Wilson Pro Staff 97 Tennis Racquet review | Tennis Express

Wilson Pro Staff 97 Tennis Racquet review | Tennis Express

A lighter version of Roger Federer’s updated weapon of choice, the Wilson Pro Staff 97 has a new and improved look to go with the latest iteration of the Pro Staff series. The cosmetics are different at the request of Roger himself as he wanted his racquet to look unique. Many tour players use the Pro Staff line, however only Roger uses the RF97. It’s a great option for those who want the added pop, forgiveness and spin potential of Federer’s RF 97 Autograph, but aren’t interested in the 12.5 ounce strung weight. That said, the Pro Staff 97 is still a solid frame, weighing in at 11.6 ounces strung. The 9-point head light balance adds maneuverability, while the braided graphite and kevlar construction allow for exceptional touch and playability. Like all of the new Pro Staff models, Wilson classifies the 97 in their “Attacker Player” segment, making it perfect for players seeking a feel-oriented racquet.

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sanjeev kumar says:

i want to buy this but dont know its unstrung weight in grams .. please tell help

iG W says:

very funny, seeing amateurs reviewing rackets which they can’t even handle themselves

Andrea1491to says:

which is the difference between 97 and 97S? I’m not going for the RF97 because I don’t think I can handle it..

JorgeAndresCoppiano. says:

Hello TE Team! How does the PS97 compare to the Project One 7?

Kyle Sapphire says:

Hey Tennis Express, i would like to know what the unstrung weight of the wilson pro staff 97. thanks for the great reviews, keep it up!

Ross says:

What strings do u recommend

sanjeev kumar says:

hey .. last thing please tell unstrung weight in grams of pro staff 97ls (2016) black .. please tell

Javi M10 says:

This or babolat project one 7? I’m not sure

Ross says:

what do they mean by 4/5

Miguel Pessanha says:

Which strings and which tension would you recommend to put on my pro staff?

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