Wilson Clash 100 v2
Review & Playtest
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Three years after its initial release, Wilson debuts the Clash 100 v2 for 2022, a refinement on their innovative first generation that sought to blend greater flex for comfort while retaining power. A rare combination, especially for a mid-weight racquet.
Although the racquet won’t appeal to every player, those that convert are often raving fans who praise the frame for its well-balanced performance and responsive comfort.
The Wilson Clash 100 v2 retains much of the prior generation’s formula, but the update strives to enhance stability for a more consistent response while increasing the sweet spot’s size.
I’ll share my thoughts on the racquet’s new design, its ideal string setup, and how it performs on the court so you can decide if it’s a good fit for your game. Finally, to round out this review, I’ll provide you with upgrade advice based on the changes from the prior model.
I won’t dive into the specs, technical features, or alternatives to consider in this review. However, I’d encourage you to check out my Wilson Clash 100 v2 product page if you want to explore those.