Wilson [K] Six.Two Tennis Racquet (Size -4-1/4)
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- A favorite for all-court players at all skill levels
- Incredibly versatile, powerful, and easy to control
- Strung with Sensation string ... $25 value
- Length - 27 cm, Headsize - 100 Sq Inch, Strung Weight - 10.6 oz
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Basics: The K Six-Two is very good for those who have medium to long strokes and are looking for something that offers a good compromise between oversized racquets (110+ sq. in.) and compact racquets (~90 sq. in.). It delivers a very good mix of power and control when strung at the balance of its recommended stringing tension (@ 58 lb.). At 10.6 oz. it's weighted fairly closely to the racquets of the pros, so those just starting out might find it a tad on the heavy side.
Advanced: I recommend hitting flatter shots with this racquet since its string bed is 16 X 19. The denser pattern designates a slight preference for flatter shots as opposed to shots with spin. This is because there are more strings touching the ball at the contact point. More strings in contact indicates a preference for power. Less strings in contact would indicate that a racquet was designed for more spin, since there is more "bite" on the ball at contact. On a side note, I use the backhand slice and forehand topspin in my games and the Six-Two actually did well for both shots.
To sum things up: the K Six-Two is a great value racquet that is good for intermediate to advanced players. Those who are looking to find a good all-around racquet won't be disappointed. The Six-Two's weight and string pattern are slightly more partial to flat shots, but implementing spin-oriented shots is also quite possible.
I had looked all over the Internet hoping to avoid the $180 price tag. Late, late one evening I decided to check Amazon. They were offering the Wilson K Six.Two in a price range of $44 (price mistake?)to $159. At $159, it was a good buy, but at $44 with free shipping it was the deal of a lifetime. I paid $44 for a brand new Wilson K Six.Two racquet. My daughter loves her new racquet and her daddy loves the great deal! Thank you, Amazon!!
For me as a beginner (after half a year of training)it is very good choice and I'm just happy with it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Delivery was timely and the racquet meet all my expectations. Strings did not last very long though. Had to replace them in just a few months of use.Published on January 24, 2013 by Daniel Shannon
The goods is fine. But the size information is not so clear and it may make u misunderstand. I did. So I have to return the goods. Read morePublished on July 7, 2012 by ljq
una raqueta de mucha estabilidad y precisión en el juego,compre una para probar y ya estoy comprando 2 mas, no tengo quejas! Read morePublished on June 19, 2012 by Felipe Acosta
got that on the 2nd day after i ordered. like the racket so much and good to have a cover. Tho i'd rather like it without the string coz i would change it anyway...nice racket tho!Published on June 19, 2012 by ye
This racket description and reviews made me to but this racket and unfortunately ended as a disappointing experience. Read morePublished on May 28, 2012 by reddyinfosys
I've just started playing again in a club and my old Prince is 15 years old and hasn't been restrung since 1999. Read morePublished on April 30, 2012 by Maxheadroom
This tennis racquet is stylish, light weight, and very comfort to hold in hand. It comes with a Wilson bag for carrying. It is really light, even a woman can swing it easily. Read morePublished on April 7, 2012 by LOTUS BLOOM
Great price and fast delivery. The racket is very light and well made. It came with a decent bag and strung. Can't complain so far.Published on February 7, 2012 by Jaime L.
Brand new racquet, shipped extremely fast. Excellent intermediary racquet, nice mix of power and control, and fantastic price! Shipped safely in box with decent coverPublished on December 19, 2011 by cj2