Just in time for summer, Wilson releases new Clash models

Wilson has released three new models of their groundbreaking Clash racket in the Clash 98, Clash 100L and Clash 108.

They introduced the revolutionary Clash in early 2019. This collection, the first to be designed for the modern tennis swing by flexing, without compromising stability or power, has quickly become a favorite on courts around the world. This line answered a central need from players globally -- complete confidence to swing powerfully while offering unparalleled control over shots. It’s a highly playable line that represents the intersection of flexibility, stability, power, control, and feel (hence the name Clash).

Two central technologies come together in Clash rackets. The first is the brand’s patent-pending FreeFlex™ technology, which is a carbon mapping system that unifies carbon at unconventional angles throughout the rackets’ frame for a higher degree of flexibility both vertically and horizontally.

Clash rackets are ideal for a broad range of players, and three new models - Clash 98 ($249.00 / 280€), Clash 100L ($229.00 / 230€) ) and Clash 108 ($229.00 / 230€) – allow more players to choose the right one for their style of play:

- Coming in at only 9.9 oz (280 g unstrung), the Clash 100L is the most lightweight frame in the line. This racket is ideal for a transitioning junior and any player who prefers a lighter racket. - The 98-inch Clash offers the peak of confidence and control. The smaller headsize delivers best-in-class precision for any player who consistently hits the sweet spot, while the head-light balance reduces swing weight and adds control through a swing. - With the most generous sweet spot in the line, the Clash 108 gives plenty of forgiveness at a comfortable swing weight. Also, lightweight (9.9 oz / 280 g; unstrung), this larger headsize supersizes the sweet spot for off-center hits.