Yonex VCore 100

In definitiva, Yonex aggiorna pesantemente la SV 100, togliendole molta della sua verve e il suo elevato spin potential, realizzando una VCore 100 più facile, che genera spin in maniera immediata, ma con minore cattiveria generale dei colpi. Diventa, quindi, un telaio che richiede meno fisico, ed anche meno braccio, per funzionare bene e garantisce un buon utilizzo anche ad un utente amatoriale, che ne può sfruttare le sue doti dinamiche. La sensibilità latita e la leggerezza della testa della racchetta lascia qualche dubbio sulla stabilità, soprattutto rispetto a Ezone 100, che va indubbiamente molto meglio ed è più belligerante e completa, ma anche rispetto a VCore 98, che offre un’esperienza di gioco più completa, nettamente più appagante, con un livello di spin e di connessione con la palla adeguati alla tradizione Yonex.

Yonex Poly Tour Strike 1.25 21/20 22/21 22/22
Highstring Cube 1.23 22/21 21/20-21/21 kg
String Project Hexa Pro 1.25 22/21 21/20 21/21 kg
Volkl V-Pro 1.23 21/21 -22/21 – 32/22 kg
Yonex Dynawire 23/22-24/23 kg
Ibrido Hexa Pro 1.25/Gold 21/21-22/22- 23/23 kg

  • 7.2/10
    Potenza - 7.2/10
  • 7.3/10
    Controllo - 7.3/10
  • 6.2/10
    Stabilità - 6.2/10
  • 5/10
    Sensibilità - 5/10
  • 6.7/10
    Comfort - 6.7/10
  • 6.5/10
    Tolleranza - 6.5/10
  • 7.4/10
    Facilità di gioco - 7.4/10
  • 7/10
    Maneggevolezza - 7/10
  • 7/10
    Top Spin - 7/10
  • 7.2/10
    Back Spin - 7.2/10
  • 7.3/10
    Colpo piatto - 7.3/10
  • 5.5/10
    Colpi al volo - 5.5/10
  • 6.7/10
    Servizio - 6.7/10
  • 7.2/10
    Risposta al servizo - 7.2/10
  • 6.9/10
    Colpi in recupero - 6.9/10
6.7/10

25 Commenti su Yonex VCore 100

  1. Ciao Fabio, come sempre un’ottima recensione. Rimanendo in tema Yonex, riguardo la ezone 98 da 305g, ho notato che su tenniswharehouse risulta avere 316 punti di inerzia, mentre nella tua recensione i kgcmq risultano essere 322. Mi sembra strano che quel 316 si riferisca all’inerzia della racchetta non incordata in quanto sarebbe un po’ altino. Grazie in anticipo per la tua enorme disponibilita. Saluti

    • Ciao Francesco, perdona il ritardo nella risposta. I punti di inerzia possono variare da racchetta a racchetta, nell’ambito dei 5-6 punti, quindi parliamo sempre di inerzia a racchetta incordata. Oltretutto, dipende anche dalla corda adoperata per la misurazione, visto che le corde hanno peso differente anche di 7-8 grammi e incidono tranquillamente per 4-5 punti di inerzia. Solitamente misuro l’inerzia con la stessa corda o comunque di consistenza simile, così da poter fare un raffronto continuo con tutti i telai testati anche nel passato.

  2. Personalmente, ho dovuto spesso constatare l’imprecisione dei dati riportati su TW (soprattutto relativamente all’inerzia), spesso con differenze fra il sito americano e quello europeo o fra scheda del negozio e quella della recensione. Invece con i dati di Fabio mai avuto brutte sorprese.
    Da considerare che il valore può comunque variare di pochi punti a seconda del tipo di corda e del calibro…

  3. Ciao Fabio, a livello di rigidità, frequenza vibrante com’è il comfort? Mi piacerebbe provare il telaio, ma temo ripercussioni sul braccio/gomito. Attualmente gioco con una Prince Beast 100 O3 (300gr). Grazie mille

    • Ciao Matteo, considerando che la rigidità non è elevatissima e che il telaio trasmette vibrazioni contenute anche con il mono, non è affatto una spaccabraccio e impatta delicata, per quanto secca. Non conosco la Beast 100 con il sistema O3, ma già la presenza degli O ports mette sul piatto un impatto nettamente più morbido di qualasiasi altro telaio a parità di rigidità e fusto.

