Let's start with the technical characteristics of the Yonex Vcore 100. It has a 645cm2 headsize and weighs 300g, making it an average weight racquet among competitors. The average balance of 32 cm provides good maneuverability. We find these characteristics in most brands, but what sets Vcore 100 apart from its competitors is the shape of the racquet.
The isometric head shape allows for more forgiveness and therefore more forgiving of centering errors. In addition, Yonex has widened the racquet head to 2 and 10 o'clock to improve the contact time with the ball to produce a better angle of attack for spin.
The Yonex Vcore 100 2023 racquet features a new leg shape to improve torsional resistance and thus help reduce power loss.
Most spin oriented racquets provide plenty of power but Yonex is positioned more as a versatile racquet that offers the perfect balance of power and control. Yonex continues with the 2G-Namd Flex Force technology that allows the racquet to flex quickly to maximize spin. That's not all, as the grommets are infused with silicon oil to allow the string to move more freely and maximize spin.
Finally, the Aero Trench and Aero Fin technologies reduce air resistance for a smoother swing rapide.
THE TECHNOLOGIES :
Isometric: Isometric frame shape improves the sweetspot and therefore the forgiveness and power of the racquet.
2G-NamdFlex Force: Technology that modifies the racquet's graphite structure for greater flexibility rapide and provides more spin.
Silicone Oil Infused Grommets: New silicone used in the grommets to improve their flexibility for more spin and forgiveness.
Aero Trench: Reduced grommet size at the top of the racquet to improve air penetration and spin.
Aero Fin: Aerodynamic fins located on the frame legs to improve air penetration and maneuverability
Enlarged Frame Top: Enlarged racquet head at 2 and 10 o'clock for more forgiveness and to hit more interesting angles.
New Throat Design: New design of the racquet core to provide more stability and therefore limit power loss.