Wilson Clash 100 Pro v2
Review & Playtest
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Updated for 2022, the Wilson Clash 100 Pro v2 seeks to build on the first generation’s popularity with an intriguing update that includes a new 16×20 string pattern to enhance control.
However, beyond the sting pattern, Wilson didn’t stray too far from the original design’s specs opting for a moderate refinement they hope will capture the attention of existing users while pulling in a new audience that may have held off last time around.
To help you decide if the Wilson Clash 100 Pro v2 aligns with your style of play, I’ll share my thoughts on the racquet’s design, ideal string setup, and on-court performance in this review. I’ll also provide my take on whether you should spend your money upgrading for existing first-generation users.
To keep the review as concise as possible, I won’t dive into the specs, technical features, or alternative racquet you might want to consider. If you’d like to explore those, I’d encourage you to check out my complete Wilson Clash 100 Pro v2 product page.