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Wilson's [K] Zero is the lightest racquet in the game improvement line of [K] Factor models.

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Pros

Oversized head is great for beginner/senior players - considerably more forgiving in shot directionality

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Quick baseline response is optimal for volleys - provides considerable rallying advantage

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Lightweight construction provides consistent topspin control

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Cons

Not conducive to strenuous play - ultralight frame weight may lead to wrist injuries/tennis elbow

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Grommets may pull through into frame at higher tensions - potentially disastrous

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Residual frame vibration may become overwhelming - users may require external dampeners

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Weight-reduced design tends to sustain damage more frequently than heavier racquets

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Wilson's [K] Zero is the lightest racquet in the game improvement line of [K] Factor models. When strung it weighs just 9.2 ounces. It has a large head size, at 118", and head-heavy, though not as much as the [K]One.FX. It uses "Karophite black" mateiral to strengthen the frame, and has specific points that are stiffer than the rest of the frame for added torsional strength. It also has the [K] factor "double hole" wider grommets that allow for increased string flexing and thus a smoother strike. This Racquet falls in the upper-mid range of the game improvement lineup.

Features 
  • "[K]arophite Black" frame material
  • Compact center
  • 9.2 oz. (strung)
  • Balance: 5 pts. HH
  • Double-sized grommet holes
  • "[K]ontour Yoke" added frame stiffness
  • 29 mm cross-section
  • Comfortable
  • Maneuverable
  • Length 27.5"
  • Headsize 118"
  • 16 x 19 string pattern
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