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Wilson has been leading the tennis racket industry for over a century, continually pushing the limitations of innovation and creativity to deliver some of the best tennis rackets in the world. Tennis legends, past and present, have won Grand Slam tournaments with Wilson tennis rackets including Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Steffi Graf, Jack Kramer, Simona Halep, Pete Sampras and Jimmy Connors, to name a few.

The Wilson racket caters for all players, and the ranges consists of PRO STAFF, CLASH, SHIFT, BLADE and ULTRA.


The Blade 98 V8 pairs captivating design with a new layup to better accommodate the more modern, vertical swing path commonly used by competitive players. The headliner innovation, FORTYFIVE°, manages to increase both the flexibility and stability of the frame to lend supreme feel for the ball on every shot. Still characterized by its superior presence in the hands of the best players in the world, this evolution of Blade rewards aggressive, precise ball-strikers with a top-tier blend of connected-to-theball feel, torsional stability and color-shifting design to wow teammates and opponents alike.

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New design meets signature performance with a twist: the Clash V2 upgrades playability while maintaining the remarkable blend of flexibility and stability synonymous with the Clash franchise. Boasting a revised construction at the tip of the hoop, this racket significantly augments the sweet spot for more consistency on off-center contact. Super head-light for excellent control over the racket head, the Clash V2 dials up attractive design with an embossed Clash logo on the throat and an anodized elastic finish for a smooth, rich look on the court. Racket includes Agiplast plant-based end cap, bumper and grommets to reduce waste and lower environmental footprint.

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Achieve the ultimate combination of spin and power with the Wilson Shift 99 V1 Tennis Racket. Ideal for intermediate to advanced, all-around players, the Shift 99 has an innovative string pattern and bending profile built to be stable, yet laterally flexible for controllable power and devastating spin. A first of its kind, the Shift V1 collection was built and refined via player feedback from all over the world. Add in the plant-based materials used throughout the end cap and bumper, this racket will bring your game to the next level.

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Pro Staff

If you’re strong enough to handle this racket, the payoff in power is huge. The Wilson Pro Staff 97 V14 is a precision-oriented racket ideal for advanced players. Slightly lighter than the Pro Staff RF 97, it still has a high weight that’s concentrated in the handle. Designed with Paradigm Bending technology to optimize the bending profile between the shaft and hoop, this racket offers precision and pinpoint control. We arranged the double braid at 45-degree angles, allowing the frame to breathe more upon impact. This increases dwell time while maintaining the stability responsible for the classic Pro Staff feel.

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Serving up more control than any other frame in the Ultra line, the Ultra V4 supplies advanced players with a weapon as formidable as it is beautiful. This racket features the signature thin beam geometry and head-light balance present in the Pro Labs series in a closed string pattern for additional durability and precision, making this a great option for frequent string breakers seeking pinpoint placement with their shots. Coated with a smooth, glossy finish with a revolutionary color-shifting design, this frame redefines captivating performance for serious players.

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What Racket Should I Use?


I want a racket that gives me the best blend of power, feel and precision to swing with total confidence on every shot.


I am a big-hitter and I need a racket that allows me to feel the ball to attack my opponent.


I play a variety of tennis and want a racket that provides me with easy access to power, in order to make playing tennis effortless.


I am an experienced player looking for a racket that delivers the pinnacle in precision and performance.

Pro Players

Stefanos Tsitsipas


Grigor Dimitrov

Pro Staff

Maria Sakkari


Wilson's Story

When Canadian-born Thomas Wilson established a company in 1914, he could not have envisioned it would eventually become the gold standard in the game of tennis for many decades. Once a fledgling meat-packing company based in Chicago, Wilson Sporting Goods remains a powerful brand in tennis. Throughout the years, a high percentage of the world’s greatest players have used a Wilson racquet to win a championship at some point in their career.


Under Pierre Babolat’s leadership, Babolat & Monnier, originally specializing in processing natural gut for various purposes, including sausages, surgical thread and archery, innovates by creating the first natural gut strings for racquets. This breakthrough occurs one year
after Walter Clopton Wingfield establishes the rules of lawn tennis and shortly after the production of the company’s initial badminton strings. Babolat then becomes the pioneering company dedicated to
racquet games, marking its entry into the world of sports.

