By TENNIS.com on December 07, 2009
The nVision 103 is light but head heavy. The balance works to your advantage on ground strokes and serves, as the weight in the head adds momentum and power to your swing. You’ll need good racquet preparation so you’re not caught trying to whip the frame through the contact point, but if you’ve got time to set up, especially on high-bouncing midcourt balls, the nVision 103 is lethal. It also packs a wallop at net. Fans of Wilson will take notice of the head size, which almost splits the difference between what the company typically offers—95 and 110 square inches—to provide a hitting area that’s forgiving yet controllable. Sure, maybe this racquet doesn’t offer the precise shot-making that better players demand, but so what? The majority of us need what this stick can do.
You’re good enough that a gameimprovement frame offers too much power, but you’re a couple of years’ worth of lessons away from handling a heavy advanced-player’s stick. You should use a “tweener” racquet like this one.