Wilson Ultra 100 V3.0
Wilson adds another chapter to the�Ultra 100.�Like the previous generation, this racket packs a 318 gram strung weight and a powerful beam construction.�It's also very maneuverable, giving it an appeal that extends from recreational players and weekend warriors all the way to intermediate league players.
Head Size: 100 in� / 645 cm�
Length: 27in / 68,5cm
Strung Weight: 318g / 11,2oz
Unstrung Weight: 300g / 10,6oz
Balance: 33,02cm / 4 pts HL
Unstrung Balance: 32cm / 7 pts HL
Beam Width: 24,5mm / 26mm / 23,5m
String Pattern: 16x19
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