What Tennis Racquets WTA Players Use

Whether you want to know what racquet your favorite player plays with or just want to get a feel of what the pros are using, there is no better way then looking at what racquets players on the WTA Tour are using.

So, I created this list with all the Top 100 WTA players racquet. I will update this list every month, so you can be sure to get the up-to-date racquet information. In the end, I will separate them to see how many WTA players endorses racquets from the different brands.


Before going through separately what racquet each player in the WTA plays with, here is a summary of how many players in the WTA Top 100 that uses each racquet. As you can see, the racquets that dominates on the WTA Tour is the Wilson Blade 98 & the Yonex VCORE.

Tennis RacquetTop 100 Players Using The Racquet
Wilson Blade 9818 Players
Yonex VCORE16 Players
Babolat Pure Drive8 Players
Yonex EZONE8 Players
Head Graphene 360 Speed Pro/MP7 Players
Babolat Pure Aero6 Players
Wilson Pro Staff 975 Players
Wilson Ultra 100 Countervail5 Players
Babolat Pure Strike4 Players
Wilson Burn 1004 Players
Head Graphene 360 Radical MP3 Players
Dunlop Srixon CX 2003 Players
Wilson Ultra Tour2 Players
Wilson Blade 1042 Players
Dunlop Srixon Revo CV 3.01 Player
Yonex Duel G 971 Player
Head Extreme XTR1 Player
Wilson RF97 Toxedo1 Player
Snauwaert Grinta 1001 Player
Tecnifibre T-rebound Tempo Tour1 Player
Prince Textreme Tour 1001 Player
Volkl V-Feel 61 Player
Head Graphene 360 Extreme MP1 Player
Wilson Clash 100 Tour1 Player

