The Wilson Pro Staff Six One 95 was one of my favorite rackets to play with when I was first getting into tennis, as it was an excellent control racket, and was a dream to hit my one handed backhand with.

The one downside to the racket was its weight (323g unstrung) which meant my arm would feel tired if I played longer than an hour with it, and this was the main reason I switched to playing with lighter control rackets like the RF97 and the Clash 98.

So when I heard that Wilson was releasing a lighter Six One 100 version of the racket, I was super excited to see how the two rackets would compare to each other.

Rackets Specs Comparison – Six One 95 vs 100

Main Differences: The Six One 100 has a bigger head size (100in vs 95in), a lower strung weight (11.4oz vs 12.2oz), a lower swing weight (326 vs 327), a lower frame stiffness rating (65 vs 67), a thicker beam width (22.5mm vs 21.0mm), a more open string pattern (16 x 19 vs 18 x 20), and a less head light balance (6 pts HL vs 9 pts HL) when compared with the Six One 95.

Specs: Six.One 95 Six.One 100
Year Released: 2023 (V14) 2023 (V14)
Design: Wilson Pro Staff V14 Wilson Pro Staff V14
Head Size: 95in 100in
Length: 27in 27in
Strung Weight: 346g (12.2oz) 323g (11.40oz)
Unstrung Weight: 333g (11.75oz) 305g (10.7oz)
Swing weight: 327 326
Balance: 9 pts HL 6 pts HL
TW Stiffness Rating: 67 65
Power: Low Low to Medium
Player Level: Advanced Intermediate to Advanced
Beam Width: 21mm 22.5mm
Colors: Brown Brown
String Pattern: 18 x 20 16 x 19
Main Skips: 8T,10T,8H,10H 8T, 7H, 9H
Grip Type: Wilson Pro Performance Wilson Pro Performance
String Tension: 50-60lbs 50-60lbs

Head to Head

The Six One 95 is much better in terms of control but the Six One 100 is the better option in terms of power, spin, and comfort.

H2H 95 100
Power Winner Grey
Control Winner
Spin Winner Grey
Arm Friendliness Winner

Player Level Recommendations

The Six.One 95 is best used by advanced tennis players as it is a very low powered frame that requires you to have good technique on your shots.

The Six.One 100 will be the much better option for intermediate players as it gives you more help in terms of power and is a lot more forgiving.

I wouldn’t recommend either racket to beginners as they are both relatively heavy frames with small sweet spots.

Pro Player Endorsements

Wilson’s pro staff range of tennis rackets is endorsed by a number of top players on the ATP and WTA Tours including Grigor Dimitrov, Ons Jabeur, and Dan Evans.

Where can you buy these tennis rackets?

The rackets are for sale in most good online tennis shops and on the official Wilson website.


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