1914 - 1935

Wilson served as President and Chairman of the Board of Wilson & Company for 35 years, transforming it into one of the 50 largest industrial corporations in America.

Initially successful in branding processed meat products, he later established prominence in the sporting goods industry. Wilson manufactures equipment for various sports, including American football, badminton, baseball, basketball, fast pitch softball, golf, racquetball, soccer, squash, and volleyball. While diverse, the company is particularly renowned for its leadership in tennis racquets and balls. The first Wilson racquet, made from second growth ash tree and a finecombed cedar handle, debuted at $0.75 in the company's founding year. By 1917, Wilson's catalog featured 28 models, including the Blue Ribbon made of white ash, walnut, and dogwood. This racquet boasted a distinctive oval shape.

The introduction of the Mahogany Leather Grip in 1935 revolutionized athletes' feel and grip in tennis handles.


The Jack Kramer Autograph tennis racket revolutionized tennis with its powerful laminated ash construction. Between 1949 and 1981, over 10 million of these racquets were sold. Renowned players like John McEnroe, Tracy Austin, Arthur Ashe, and Billie Jean King used this racket, contributing to numerous Grand Slam victories during that period.


The era of wooden racquets concluded with the debut of the first commercially accessible metal racquet, the Wilson T2000. Its endvuring durability and lightweight design have had a lasting impact on the construction of tennis rackets to date.

1969 - 1983

In 1969, the Billie Jean King Autograph Racquet, a perfectly balanced Strata-Bow racket, was used by Billie Jean King in her fifth Wimbledon victory. It featured special flexibility at the head and a long, strong handle to reduce torque. The racket was crafted from the finest ash with natural beech shoulder face layers and adorned with blue Speed-Flex fiber throat faces.

In 1975, the Chris Evert Autograph Racket, designed for professional women players, offered a lighter frame with optimized maneuverability and a more flexible grip for increased power on strokes. Made with famous American white ash and strata bow construction, it featured a 7" long handle for enhanced control, especially on two-handed backhand shots.

In 1980, Wilson adopted a revolutionary approach by manufacturing racquets with a new construction—Graphite and Kevlar. This innovation contributed to the widespread popularity of the Pro Staff racket, particularly among professional players.

1987 - 1990

The redesigned Wilson racket became the first tennis racket with a wider head, providing players with a significant increase in power. The introduction of Hammer technology by Wilson created the largest sweet spot in any racquet at that time. The Hammer 2.7si, weighing only 283g, stood out as one of the lightest and most powerful racquets of its era.

1993 - 1998

Wilson led the lightweight racquet market with the Hyper Sledge Hammer® 2.0, featuring the groundbreaking Hyper Carbon™ material initially utilized in the aerospace industry. This ultra-lightweight and exceptionally strong material marked a significant advancement in tennis racket design. Introduced in October 1998, the Hyper Sledge Hammer® 2.0 swiftly became the top-selling racquet in the USA.


Celebrating its centennial, Wilson Sporting Goods Co. marks a remarkable 100 years in the sports market—a milestone achieved by only a select few brands globally. Beyond products, Wilson, driven by enduring passion, is dedicated to creating lasting memories with
athletes. Since its inception in 1914, Wilson has consistently pursued this objective and has amassed an unparalleled collection of titles in sports, exceeding 500 tennis Grand Slam titles, 61 golf majors, 20 basketball Final Four championships, 93 World Series victories, and 47 Super Bowls. Introducing the new RF97 Autograph Racquet, it represents the first Wilson Autograph racket in almost four decades, designed by Roger Federer to retain the true, classic feel of the iconic Pro Staff line.


Roger Federer, widely regarded as one of the greatest tennis players of all time, has achieved a remarkable record, including 302 weeks at the #1 ranking, 1139 victories, 96 titles, 20 Grand Slam titles, and 2 Olympic
medals. Throughout his career, both as a junior and professional, Federer has exclusively played with Wilson, a partnership that has significantly contributed to his success on the tennis court.


Wilson solidified its status among tennis legends by securing endorsement contracts with Roger Federer and Serena Williams, agreements that remain in effect today.

Federer and Williams, widely regarded as two of the greatest players of all time, have relied on Wilson racquets to collectively claim an impressive total of 43 major singles championships throughout their careers.