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Wilson Clash 100 V2 2022 Review

Wilson Clash 100 V2 Review


For 2022, Wilson retains the signature technology of the 2019 version while improving stability and feel. The racket elevates playability for all levels, thanks to a revised construction at the tip of the hoop that significantly enlarges the sweet spot.



Weight unstrung (+/-5g)

295 grams

Head size

100 sq in

Beam width

24 mm

Balance (+/- 5mm)


String pattern

16 x 19


27 in 




New grommet construction provides a consistent, more forgiving string bed response while dramatically increasing the sweet spot. Players with modern and traditional swings will appreciate the horizontal and vertical bending, which increases ball dwell time on the string bed. Torsional bending features proprietary carbon mapping to stabilize frame flexibility on off-center hits, and FORTYFIVE provides the ultimate feel, increasing flexibility and stability.



The Wilson Clash 100 V2 is a joy to play with from the baseline. It's fast swing weight enables players to generate topspin, without losing control. The feel is excellent and unique, and it is definitely one of the rackets standout features. The racket should be very easy to use for intermediate to advanced players because of its consistency. Wilson fans can expect good power, nice control, good direction, and sufficient stability. However, some players may struggle with this racket if they are used to more accessible frames, like the Babolat Pure Aero. Players may also struggle against heavy hitters, but added weight could help in that department. 



With the unique and modern feel, volleys are great with the V2. The big sweet spot provides great comfort and control, for powerful smashes. The maneuverability can help players position the racket to their liking, even if it provides a lively response. All players will love the power and feel up at the net, but the racket suffers from precision and stability issues. Again, some customization will help here, and most intermediate players will find that the V2 is an adequate performer up at the net. 


Serves and Returns 

The V2 is a well rounded performer for serves. Similarly to groundstrokes, players will have plenty on control for flat and spin heavy serves. The rackets nice swing weight can allow the player to swing fast, to generate excellent spin for a kick or slice serve. While it won't provide maximum free power for flat serves, baseliners should be able to hit powerful flat serves with the added comfort and unique feel.

For returns, the maneuverability is great for racket positioning. The improved sweet spot is good for off center hits, and the racket does perform well on returns. Stability can be an issue here, but some added weight may help against big hitters. The nice swing weight and feel can give the player momentum before returning though, so it can hold up well, depending on your play style.... 


For those

The Wilson Clash 100 v2 is definitely a baseliners racket for intermediate to advanced players. All court players may struggle if they are used to free power or control orientated frames. Aggressive baseliners will appreciate the feel, swing weight, and control. Doubles players will like the volleying capabilities and good control. Of course, probably everyone can admire the professional and gorgeous cosmetic. The red and black colors with the matte finish completes the brilliant design. Wilson also continues to make an effort to reduce its environmental footprint with the plant based bumper and grommets! 


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