  4. welcome, Darek from Poland on this page. I have a great request for you and a few questions. We have already written in the comments of mantis 295 … I play today Prince Textreme Warrior 100 and Prince Textreme 100T. I participate in tournaments more and more, especially now I play almost every day. I am a PE teacher and basketball coach, I am 43 years old and I try to stick :). What bothers me in Prince? As for the Warrior, I’m starting to be late especially when playing a longer game or second or third at the tournament. 16×18 interlace also disturbs me. If the rocket is freshly drawn, it is ok but the control drops very quickly. Here it is better in 100T but there are also cons. In 100T also 16×18 interlace, yes, maneuverability better, faster swing but slice is not in this frame … Although control definitely better than in Warrior 100. I was thinking about the Pure Strike 100 tester, I know it is also 300 gram but swinghtweight lower than in Warrior 100 and probably also better control. And another of my favorite Yonex Ezone 100 or 98 in the 285 gram version. I’m thinking about getting out of weight because of the similar SW in 300 as in my Warrior 100. I took Ezone 98 (285) and I was really happy. The previous version had too little power for me, but this 98 is ok … and how is Ezone 100 to 98? Is not too much power? A little bit in 98 was missing a spin, maybe it’s just a Prince game and you have to work more … I am asking you for advice – I am begging you :

    • HI Darek, welcome back!
      It seems you’re looking for a new stick with less mass and more easy spin, even with a little loss of power. Right, on this line, Ezone 98 285 is one of the best choice you can make, but therei anoteher 285, more powerful and spin friendly, that you didin’t look a t. I’m talking about the Blade L, which can add some more spin and stability to your game. After that, Strike 100 would be good to improve spin and manouvrability, but the control is just a little bit higher than the Warrior, beacause of the pattern so open and strictly created for Spin and easy power (not high power, pay attention).
      If you are demanding more control than your warrior can get, Ezone 100 285 is not for you. The level is the same and the stabiliy is lower. The only good thing would be the power level not too high compared to the 300 grams version. But is not a choice much different from your actual sticks. For this reason, Ezone 98 (with a soft and thinner poly), Blade 98 L or Pure Strike 100 make more sense.

  5. hanks to Fabio for the quick answer. I wrote a previous e-mail some time ago … A small update. I had Yonex VCore 100 and the new Head Radical MP tested. My thoughts in relation to Warrior 100. VCore 100 the ball stays longer on the rocket compared to Prince, a much better slice but in VCore 100 the balance is equal and in the long run, I weighed in the hands – here Prince advantage (I chose it 3 years ago with the greatest balance on handle). Radical hmm … nice frame, but without admiration. The softer than I expected, but it’s not the rocket I want …

    In Prince, the 16×18 interlace interferes with me, the slice is also difficult …
    I caught Pure Strike 100 for testing, the first game tomorrow …
    I wrote earlier that I wanted to go down with weight but in the tennis shop I kept Ezone 98 305 and I was surprised how not to feel the rocket. A strong balance on the handle, how do you think or 305 gram is too much for me? You better go in 285? Because I have the possibility of DR 100 at a good price … help me please

    • Let’s see how the strike 100 works for you, first of all.
      Then, if you want, you can test the Ezone 98, but pay attention to the real feeling of mass in the head and not in the handle. the stick is so polarized, have a try, maybe the mass can give you a good sensation, but i think it’s a little bit over your wheelhouse.

  6. Hello, Fabio again. I just barely write after the tournament, local masters, season summary, 3 full games :). I played on Pure Strike 100 points, tested in match conditions, freshly founded Gamma moto 17 / 25kg – my observations …
    A bit better control compared to the Prince Warrior 100, much worse maneuverability, neutral balance in the rocket – strongly feel after 3 games. Here, my Prince with a balance on the handle a lot nicer …
    Easier and more aggressive slave compared to Princ, but it also merit 16×19 and Warrior 16×18 …
    Balance is the most disturbing, I was late at FH …
    I understand that Pure Drive 100 will be similar and with more power?
    I have the opportunity to try the Pure Drive Team 2018, a good choice?
    Do you go blind in Yonex Ezone 98 (285) …
    I am also tempted by the DR100 300, I have a nice shop with a nice price and balance on the handle …
    Suggest please 🙂

    • Be careful with th choice of your tests, because the Pure Strike 100 is balanced at 320 mm and has got a swingweight of 314 points. Pure Drive is balanced at the same point, but the SW is almost 4 point higher and i think it can diturb you. For the same reason, i’d not consider the ezone 98 and 100 285, expecially for the balance point more advanced. All in all, considering you experience with the warrior, you can try to play with te Pure Drive Team, wich is much more more manouvreable than other 285 grams profiled raquests, but there is another great option, with more handle-balanced feel: Hed MXG1. This is a great stick to speed up the arm an play consistant, without expensive sw. If you have tha chance, give it a possibility.

