 by Ryan from Holabird Sports
      • Q:

        is this flexible like the head extreme team or stiffer?
        Asked on 3/4/2012 by jess from new jersey

        1 answer

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          A:

          The Wilson Juice is a stiffer frame than the HEAD Extreme Team. The Juice has a flex rating of 74 and the Extreme Team has a rating of 58.

          Answered on 3/7/2012 by Ryan from Holabird Sports
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