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Yonex Racket Reviews

About Yonex

Known for its signature isometric head shapes, Japanese racket company, Yonex is synonymous with quality. Whether you’re an enthusiastic beginner or a seasoned pro, there’s a racket for you in the Yonex range. 

Famously repped by tour bad boy Nick Kyrgios, you’re sure to see plenty of these rackets at any tennis club you visit. 

Tour Pros Include:

With all of Yonex’s performance rackets being designed and made in Japan, they have forged a name for themselves as a producer of the highest quality rackets. 

Recent Reviews

Oct 14, 2021 • Vcore Pro Yonex

Yonex Vcore Pro 100 280 (2019) Racket Review

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Oct 14, 2021 • Vcore Pro Yonex

Yonex VCore Pro 97 330 (2019) Racket Review

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Oct 14, 2021 • Ezone Yonex

Yonex Ezone 98 Plus (+) Racket Review

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The Yonex Range

Vcore Pro

The Yonex V Core Pro tennis rackets tick all the boxes for players looking for control, feel, and precision. With weight options from 280g to 330g, there is a V Core Pro racket for control lovers of all levels, and boy are these some good rackets.

With multiple Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka representing these rackets on tour you’ve got plenty of opportunity to see them playing some pretty tennis, but they can also get you playing some good stuff yourself.

These rackets are great performance rackets that offer intermediate, and particularly advanced players all kinds of options.

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Vcore

Built to suit the modern player, the V Core rackets offer speed and great access to spin. These tennis rackets might give you huge spin but they don’t skimp on control, giving you the ability to play those heavy shots that will put your opponent on the back foot.

With different weights to suit beginner, intermediate, and advanced players, the V Core range is hugely popular and offers something for everyone.

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Ezone

At the TennisBros.com, we find the Yonex rackets particularly easy to play with, but the Ezone rackets have the easiest playability of them all. You’ll often see these sticks getting smashed to pieces on TV by Nick Kyrgios, but that’s through no fault of these great rackets.

If you’re looking for easy playability, and controlled power, then the Yonex Ezone rackets are well worth looking at. Again, there’s a racket to suit all levels of play and there are plenty of different options to choose from.

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Oct 14, 2021 • Vcore Pro Yonex

Yonex Vcore Pro 100 280 (2019) Racket Review

We finally got our hands on the Yonex Vcore Pro 100 280 to complete the set of the revamped 2019 Vcore Pros. This is a racket range we love, and the latest versions look great and play even better, so we were pretty excited for this playtest. At 280g unstrung,…

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Oct 14, 2021 • Vcore Pro Yonex

Yonex VCore Pro 97 330 (2019) Racket Review

The Yonex Vcore Pro 97 330g has always been a dream for players seeking control, feel, and stability, but how will the 2019 version compare to past generations? The Yonex VCore Pro rackets are some of our favorites out there, so we were excited to see how the heaviest of…

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Oct 14, 2021 • Ezone Yonex

Yonex Ezone 98 Plus (+) Racket Review

I always feel like extended length rackets are something that not that many people know about. They’re viewed a bit like a secret cheat code that gives you extra power in a video game. Our Tennis Bro Tom is one person who always goes on about how good extended length…

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Oct 12, 2021 • Vcore Pro Yonex

Yonex VCORE Pro 97 (310) Racket Review

So today we’ve got the Yonex 310g VCORE Pro 97. We recently got our hands on the 330g version of this racket and were really impressed with it, giving it an 8.5 out of 10. 330g unstrung is not a particularly manageable weight for most people though, so we were…

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Oct 12, 2021 • Vcore Pro Yonex

Yonex Vcore Pro 97 (290) Lite Racket Review

The Yonex Vcore Pro 97 rackets are a family we’ve been very impressed with at TheTennisBros.com. Both the Vcore Pro 97 (330) and the Vcore Pro 97 (310) got great reviews from us and today we tried out the slightly lighter, Vcore Pro 97 (290) Lite. I always think these…

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Oct 12, 2021 • Ezone Yonex

Yonex Ezone 100 Lite Racket Review

Is the Yonex Ezone 100L the best lightweight racket out there? Well, we certainly think it deserves some consideration and have featured it in our list of the best rackets under 300g. Whether the Ezone 100L is the perfect racket for you is a matter of preference, but we certainly…

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Oct 12, 2021 • Vcore Pro Yonex

Yonex VCore Pro 97HD 18 x 20 Racket Review

There are so many great rackets coming out at the moment! Surely, one of the best of the lot is the Yonex VCore Pro 97HD 18 x 20. This racket has everything an experienced player could ask for and adds to the great line up of VCore Pro rackets.  The…

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Oct 12, 2021 • Vcore Pro Yonex

Yonex VCore Pro 100 300g (2019)

If you’re looking at getting a Vcore Pro, then you won’t be disappointed. So far we’ve tried out all the other 2019 updates to this range, and they’ve all been brilliant. Today though, it was time to take on the Yonex Vcore Pro 100 300 2019, and we weren’t disappointed.…

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Oct 12, 2021 • Vcore Pro Yonex

Yonex Vcore Pro 97 310 (2019) Racket Review

The 2019 update of the impressive Yonex Vcore Pro 97 310g was ours to test this past week and we certainly enjoyed what we found. This precise players racket has got a little bit of everything and really rewards aggressive, attacking strokes. With a manageable 310g weight that combines maneuverability…

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Oct 12, 2021 • Vcore Yonex

Yonex VCORE 98 (305) Racket Review

The racket company that has gone up most in my estimations since I started doing these playtests is without a doubt Yonex. I’ve really enjoyed some of their heavier pro-style rackets and generally find that the lighter sticks keep many of those good qualities. There also seems to be a…

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Oct 12, 2021 • Ezone Yonex

Yonex Ezone 100 300g (2020) Racket Review

We’ve been spending our time getting acquainted with the new Yonex Ezone rackets of late, and so far, so good! Today it was the turn of the Yonex Ezone 100 300g, a racket that offers plenty of speed and spin to players of all abilities. We have to say, we…

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Oct 12, 2021 • Dunlop Ezone Yonex

Yonex Ezone 98 305g (2020) Racket Review

We’ve been looking forward to the release of the new Yonex Ezone 98 for quite some time now and we were excited to get out there and do some playtesting. The Ezone rackets are known for their wonderful playability and at 305g unstrung, this stick is very accessible for the…

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