Yes, Wilson made/marketed an nCODE nRAGE S4D Racquetball racquet. While there doesn't seem to be a lot of information available about it, it was at sold at least through Big 5 Sporting Goods.
The number one maker of racquetball racquets is currently Ektelon. They have a little under 50% of the market. Then, they're followed by everybody else....Eforce, Wilson, Head, and ProKennex.
probably a Wilson or prince racquet, look for a headsize around 110 sq. in. and a lighter racquet
Wilson Sporting Goods's population is 1,600.
Wilson Sporting Goods was created in 1913.
Wilson golf, racquet, and team sports equipment; Atomic, Dynamic, and Koflach skiing equipment; and Oxygen and Shockz snowboards and in-line skates.
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Woodrow Wilson comes to mind. The Wilson sporting goods brand is a big one.
The sweet spot is the central part of the strings. Players aim to hit as many shots in this area of the racquet as they can produce better quality shots. There is usually a drawing on the sweet spot of a racquet e.g. on a wilson racquet, the 'W' on the strings is the sweet spot
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Roger Federer plays with the Wilson BLX Six.One Tour, a racquet that is customized separately to further suite Roger's wishes. Roger's racquet has a built in dampening system along with some weight modifications.