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Wilson - The top traditional brand for every court

Wilson is one of the very big brands in the tennis world. The company has been manufacturing high-quality products for tennis for more than a hundred years and has made history with numerous innovations in the development of tennis racquets.

Chicago-based Wilson Sporting Goods Co, a subsidiary of Amer Sports, is one of the world's leading manufacturers of high-quality sports equipment, apparel and accessories. Wilson not only produces tennis racquets, but also provides recreational and tournament players with the complete repertoire of equipment for tennis. You can always rely on Wilson tennis gear for high quality products in chic designs.
Whether it is racquets, tennis bags, tennis shoes or tennis fashion - we have a wide range of Wilson tennis gear in stock at our Wilson store at Tennis-Point. Here you will find a huge selection of tennis equipment from the top brand in the following product areas:

Impressive success story of the Wilson brand in tennis.

With its innovations, the Wilson brand has had a decisive influence on the sport of tennis and has played a major role in making tennis so popular. In professional tennis, too, many players rely on the traditional brand at the exciting Grand Slam tournaments and play with a Wilson racquet. ‍

The great tennis legends such as Steffi Graf, Pete Sampras, Roger Federer and Serena Williams celebrated their fantastic successes with Wilson tennis racquets as well as current top stars, from Stefanos Tsitsipas, Grigor Dimitrov and Kei Nishikori to Simona Halep , Petra Kvitova and Victoria Azarenka. With over 600 Grand Slam victories in 100 years of sports history, Wilson has won more titles than any other tennis brand. Hardly any other name is as inextricably linked with tennis today as Wilson.

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Wilson tennis racquets for every type of player

The Wilson racquets are considered very precise and offer both beginners and advanced tennis players an excellent performance. For all levels and types of players Wilson has the right racquet in the repertoire with the model series Clash, Blade, Ultra and Pro Staff. ‍

If you want an excellent mix of power, feel and precision, you'll love the Wilson Clash all-round racquet. The Wilson Blade is ideal for attack-minded tennis players. Variable players often use the Wilson Ultra for extra lightness and power. The Wilson Pro Staff appeals primarily to experienced tennis players who are looking for a racquet with particularly high precision and power.


I want a racquet that gives me the best blend of power, feel and precision to swing with full confidence on every shot.


I need a racquet that allows me to feel the ball and attack the opponent.


I am a variable tennis player and I need a racquet that allows me to play lightly and powerfully.


I am an experienced tennis player and I am looking for a racquet with a lot of precision and power.

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The athlete and expert network Wilson Advisory Staff.

All Wilson product innovations are tested by the "Wilson Advisory Staff" and refined and developed with the insights of the experts. This is a network of more than ten thousand athletes, professionals and coaches from around the world, including world-class athletes such as Roger Federer, Serena Williams and Stéfanos Tsitsipás, as well as numerous amateurs in tennis.

The topics of "sustainability" and "ecological footprint" are particularly close to the heart of the sporting goods manufacturer. Wilson therefore only manufactures durable, high-quality products that have a sustainable impact and can thus contribute to a livable future on our planet.

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Wilson History


1914 - The first Wilson tennis racquet, costing only $0.075, was made with a solid wood frame, a second ash wood frame and a finely combed cedar handle.

1917 - Blue Ribbon
The "Blue Ribbon" racquet is one of 28 Wilson models sold that year. The Wilson catalog describes the racquet as follows: "made of white ash, with a special oval shape, a pressed walnut handle and reinforced with hardwood".1935 - The "Ellsworth Vines" tennis Racquets offered customization for the first time by allowing athletes to determine the weight and balance of their racquet.1935 - The release of the original leather grip tape, known as the mahogany leather grip, gave athletes new and unparalleled feel and grip.

1949 - Jack Kramer Autograph Racquet
The Jack Kramer Autograph tennis racquet brought incredible power to the game of tennis and was made with a laminated ash construction. Over 10 million Jack Kramer racquets were eventually sold between 1949 and 1981. The racquet was used by John McEnroe, Tracy Austin, Arthur Ashe, Billie Jean King and many more tennis players on their way to more Grand Slam titles than any other racquet during that time.

