Sakkari, Tomljanovic present new Wilson Ultra v4 tennis racquet


Wilson Sporting Goods Co., the official ball and racquet stringer of the US Open for over 40 years, today launched the Ultra v4, a significant evolution of its popular tour frame. Drawing upon the Ultra features the pros rely on at the highest levels of competition, the newly upgraded tennis racquet includes even more power through stability.

FORTYFIVE°, Wilson’s proprietary carbon fiber construction, enhances the stability of the Ultra v4 resulting in increased energy return and power. The racquet is also equipped with a sleeker geometry with a revolutionary color-shifting design that changes as it moves, from ocean blue to purple haze.

“I’ve played and trained with Wilson racquets for many years, and I’m excited to use the new Ultra v4 on the biggest stage in tennis at the US Open,” said Wilson Advisory Staff member and current WTA No.3, Maria Sakkari. “Wilson consistently delivers the power I need, but also the style and light-weight feel that complements my game.”

Maria Sakkari Wilson

The Ultra v4 is available at Tennis Warehouse USA and Tennis Warehouse Europe. Pricing is $249 for the Ultra 100 v4, Ultra 100L v4, Ultra 100UL v4 and Ultra 108 v4. Ultra 25 v4 and Ultra 26 v4 are available for $110.

“The Ultra v4 can help players of all levels take their games to new heights by harnessing both beauty and power,” said Hans-Martin Reh, Global General Manager of Wilson Racquet Sports. “We are excited to unveil this racquet during one of the greatest moments in sports, alongside some of the most impressive tennis players in the world.”

In addition to the Ultra v4, Wilson’s onsite US Open store features the popular Night Series collection with racquets and gear made to shine brightest after dark, as well as Wilson’s latest tennis-inspired sportswear drop. Fans will also have the opportunity to see Wilson’s skilled racquet stringers in action. For those who can’t make it to the Open, Wilson offers three retail locations in Manhattan (Upper East Side, SoHo and Columbus Circle), plus a pop-up shop in the Hamptons that features a curated assortment of tennis equipment and sportswear.


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