WILSON Profile Boost Tennis Racquet

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Raise the level of your game with the WILSON® Profile Boost tennis racquet. It measures a standard 27 inches in length and features an oversized head to help you put the maximum amount of power behind your swing from anywhere on the court.

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Features



  • Head Size: 110 square inches
  • Unstrung Weight: 10.2 ounces
  • Unstrung Balance: 3 points HL
  • Recommended String Tension: 45 to 55 pounds
  • Length: 27 inches
  • WILSON® grip

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WILSON Profile Boost Tennis Racquet
 
3.7

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5.0

Great Racket with Ample Power

By Tennis Jeanie

from Atlanta, GA

About Me Enthusiast

Pros

  • Great Feel
  • Lightweight
  • Powerful
  • Solid Control
  • Stylish

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about WILSON Profile Boost Tennis Racquet:

      I love this racket! I play a couple of times per week and found the Profile Boost racket to be very playable. It is easy to swing and the head makes it powerful, yet forgiving. Great price for a solid performing racket.

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      1.0

      Baby Rattle

      By Soymon

      from Texas

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

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            Comments about WILSON Profile Boost Tennis Racquet:

            The first day I used my racquet it turns out to be versatile..... it had a rattle as well, and as I used it more, the louder the rattle..... second day I use my racquet, the strings torn, I had them done again, and the racquet bends in the middle....

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            5.0

            Must Have Racquet for 3.5-4.0 Players

            By Sandstorm

            from Milwaukee, WI

            About Me Casual/ Recreational

            Pros

            • Forgiving
            • Lightweight
            • Stylish
            • Versatile

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Casual Wear
              • Weekend Match

              Comments about WILSON Profile Boost Tennis Racquet:

              I am an intermediate female player (I stress female because females are the main group this racquet targets, it does have pink) that usually plays 3 times a week in a recreational college class; Sometimes more outside with friends. I describe myself as an all around player, I like to move around a lot and give versatile strokes. I usually make my way up to the net (when I can). I think it is more important where we hit the ball versus how hard we hit it. My prior equipment before buying this racquet was a Wilson Hope and then a Tour Slam which were beginner racquets available at [@].I definitely needed updating especially that my player level improved, so when I got to SA I asked for assistance in selecting a racquet and described my experience as I did above. I had a budget of $80 max to spend. And we narrowed it down to 3 racquets to choose from including the Wilson Profile HyperSpeed and the Babolat Pulsion, besides the ProfileBoost. I eliminated the Babolat because the two Wilson's had more power and control according to SA chart levels. Plus the Babolat was around $80 regular and the Wilson's were down to 60-80 bucks from $180-160, so it was a better deal with them.The HyperSpeed offered more power and control than the ProfileBoost by a little bit but personally I like to be able to maneuver these things, which is the main reason I choose this racquet. The main difference between these two is the unstrung balance, the string tension and the grips. Obviously the grip doesn't really matter because you can change it, the string tension range on both are close so that didn't really matter to me too. So the main difference that stood out was the Head Light and Head Heavy balance. For my style of play I prefer the Head Light because it has more maneuverability and I like that over power. I supply the power; I care more about where the ball goes. I've tried racquets with high tension and HH balance and have not been my taste because when I hit the ball goes out with too much power thus giving me less control. Unless it has to do with the fact that I am intermediate, but I do have knowledge. Take it as you will. I haven't had any elbow problems.So I tried the Profile Boost with a friend and he owns a Prince 03 Original Red which is a well known racquet with similar specs to mine. The Profile Boost and the 03 has the same balance but I liked the Profile Boost more, it actually had more power for me than the Prince even so. The Profile Boost is perfect for lobs.This racquet does not come with a cover.

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