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Tommy Paul is a promising American tennis player who won Roland Garros 2015 in his junior days after beating compatriot Taylor Fritz.
Seeing the rise and late success of his friend Fritz raises the question of whether Tommy can also have a spike in his career and improve into a Top 15 player or even a Masters champion.
Starting from 2021, Paul has improved so much that he clinched his first ATP title in Stockholm and now he ranks inside the Top 30.
On the court, the American possesses powerful deep groundstrokes with pace and spin. In addition, his excellent footwork and speed help him cover the court effortlessly.
What racquet does he use?
Tommy Paul endorses the Wilson Blade v8 but actually plays with a pro stock Wilson H22 racquet.
Tommy Paul Racquet Specs
The racquet is superb when it comes to effortless power and control and at the same time generous in terms of spin and accuracy of the shots.
The 18×20 strings bed ensures more control of the shots with similar power and slightly less spin than the 16×19 configuration.
The retail stock H22 has a stiffness score of 60 making it arm-friendly and easy to maneuver providing easy popping power.
Here are the Wilson H22 stock specs:
|Head size||98 in² / 632.26 cm²|
|Length||27 in / 68.58 cm|
|Strung weight||12.24 oz / 347 g|
As for Tommy Paul, there are only speculations about the customizations he makes to his racquet.
Tommy Paul Racquet Strings
Again, everyone is unsure about what Tommy uses for his racquet bed in terms of strings.
However, according to American professional stringer “Matt’s tennis”, Tommy Paul strings his racquet with the Luxilon Alu Power 1.25 strings.
So we’ll stick with that until further notice.
Tommy Paul responded to an ATP Tour interview that he breaks his strings every 40 minutes, three or four a day!
See the full interview here:
Can You Buy Tommy Paul’s Gear
The H22 pro stock model is difficult to find these days.
As for the Wilson Blade 98 v8 18×20 used for the paint job, you can find it in all physical and online tennis stores.