The Wilson Six.One tennis racquets have been popular among pros and club players for decades. Wilson is constantly updating this racquet with the latest technologies, in order to remain one of the best tennis racquets on the market. There is one major change on this 2014 model and that is parallel drilling, which is an improved angle of the string holes. This helps to reduce the friction between the string and the frame, which in turn increases the sweetspot and adds a little bit more power. The Wilson Six.One 95 also included the BLX technology and Amplifeel, so players are not giving up anything to get the new parallel drilling.
Players that prefer to stick to the traditional 95 square inch head get a solid feel from the baseline with lots of control and easy access to topspin from the open string pattern, but it is a demanding racquet at 12.3 ounces strung and a swingweight of 325, so players at the 4.5 NTRP level and above will be the ones benefiting the most from this Wilson Six.One 95 (16x18). The stability and 10 point head light balance makes this an excellent racquet for aggressive net players as well.