With the Yonex VCORE G 97 in your hands, you’ll experience a heightened sense of power and greater spin for offensive play. This racquet is built with a 3D Vector Shaft that improves the racquet’s stiffness and reduces twisting of the frame to help you attack with depth and power, extreme top spin and wide with sudden changes in direction. A MICRO CORE material at the 2 and 10 o’clock positions helps increase stability. Hard hitting competitors with aggressive strokes will benefit the most from this racquet.
- As used by pro player Stanislas Wawrinka.
- Neo CS Carbon Nanotube shaft produces greater flexibility for greater bounce and precise control.
- Isometric™ technology creates a 7% larger sweet spot, making your hitting area much more effective.
- X-Fullerene prevents the face from twisting for faster repulsion, allowing players to hit with power and kicking bounce.
Isometric™:Yonex Isometric™ has been designed to increase the number of main and cross strings that intersect, increasing the sweet spot by 7%. A compact, Isometric™ racquet head can generate a sweet spot equal to a larger, round-headed racquet. This delivers greater control without loss of power.
3D Vector Shaft: Rule the court with total control over the height, width, and depth of ball flight with devastating spin. Deeper grooves in the 3D Vector Shaft improve racquet stiffness and reduce twisting of the frame, increasing stability by 20% when compared to conventional racquets.
Micro Core: An exclusive technological breakthrough in tennis racquet performance, Micro Core is a revolutionary material whose high urethane properties are positioned at 2 and 10 o'clock within the racquet head to increase stability and allow players to apply devastating levels of spin to their shots.
Neo CS Carbon Nanotube: Neo CS Carbon Nanotube embedded in the shaft of the VCORE Tour G produces greater flexibility to hold the ball on the strings for longer allowing players to generate even greater levels of spin for an aggressive bounce and precise control.
I.P.S.: The I.P.S. (Integrated Power Weight System) technology places weight at the 3 and 9 o'clock positions of the frame to give the face a greater moment of inertia.