If you have been paying attention to the tennis racquets of 2019, you know that the Wilson Clash is the hottest item out there right now. But the question still remains, “What is the Wilson Clash Racquet Paintjob going to look like?”
Well, the Clash racquet paintjob hasn’t officially been released by Wilson but pros at the 2019 Australian Open that are playing with this racquet are down under with the new paint.
Wilson Clash Racquet Paintjob
I caught a glimpse of American Nicole Gibbs’ instagram account and saw that she’s working out in Melbourne right now with the Wilson Clash…and the new Wilson Clash racquet paintjob!
What does the Wilson Clash racquet paintjob look like?
From the above picture, you can see that the frame at 3 and 9 are grey (matte or glossy) and the head is orange with the remaining part of the body being black. I’m digging the new Clash paintjob! It’s not too busy and not too plain, it definitely stands out.
I have reviewed the Wilson Clash, if you would like to check out it: Wilson Clash Review
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Here’s a small excerpt of my review:
…From the warm-up to full court drilling the Wilson Clash showed me what all the hype was about. This tennis racquet is truly unlike anything I have played with in recent years. Full swings felt absolutely incredible. The frame itself has a lower swingweight, which made it easy to swing, and the low flex but the power level is actually quite high. Every tennis ball I hit felt like it was coming off the stringbed with good pace and with great depth. My forehands were very accurate, the flexibility on the Wilson Clash gave me the ability to move the ball around wherever I wanted. It was a true delight hitting with this racquet!
Because of the 16 mains and 19 crosses stringing pattern, the spin I was able to generate was plentiful. Easy top spin forehands and deep penetrating backhand slices were a breeze to hit. I never felt that I had to change my grip to generate the spin needed to get the ball to drop in; the frame did it all on its own…
What do you think of the Wilson Clash racquet paintjob? Let me know in the comments below!
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