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Thursday, January 20, 2011 Yonex EZONE 100

No matter how fancy your shoes are or the crisp clean look of you attire, if a player does have the right kind of racquet, they’re sunk. Playing with a bad racquet can not only lead to playing at a poor level on the court, but injuries in the shoulders, elbows and hands. One racket that’s working to prevent this is the Yonex E-Zone 100. Chosen as the new racket for tennis player Ana Ivanovic, it provides players with an even blend of both power and control. By utilizing Yonex's Quad Power System, the racquet feels more stable when making those hard hitting shots that pop off the stringbed. What makes this work so well is the open 16x18 string pattern; this gives a player room to hit from all areas of the court with no problems. Another benefit of the Yonex E-Zone 100 is the reduction in vibration and shock. The 15% reduction comes from NEOFADE, which is placed on all four corners of the racquet. The last benefit to this racquet is the X-Fullerene technology, which allows the upper half of the hoop to be stiffened with a modified molecular construction for increased stability and precision on shots. If the technology isn’t enough to convince you, check out the results in action for yourself. Today Ayumi Morita, with the help of her doubles partner Kimiko Date Krumm, used her EZONE 100 to defeat Corinna Dentoni and Aiko Nakamura in the first round of the HP Japan Women's Open Tennis 2010.


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