1. Ashleigh Barty – Head Graphene 360 Speed MP

2. Karolina Pliskova – Babolat Pure Drive

3. Naomi Osaka – Yonex EZONE 98

4. Elina SvitolinaWilson Burn 100S

5. Bianca Andreescu – Head Graphene 360 Speed MP

6. Simona Halep – Wilson Blade 98 16×19 v7

7. Petra Kvitova – Wilson Pro Staff 97 Countervail

8. Kiki Bertens – Wilson Blade 98 18×20 v7

9. Serena Williams – Wilson Blade SW104 Autograph v7

10. Belinda Bencic – Yonex EZONE 100

11. Johanna Konta – Babolat Pure Aero

12. Sloane Stephens – Head Graphene 360 Radical MP

13. Angelique Kerber – Yonex VCORE 100

14. Madison Keys – Wilson Ultra Tour

15. Sofia Kenin – Babolat Pure Drive

16. Arena Sabalenka – Wilson Blade 98 18×20 CV

17. Petra Martic – Wilson Blade 98

18. Markera Vondrousova – Yonex EZONE 100

19. Elise Mertens – Head Graphene 360 Speed MP

20. Alison Riske – Wilson Blade 98 18×20 v7

21. Donna Vekic – Yonex VCORE 100

22. Qiang Wang – Dunlop Srixon CX 200

23. Dayana Yastremska – Yonex VCORE Pro 100

24. Caroline Wozniacki – Babolat Pure Aero Plus

25. Anastasija Sevastova – Yonex EZONE 98

26. Anett Kontaveit – Babolat Pure Strike

27. Julia Goerges – Babolat Pure Drive

28. Amanda Anisimova – Babolat Pure Drive

29. Garbine Muguruza – Babolat Pure Drive

30. Maria Sakkari – Wilson Ultra 100 Countervail

31. Carolina Garcia – Yonex VCORE 100

32. Sue-Wei Hsieh – Yonex Duel G 97

33. Danielle Collins – Head Graphene 360 Radical MP

34. Barbora Strycova – Wilson Blade 98 16×19 CV

35. Ekaterina Alexandrova – Wilson Ultra 100 Countervail

36. Yulia Putintseva – Babolat Pure Drive

37. Karolina Muchova – Head Graphene 360 Speed Pro

38. Saisai Zheng – Babolat Pure Aero Lite

39. Daria Kasatkina – Tecnifibre T-Rebound 285 Tempo2 TourLite

40. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova – Wilson Burn 100 CV

41. Shuai Zhang – Wilson RF97 Toxedo

42. Magda Linette – Babolat Pure Drive

43. Elena Rybakina – Yonex VCORE 98

44. Alison Van Uytvanck – Snauwaert Grinta 100

45. Veronika Kudermetova – Wilson Blade 98 CV

46. Kristina Mladenovic – Wilson Ultra 100 Countervail

47. Yafan Wang – Yonex VCORE SV 98

48. Polona Hercog – Wilson Blade 98 Countervail

49. Victoria Azarenka – Wilson Ultra 100 Countervail

50. Ajla Tomljanovic – Wilson Ultra 100 Countervail

51. Venus Williams – Wilson Blade 104

52. Carla Suárez Navarro – Wilson Pro Staff 97 Countervail

53. Viktoria Kuzmova – Yonex VCORE SV 95

54. Marie Bouzkova – Yonex VCORE SV 98

55. Svetlana Kuznetsova – Head Graphene 360 Extreme MP

56. Jennifer Brady – Babolat Pure Aero

57. Alizé Cornet – Babolat Pure Strike VS

58. Katerina Siniakova – Wilson Pro Staff 97S

59. Rebecca Peterson – Babolat Pure Drive

60. Iga Swiatek – Prince Textreme Tour 100

61. Ons Jabeur – Wilson Pro Staff 97 Countervail

62. Lauren Davis – Wilson Blade 98 18×20 v7

63. Camila Giorgi – Babolat Pure Strike VS Tour

64. Aliaksandra Sasnovich – Head Extreme XTR

65. Fiona Ferro – Yonex VCORE 98

66. Anna Blinkova – Head Graphene 360 Speed Pro

67. Tamara Zidansek – Yonex VCORE 98

68. Nil Teichmann – Head Graphene 360 Speed Pro

69. Viktorija Golubic – Yonex VCORE 98

70. Bernarda Pera – Babolat Pure Aero

71. Kristyna Pliskova – Babolat Pure Aero

72. Jelena Ostapenko – Wilson Blade 98 18×20 v7

73. Lesia Tsurenko – Wilson Burn 100S

74. Misaki Doi – Dunlop Srixon CX 200

75. Andrea Petkovic – Wilson Pro Staff 97 Countervail

76. Sorana Cirstea – Yonex EZONE 100

77. Jessica Pegula – Yonex EZONE 98

78. Margarita Gasparyan – Wilson Blade 98 18×20 CV

79. Zarina Diyas – Dunlop Srixon Revo CV 3.0

80. Sara Sorribes Tormo – Wilson Blade 98 Countervail

81. Christina McHale – Head Graphene 360 Radical MP

82. Taylor Townsend – Dunlop Srixon CX 200

83. Kateryna Kozlova – Wilson Blade 98 Countervail

84. Monica Puig – Yonex VCORE 98

85. Laura Siegemund – Volkl V-Feel 6

86. Tatjana Maria – Yonex VCORE 98

87. Kristie Ahn – Babolat Pure Strike

88. Anastasia Potapova – Wilson Clash 100 Tour

89. Madison Brengle – Wilson Blade 98 18×20 Countervail

90. Nao Hibino – Yonex VCORE SV 100

91. Samantha Stosur – Head Graphene 360 Speed MP

92. Natalia Vikhlyantseva – Wilson Blade 98 Countervail

93. Timra Babos – Yonex VCORE 98

94. Paula Badosa – Wilson Blade 98 Countervail

95. Astra Sharma – Wilson Blade 98 Countervail

96. Aliona Bolsova – Yonex VCORE 98

97. Arantxa Rus – Wilson Ultra Tour

98. Nina Stojanovic – Wilson Blade 98 Countervail

99. Ivana Jorovic – Yonex EZONE 98

100. Anna Kalinskaya – Yonex EZONE 98


Remember that this list is based on what the WTA players are endorsing. Many pros use paint jobs over the actual racquet, so it may not be what they actually plays with. If you are interested about what racquets the players on the Men’s tour are using, I wrote an article about what racquets the ATP Pros are playing with.

Here is a summary of how many WTA players in the top 100 that endorses racquets from the different brands. Wilson in the number 1 spot didn’t surprise me at all. What surprised me was the low amount of players that endorses their racquet from Head, and I didn’t expect Yonex to have so many players in the top 100.

Racquet BrandWTA Top 100 Players
Wilson37 Players
Yonex25 Players
Babolat18 Players
Head12 Players
Dunlop4 Players
Prince1 Player
Volkl1 Player
Tecnifibre1 Player
Snauwaert1 Player

Fred Simonsson

I'm Fred, the guy behind TennisPredict. Apart from writing here, I play tennis on a semi-professional level and coaches upcoming talents.

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