Written on: 14/04/2009 by afroscots (1 review written)
Wilson N145 Seems like good quality racket, sturdy and looks good. However, it is head heavy and feels heavier than its 145g as a result. Probably better for beginner players to intermediate… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/11/2008
All round, nothing beats it for price and balance, just needs high quality strings. Balance.... the feel of the racquet is of perfect balance, a little heavy in specs but probably one of the most perfectly balanced racquets you can buy. Strong and solid. Needs to be restrung. Factory strings leave alot to be desired! Restring asap with high quality strings, at a high tension... atleast 25lbs, then it will feel like it should have cost alot more and you will feel like a pro!… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/12/2007 by Tariq WA (1 review written)
I would say it is good for beginner level plays since I have not seen any senior play at my club playing with this racket. The pro at the club likes kfactor 145 or ncode n120. I know one mid level player who used n145 earlier but now switched to n120.
All in all I would say it is a good first switch for beginners from a beginner racket to the next level.
I am not sure how mid or advanced level player think about it, I did not have a chance to talk to them about it.
One comment form the pro is… Read Full Review
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