The new Wilson Burn FST 99 is a modern player’s racquet constructed with speed in mind. Designed with Wilson’s new Fast Swing Technology, which is an ultra-aerodynamic frame design, this racquet swings fast from all areas of the court. The Carbon Fiber construction results in a fairly firm feel (it measures 72 RA) and lots of pop, however, the racquet never feels uncomfortable or uncontrollable. The relatively dense 18x19 string pattern helps to keep the ball on target without sacrificing spin potential. Another new feature in the Burn FST racquets is Wilson’s X2 Ergo grip technology. By inserting special grip inserts under the grip, the top of the handle is thickened, allowing for more leverage for those hitting with two-handed backhands. The Burn FST 99 is a great option for those looking for a fast swinging player’s racquet with a great blend of power and control.
This racquet is Sony Sensor compatible.
- Head Size: 99 sq. inches
- Length: 27 inches
- Weight: 10.9 oz. / 310 grams unstrung
- Balance: 9 pts head light unstrung
- Tension Range: 50-60 lbs
- String Pattern: 18/19
Wilson creates an extremely aerodynamic frame to match the speed of the modern game. The result is a faster swinging racquet that offers easier access to pace and spin.
Carbon Fiber Graphite:
High Modulus Graphite for a firm feel and explosive power.
Wilson X2 Ergo:
A customizable handle shape creates optimal personalized feel for the modern two-handed backhand.
Sony Sensor Technology:
Analyze your game like never before! The Sony Smart Sensor attaches to compatible butt caps and sends a detailed snapshot of your game to your smartphone or tablet.
Dimensional Weight: 1.0 kg
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