Wilson Clash 98 v2
Review & Playtest
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In 2019, Wilson introduced the first generation of the Clash, a completely new model that promised flexible comfort without sacrificing power, a balance that’s hard to strike and uncommon.
For the most part, the racquet delivered on its promises, with a unique feel, unlike any other racquet I’ve playtested. Over the past three years, its mass appeal and popularity have solidified it as a go-to offering for players looking for an arm-friendly frame.
Now, in 2022, the Wilson Clash 98 v2 seeks to build upon the frame’s early success, and I’m excited to share my thoughts. From my thoughts on the new design to its on-court performance, this review will help players decide if it’s worth considering and whether or not to upgrade.
This review won’t detail the racquet’s specs, technical features, or alternatives to consider. However, if you’d like to explore those, I’d encourage you to check out my Wilson Clash 98 v2 product page.