Wilson Ultra 100 Countervail

Unstrung
Stocked Online Only
No Cover
Clearance Item
Reviews & Feedback
$179.99 229.99
Gift Wrapping Service
Stringing Service

This racquet comes unstrung from the manufacturer.

Have it strung by our certified stringing team. Customization options will show below.

Stringing Service Options

Your racquet will be strung for a $20 service fee plus cost of string. Understanding tennis strings
Description

Wilson updates the Ultra 100 with a sleek new paint job as well as integrating some new technologies. The result is an extremely versatile, solid and comfortable frame that will appeal to fans of the previous generation and should make plenty of new fans.

In this update to the extremely popular Ultra 100 Wilson has kept most of the key specifications the same as the previous version. Back is the versatile 100 square inch head size that provides a generous sweetspot without providing too much pop. The 10.6 ounce (300 grams) unstrung weight provides the ideal balance of stability and manoeuvrability. The 7 points head light balance (320 mm) makes generating racquet head speed a breeze.

Though the specifications have remained the same in this update, Wilson has introduced some new technologies into this new version of the Ultra 100. Power Rib technology adds ribs to the inside of the throat of the racquet. The result is more torsional stability and directional control as well as a slight increase in stiffness in the throat, which helps to boast power. Crush Zone technology is a new grommet system that compresses at impact providing more dwell time, increased feel and a more explosive string bed.

This new version of the Ultra 100 also incorporates Countervail (CV) technology into the frame construction. Countervail minimizes frame vibration without sacrificing the racquet’s performance or feel.

The Ultra 100 Countervail is an extremely versatile racquet that will appeal to a wide range of players.

  • Head Size: 100 sq. inches / 645 sq. cm
  • Length: 27 inches / 68.58 cm
  • Weight: 10.6 oz / 300 g unstrung
  • Balance: 7 pts head light / 320 mm unstrung
  • Swing Weight: 316 strung
  • Beam width: 23mm / 26.5mm / 22.5mm
  • Flex: 68 RA
  • Tension Range: 50-60 lbs / 23-27 kg
  • String Pattern: 16/19
  • Power Rib is enhanced racket throat geometry at a crucial bending and twisting area of the frame. This provides greater stability and stiffness that result in more power and increased directional accuracy.
  • Crush Zone is an innovative grommet system that compresses at impact and increases ball dwelltime on the strings. The benefit of this technology is better feel and more potential energy that drives explosive power.
  • Countervail is a patented, one-of- a-kind, layered carbon fiber, originally designed for the aerospace industry to dissipate vibrational energy in airplanes and space vehicles. Wilson LABS, the innovation hub at Wilson, has strategically placed precise amounts of the technology into specific areas of each Blade racket frame to give tennis players meaningful and cumulative physiological benefits over time, including maximum energy, particularly in late sets or long matches, and less fatigue. As a result, athletes will have more control over his/her shots and recover from training and matches faster.
  • 100"sq
  • 16/19
  • 10.6oz
  • 300g

UPC#

Fit Guide
Adult Racquets Sizing Information
Grip Size Length
L0 (4") 4"
L1 (4 1/8") 4 and 1/8"
L2 (4 1/4") 4 and 2/8"
L3 (4 3/8") 4 and 3/8"
L4 (4 1/2") 4 and 4/8"
L5 (4 5/8") 4 and 5/8"

To determine your grip size without using a racquet, measure from the tip of your ring finger to the major fold crease in your palm. Write down the distance to the nearest 8th of an inch. This is your standard grip size.

Grip size palm measurements for tennis racquets

If you fall somewhere between the measurements, it is recommended to choose the smaller grip size as you can always build the grip size up using an overgrip or a grip build-up sleeve.

