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Wilson [K] Six.Two Tennis Racquet (Size -4-1/4)

by Wilson
3.5 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews

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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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Product Description

The Wilson(r) (K) Six Two(tm) prestrung performance racket is powerful and easy to play with no matter your skill level. The performance racket is an all-around solution to help any player control his opponent.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0015EQ3ME
  • Item model number: WRT7960S-4-1/4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #481,627 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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Let me begin by saying that I'm an intermediate/advanced player who bought this racquet for all-court play. I'm am offensive/defensive baseliner. Though I make the trip to the net when play dictates.

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.
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I bought the Wilson K Six.Two tennis racquet for my daughter who has decided to play on her high school tennis team. Her coach and another high school tennis coach I know recommended the Wilson N Sixt Two,but Wilson no longer makes that racquet. They've replaced it with the K Six.Two, which delivers both power and a great sense of touch, making it extremely effective at both the net and the baseline. My daughter reported an improvement in her game from the first time she used the racquet.

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!!
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I've had my Wilson [K] Six.Two for around a year now, and I absolutely love it. I play tennis for fun, but with other guys who play very well (not just messing around on the court). I was in the hunt for a nice racket that would give me better speed, yet good control, and I must say, this racket gives me both! I get a lot of pop off serves and get really good power off shots, yet I still feel I am able to control the shots too. The racket is just the right weight, actually a bit lighter than my old Head racket, which I like a lot. And the 100-inch head gives you a little grace with not hitting the ball in the sweet spot every time. Overall, I am highly pleased with this Wilson product. Highly recommended.
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Grip Size: 4 3/8 Verified Purchase
This is my second racquet and I have to say it's worth to buy. It is enough heavy to make a good shot, I found it fast and keeping control of the ball.
For me as a beginner (after half a year of training)it is very good choice and I'm just happy with it.
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By blairf on October 15, 2012
I'm an intermediate player and I've tried about 10 racquets in the last year. I prefer stiff, head light, heads with a wide beam. On top of that, I like medium-weight racquets at this point in my life. This racquet is perfect. I also hit the ball pretty flat with a small amount of spin. The string spacing is ideal for flat hitters. It has enough power to hit deep, but not hit it out of the court unless I crank one. Serves and volleys feel good too.
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Grip Size: 4 3/8 Verified Purchase
This is my fisrt time practicing with a racquet so I searched the best option according my conditions and amateur skills. Now I know, playing tennis, the k six two was my best choice
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Grip Size: 4_1/2-inch Verified Purchase
I recently re-started playing tennis. I know that a quality racquet is a good purchase, but I am not at a point in my game where the absolute best is going to make any difference. This is perfect racquet for my needs.
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I have been playing with the Wilson[K] Six.Two for a month now and I have to say it is amazing. Extremely light and packed with a punch this racket has increased my confidence level tremendously, I can't blame anything on the racket anymore so I try extra hard and have definitely improved a lot in just a month. I LOVE THIS RACQUET
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