Yonex VCORE Tour G 330 (Stan Wawrinka) Play Test

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Yonex VCORE Duel G 97 playtest

The Yonex VCORE Duel G 97 updates the VCORE Tour G and is the latest racquet choice of two time major champion, Stan Wawrinka. The Duel G is a traditional players frame right out of the box. Features great stability and a high swingweight of 333. Yonex introduces a new material in this frame called Tough G Fiber, which allows for extra racquet flexibility resulting in a more comfortable racquet. The Duel G 97 also features Black Micro Core which is a carbon graphite for increased face stability and even better vibration dampening. The new VCORE Duel G also has a Yonex's new Lock Booster System which is designed to keep your strings tighter in the upper region of the racquet, minimizing string movement allowing for additional power and spin. 3D Vector Shaft also featured with the Duel G, improving racquet stiffness, generating supreme face stability which gives players more efficient power. The VCORE Duel G 97 is equipped with Isometric technology which helps to absorb shock and frame vibrations allowing for a heavier more powerful ball. This racquet is the ideal frame for tournament players seeking a heavier frame with great stability and plow through to go with pin-point control on groundstrokes.

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Yonex VCore Duel G 97 Racquet Review | Tennis Express

Yonex VCore Duel G 97 Racquet Review http://www.tennisexpress.com/yonex-vcore-duel-g-97-tennis-racquet-50281 The new Yonex VCore Duel G 97 is a perfect match for big hitters after a frame with maximum spin and the heft to finish balls from anywhere on the court. Endorsed by Grand Slam Champion Stan Wawrinka, this racquet line is built to win. The 97 square inch head size provides a solid hitting area while retaining precise feel and responsiveness. Yonex’s trademark Isometric head shape helps enlarge the sweet spot, providing additional power and forgiveness without requiring a larger head size. The 12.1 ounce strung weight gives players that can swing it the mass necessary to hit a penetrating ball on offense and absorb the biggest shots on defense. The addition of a Black Micro Core in the top and sides of the frame uses an evolutionary high density, expanding urethane to increase strength for enhanced stability and power. The frame retains the 3D Vector Shaft design which decreases twisting, giving the racquet 20% better face stability than conventional frames. The head light balance provides increased racquet head speed off the ground and also makes the frame supremely maneuverable during exchanges at the net. The 16x20 string pattern offers players solid access to both spin and control, allowing them to keep their opponents off balance. Power players who want a heavier frame that amplifies spin potential while retaining power and feel will enjoy the new Yonex V Core Duel G 97. Sign up for our newsletter and stay up to date with exclusive deals and current specials: http://www.tennisexpress.com/newsletter_signup.cfm Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter! http://www.facebook.com/TennisExpress http://www.twitter.com/TennisExpress

Yonex VCORE Duel G 97 (330g) Racquet Review

http://bit.ly/DuelG330 Developed with input from Stanislas Wawrinka, the VCORE Duel G 97 (330) is a very solid player's racquet. Like its predecessor (the Tour G 330), this stick is perfect for experienced ball strikers who want the rock solid stability and ball crushing plow-through of a traditional player's racquet. This model also features Yonex's new Tough G Fiber, a uniquely resilient material added to the frame's midsection to help the racquet return more energy to ball. Other updates include Yonex's new Lock Booster System - a technology that features tighter spacing between the upper cross strings as well as ridges in the grommet channels to minimize string movement. The result is greater control (and confidence) when attacking the ball. From the baseline the Duel G 330 does not get pushed around. Big hitters who can deploy this racquet's mass will be able to drive the ball powerfully and accurately through the court. Thanks to Yonex’s time-tested Isometric head shape, this racquet’s compact 97in² head feels generous without sacrificing an ounce of precision. At net this stick plays fast for the weight, and there's easy depth to be had on block volleys. Finally, the Duel G 330 remains wonderfully steady when redirecting the pace of big serves. With this update, Yonex has delivered a formidable weapon to advanced players and strong intermediates. With its stable feel, easy targeting and ball-crushing momentum, the VCORE Duel G 97 is a very solid player's racquet.

Yonex VCORE Tour G 330 racket play test

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