  7. Thanks to Fabio for the offer, I appreciate advice and help. The Pure Drive Team (2018) will be able to do the tests, unfortunately Head MXG1 and Blade 98L are eliminated. I do not have the opportunity to settle the tester. I am drawn to Yonexa, hence the question to you. I saw the Racquet Performance Analysis Tool at Tennis Warehause and interestingly, the Ezone 100 (285) shows that the lighter version is more controllable, has much less power. Have you tested, reflected maybe? Maybe it’s worth looking for Ezon 98 (285) or 100 (285) with balance on the handle? With a few pieces in the store, probably one will have such a balance … And the last question, and Yonex VCore 98 (285). On dry after parameters it looks like a frame for me 🙂
    I am asking for your opinion, best regards Darek

    • The 285 version of the yonex raquets are not low-powered as you think. The Ezone 98 is, without doubts, the most impressive of the three mentioned. You can have a try, but you will feel the head heavy, but is about simple to manage fot its swingweight. The 100 one is not really manouvreable, as the 300 version, beacause of the big section and the mass on the hoop. It’s nothing bad, but i think that 98, with its hybrid body, could be a better choice for who, like yu, is looking for a easy-to-swing stick. The same is for Vcore 98, i’ve tested it a little more and colud be a more classic and pure feeling choice than the ezone 98 285, whic is a little more powerful and stable.

  8. Hello Fabio again. If I can re-learn and ask for a few words of advice … I tested the pure drive team and my observations:
    The tested specimen, the balance flew a bit on the head, which I do not conceal that it bothered … PD Team has a lot of power, it seemed to me that I’m not looking for it but I liked it :). It was such controlled power. It was easier and more pleasant to me than Warrior 100 Textreme. But in the long run the balance disturbed – it was heavier than 300gr Warrior. It could have been easier to finish the exchange and so here I have another problem with choice :). However, it can stay at 300gr but with a nice balance and SW low? Or maybe tempt yourself Ezona 98 285?
    I was thinking about testing Tecnifibre TFlash PS 300, Dunlop CV 3.0 and Yonex EZon 100 300gr? Will you help?

    • So, as you can see, swingweight takes more importance than weight. On this way, T-flash PS 300 could be the right choice for You, followed by the dunlop 3.0 CV, but for now don’t look at the 285, beacuse of the balance you don’t like, even if it’a yonex or babolat, it doesn’t matter.
      T-flash, as i tested a lot of 300 grams raquets, is the lowest-swingweight profiled stick.

  9. Welcome Fabio again. Today I tested Yonex Ezone 98(285) longer.
    The fact that I had a few days break after the cold and my legs did not work as needed but some of my conclusions. Cool frame but in my opinion it’s hard to pull something out or play a long ball in defense. I played great 2BH and slice. Cool control and feel. Disadvantages are mainly related to FH. Low manoeuvrability and a much worse spin. It’s hard to play something with the wrist alone. . . . I feel that the frame is thin and more demanding than the other 285 that I tested. Although this level of control and feeling suits me best, only these problems at FH. . . . And is the Ezon version 100(300) worth testing in my case? Did you, as you wrote in the first post, look for Blade 98L? Please answer. . .

    • Ezone 100 could be a good option if you are looking for more power, as in the Pure Drive team case. Have a try, maybe the lower power level can help you for the control.
      All in all, Blade L is a mixed option, for control and power, but with a lot more feeling added.

  10. ciao fabio, ieri ti ho scritto per la ezone 100 quali corde tra armour soft, magic 1,26, rocket e keen erano le più indicate.. ora vorrei farti la stessa domanda su vcore 100.. grazie

  11. grazie fabio, come sempre.. ho in arrivo il test della ezone 100 e di questa vcore.. tra le due, per un gioco da fondo quale è da preferire? sto cercando una telaio maneggevole e potente in alternativa alla tfight 300, che cambio per via del manico rettangolare che non mi piace

  12. Poi volevo chiederti, visto che dopo la prova delle due Yonex, proverò per ultimo la Head Speed Mp 360 e la Wilson Blade 104, quali delle corde in test vanno rispettivamente meglio sui due telai? Sempre per aggiungere potenza e spin..

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