1967 - The era of wooden racquets ended with the introduction of the first commercially available metal racquet - the Wilson T2000. Its durability and light weight continue to influence the way 'tennis Racquets are built to this day.


1969 - Billie Jean King Autograph Racquet
The perfectly balanced Strata-Bow racquet for the professional tennis player. Used by Billie Jean King in her fifth Wimbledon victory, this racquet not only offered special flexibility at the head, but also a long and strong handle to reduce torque. The King Autograph racquet is made of the finest ash with natural beech shoulder face layers and finished with beautiful, long, blue Speed-Flex fiber throat faces.1975 - Chris Evert Autograph Racquet A tournament racquet designed specifically to meet the needs of professional women players. The frame was not only lighter overall, but had optimized maneuverability, especially in the racquet head. The grip was more flexible, resulting in significantly more power on the strokes. The Chris Evert racquet had a 7" long handle and offered more control, especially on two-handed backhand shots. The racquet was made with the famous American white ash and strata bow construction.

1980 - Wilson began manufacturing the racquets with a completely new construction: Graphite and Kevlar. This also made the Pro Staff racquet popular with professional players.


1987 - The newly shaped Wilson racquet is the first tennis racquet with a wider head that offered players a whole new level of power.

1990 - Wilson introduced Hammer technology, giving tennis players the largest sweet spot of any racquet to date. The Hammer 2.7si weighed only 283g and was one of the lightest and most powerful racquets of its time.

1993 - Sledge Hammer® 3.8
The Sledge Hammer took Hammer technology one step further. It was lighter than any other bat to date. Its "fan" head shape and string pattern moved the sweet spot to the top of the frame, where most balls are hit.

1998 - Hyper Sledge Hammer® 2.0
Wilson defines the lightweight racquet market with an ultra-lightweight material called Hyper Carbon™. Originally used in the aerospace industry, Hyper Carbon is the lightest and strongest material ever used in a tennis racquet. After its introduction in October 1998, the Hyper Sledge Hammer® 2.0 quickly became the best-selling racquet in the USA.


2001 - TRIAD® 3.0
Wilson makes a breakthrough - power, comfort and control can now be offered simultaneously without compromise. The revolutionary three-component design makes it possible to separate the parts by the new polymer Iso-Zorb between head and handle. Maximum power in the head, control in the handle and comfort through Iso-Zorb offer a level of performance that was previously impossible with all tennis racquets.

2004 - nCode®
With Nano-Technology™, Wilson broke the racquet's atomic code to create a new class of frame. This revolutionary process with new frame design and stringbed technology (nZone) provides a longer product life cycle, power and playability. nCode racquets are up to 2 times stronger, 2 times more stable and have 22% more power than conventional racquets.

2007 - [K] Factor ®
Four breakthrough technologies combine to create the [K]Factor racquet. Serena Williams and Roger Federer switch to [K]Factor at the Australian Open and bring home the title. [K]Factor combines the next generation of Nano technology and the unique innovations in frame construction ([K]onnector™, [K]ontour Yoke™ and [K]ompact Center™). All technologies result in the line of [K]ontrol racquets that are suitable for all types of players.


2014 - 100 years of Wilson
This year Wilson Sporting Goods Co. reaches a century of successful existence in the sports market. A milestone achieved by a small number of the world's strongest brands. With unwavering passion, Wilson is about much more than products. This brand exists to create memories with athletes. Wilson has been managed with this goal in mind since 1914, and as a result has celebrated more titles than any other brand in sports. These include more than 500 tennis Grand Slam titles, 61 golf majors, 20 basketball Final Four championships, 93 World Series and 47 Super Bowls.

2014 - Spin Effect Technology
Over the past 25 years, Spin has revolutionized the game of tennis. The new Spin Effect Technology creates more spin without having to change the stroke. Wilson engineers have refined every detail of the racquet to add over 200 RPM of spin on every shot, making the net look 5cm higher and the court 30cm longer.

2014 - New RF97 Autograph Racquet
The first Wilson Autograph racquet in nearly 40 years. The RF97 retains the true, classic feel of the iconic Pro Staff line in a frame designed by Roger Federer himself. As such, this racquet is optimal for aggressive players looking for more control in their shots. This racquet offers a 10% larger sweetspot and significantly more power on groundstrokes and volleys.