For more information, please read our article: How To Select Your Grip Size

Specifications
Technology
Reviews
Shipping & Returns

Shipping This item has a dimensional weight of 1.0 kg per unit of quantity. Also known as volumetric weight, this is an estimated weight that is calculated from the length, width, height and actual weight of a package. It also takes into consideration oversize/fuel surcharges. It is not representative of the actual weight of a package. We use this estimated weight as the basis to our shipping rate calculations.
View shipping information


Racquets Returns Each item has a certain set of prerequisites that must all be met in order to return said item.
The plastic wrap on the racquet handle has not been removed.
The racquet has not been strung.
More conditions may apply: view our full return policy

Description

Wilson updates the Ultra 100 with a sleek new paint job as well as integrating some new technologies. The result is an extremely versatile, solid and comfortable frame that will appeal to fans of the previous generation and should make plenty of new fans.

In this update to the extremely popular Ultra 100 Wilson has kept most of the key specifications the same as the previous version. Back is the versatile 100 square inch head size that provides a generous sweetspot without providing too much pop. The 10.6 ounce (300 grams) unstrung weight provides the ideal balance of stability and manoeuvrability. The 7 points head light balance (320 mm) makes generating racquet head speed a breeze.

Though the specifications have remained the same in this update, Wilson has introduced some new technologies into this new version of the Ultra 100. Power Rib technology adds ribs to the inside of the throat of the racquet. The result is more torsional stability and directional control as well as a slight increase in stiffness in the throat, which helps to boast power. Crush Zone technology is a new grommet system that compresses at impact providing more dwell time, increased feel and a more explosive string bed.

This new version of the Ultra 100 also incorporates Countervail (CV) technology into the frame construction. Countervail minimizes frame vibration without sacrificing the racquet’s performance or feel.

The Ultra 100 Countervail is an extremely versatile racquet that will appeal to a wide range of players.

  • Head Size: 100 sq. inches / 645 sq. cm
  • Length: 27 inches / 68.58 cm
  • Weight: 10.6 oz / 300 g unstrung
  • Balance: 7 pts head light / 320 mm unstrung
  • Swing Weight: 316 strung
  • Beam width: 23mm / 26.5mm / 22.5mm
  • Flex: 68 RA
  • Tension Range: 50-60 lbs / 23-27 kg
  • String Pattern: 16/19
  • Power Rib is enhanced racket throat geometry at a crucial bending and twisting area of the frame. This provides greater stability and stiffness that result in more power and increased directional accuracy.
  • Crush Zone is an innovative grommet system that compresses at impact and increases ball dwelltime on the strings. The benefit of this technology is better feel and more potential energy that drives explosive power.
  • Countervail is a patented, one-of- a-kind, layered carbon fiber, originally designed for the aerospace industry to dissipate vibrational energy in airplanes and space vehicles. Wilson LABS, the innovation hub at Wilson, has strategically placed precise amounts of the technology into specific areas of each Blade racket frame to give tennis players meaningful and cumulative physiological benefits over time, including maximum energy, particularly in late sets or long matches, and less fatigue. As a result, athletes will have more control over his/her shots and recover from training and matches faster.
  • 100"sq
  • 16/19
  • 10.6oz
  • 300g

Specifications
Technology
Reviews
Fit Guide
Adult Racquets Sizing Information
Grip Size Length
L0 (4") 4"
L1 (4 1/8") 4 and 1/8"
L2 (4 1/4") 4 and 2/8"
L3 (4 3/8") 4 and 3/8"
L4 (4 1/2") 4 and 4/8"
L5 (4 5/8") 4 and 5/8"

To determine your grip size without using a racquet, measure from the tip of your ring finger to the major fold crease in your palm. Write down the distance to the nearest 8th of an inch. This is your standard grip size.

Grip size palm measurements for tennis racquets

If you fall somewhere between the measurements, it is recommended to choose the smaller grip size as you can always build the grip size up using an overgrip or a grip build-up sleeve.

For more information, please read our article: How To Select Your Grip Size

Shipping & Returns

Shipping This item has a dimensional weight of 1.0 kg. Also known as volumetric weight, this is an estimated weight that is calculated from the length, width, height and actual weight of a package. It also takes into consideration oversize/fuel surcharges. It is not representative of the actual weight of a package. We use this estimated weight as the basis to our shipping rate calculations.
View shipping information


Racquets Returns Each item has a certain set of prerequisites that must all be met in order to return said item.
The plastic wrap on the racquet handle has not been removed.
The racquet has not been strung.
More conditions may apply: view our full return policy