Wilson Next Gen players continue to rise in the ranks

Wilson Next Gen players continue to rise in the ranks

Thomaz Bellucci plays with the Wilson Six.One 95 BLX tennis racquet

Wilson’s next generation of tour players are ready to make their presence felt on tour.

This week, Thomaz Bellucci swung his Wilson Six.One 95 BLX tennis racquet to reach his first ATP World Tour Masters Series series semifinal after having back to back Top 10 wins over Murray and Berdych.

Swinging his Wilson Tour BLX racquet, Kei Nishikori is at a career high #46 on ATP World Tour, assisted by a finals appearance in Houston and reaching the Round of 16 in Barcelona.

Grigor Dimitrov is at a career high #66 on the ATP World Tour. Playing with his Wilson Six.One Tour BLX tennis racquet, Grigor has made great strides, reaching his first ATP World Tour quarterfinals in Munich.

Serving it up with his Wilson Blade 98, Milos Raonic finds himself one step closer to the Top 20. After reaching the semifinals of Estoril and improving his 2011 match record to 23-8, Milos is now at a career high #25 on the ATP World Tour.

“It’s fantastic to see our young players start to find their groove,” said Wilson Global Tour Director Renaud Vallon. “It’s coming at an exciting time leading into the French Open and we hope to see them amaze some people.”

To learn more about Wilson Next Gen….go to: http://www.wilson.com/en-us/tennis/next-gen/intro/

And join us on Wilson Facebook: www.facebook.com/wilsontennis

Kei Nishikori plays with the Wilson Tour BLX tennis racquet

Grigor Dimitrov plays with the Wilson Six.One Tour BLX tennis racquet

 

Milos Raonic plays with the Wilson Blade 98

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