2016 - New Design DNA
Wilson Labs developed a minimalist design with simple, modern clean lines and bold color accents that symbolize the strength, power and skill of the player. Wilson creates timeless, clean and detailed designs by focusing on the essentials and removing all superfluous elements. With the launch of the new RF97 Autograph - featuring a matte black and velvet frame, black chrome finish and laser engraving never before seen in tennis - these racquets have a new DNA that gives the player a psychological edge.

2017 - Wilson has more titles than any other tennis brand with over 600 Grand Slam wins.

2017 - Serena Williams Autograph
Becoming one of the best athletes of all time doesn't just happen. Serena dedicated her life to an unparalleled reputation, both on and off the tennis court. To recognize her achievements and successes, Wilson created the Blade SW104 Autograph racquet, which features Wilson's brand new Countervail technology. In addition, this year she also achieved the record for most Major titles in the Open era by winning her 23rd Grand Slam at the Australian Open - the first Grand Slam title she won with her Autograph racquet.


2017 - Serena Williams is considered one of the greatest female tennis players of all time. She holds the most Major singles, doubles and mixed doubles titles among all active players, male or female. She is the only player to achieve a Golden Slam in both singles and doubles in her career. She holds a record of 39 Grand Slam titles: 23 in singles, 14 in women's doubles and 2 in mixed doubles. She started her career with a Wilson racquet at a very young age and won all her titles on tour with a Wilson racquet.

2018 - Roger Federer has been ranked #1 for 302 weeks, winning a total of 1139 matches, 96 titles, 20 Grand Slam titles and 2 Olympic medals - a record he continues to build on. He is considered by many to be the "best of all time" ("GOAT") to ever play the sport of tennis. The Wilson brand has also contributed to this success, as Roger has played exclusively with Wilson throughout his career as a junior and professional.


2019 - CLASH. The revolution in tennis.
After three years of development, Wilson offers with the CLASH a completely new playing experience, tuned to modern tennis. Despite high flexibility, the racquet convinces with stability and control. For all those who want a racquet that is easy and precise to play and translates confidence into a powerful swing.

2019 - Roger Federer 100
Roger Federer secured his 100th ATP title with his magnificent victory in Dubai. The Swiss tennis legend was able to celebrate this milestone in his career on March 2 - with his Wilson Pro Staff, of course.


2020 - Ultra v3 - Power for everyone:
‍ The Ultra v3 improves two key performance metrics for players with a more classic horizontal swing: power and stability. Numerous geometry improvements combine with the robust frame composition to create an impressively fresh feel, as well as premium hitting power. In addition, the new combination results in more power and stiffness in the frame. The Ultra v3 is especially chosen by aspiring junior and doubles players, due to its versatile power and stable construction.

2021 - Blade v8 - Return to the wild:
With its chic, color-changing, resilient finish, eye-catching design and supreme performance, the Blade v8 attracts attention. While the look of the racquet changes between green and copper tones, the new FORTYFIVE0 technology provides more flexibility and stability. This leads to a great feel for today's modern and vertical swing! In addition, the carbon fiber extended handle runs to end cap for improved feel and torsional stability


2022 - Clash v2 - Play Fearless:
The new Wilson Clash v2 series seamlessly continues one of the most significant racquet revolutions of recent years. The unique frame technology has set new standards and will continue to provide maximum control in every shot in the new series. The Clash v2 manages to build maximum confidence in every player with its combination of power and ultimate control, making playing in this racquet extremely easy for every tennis player in the world.

2022 - Ultra v4 - Pure Beauty. Ruthless Power:
With its revised and slim geometry, the Ultra v4 swings through the air faster and feels more natural in the hand - all while delivering premium power! The FORTYFIVE° carbon construction on the Ultra v4, results in increased stability and energy return while reducing frequency. This unprecedented combination, produces an incredibly powerful yet comfortable racquet. The Ultra v4 has everything the tennis player desires: beauty, power, cleverness and the ability to break the opponent and their will to win.