Built for supreme control of the ball in every aspect of play, the third generation YONEX VCORE PRO arrives with a completely redesigned throat section that creates the perfect mix of feel and responsiveness.
YONEX call it the FlexCon System: a combination of two technologies – Flex Fuse and Flex Force – that work in tandem to improve performance.
Flex Fuse, a shock-absorbing polymer, is integrated within the resin that makes up the graphite in the shaft, allowing the racket to flex more on ball impact while also enhancing comfort.
Flex Force, meanwhile, refers to YONEX’s tried-and-tested application of highly responsive NAMD graphite in the upper throat, which generates fast snapback for increased spin potential.
The shaft itself is longer than on previous generations for even more flex, with a shorter shaft end section adding to the effect.
To complement all that flexion, the new VCORE PRO also features a slightly thicker, boxier beam that gives a significant boost to power and stability, making the racket a viable option for any playstyle.
The regular edition of the 100in frame weighs in at 300g and comes with an open 16x19 string pattern.
• Endorsed by Stan Wawrinka, Frances Tiafoe, Dayana Yastremska, and Clara Tauson
• Headsize: 100 sq in / 645 sq cm
• Weight: 10.6oz / 300g
• Balance: 32cm
• Length: 27in / 69cm
• String Pattern: 16x19
• Taper System: 23mm Flat Beam
• ISOMETRIC technology for larger sweetspot
• Vibration Dampening Mesh (VDM) in handle filters unwanted vibrations
• FlexCon System improves flex, feel, control, and precision
• This racket ships unstrung
• Please note that YONEX VCORE rackets come without a protective head cover
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Measuring Your Grip Size
Choosing the right grip size is a vital part of playing tennis. The right grip size will make your racket feel natural and comfortable.
Use a ruler and measure (in inches) from the crease fold in your hand, to the top of your ring finger. Please see table below:
Note: It is always better to go for a smaller grip size, as you can easily increase your grip size with over grips.