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  • Customer Reviews
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  • Product Specs
Description

The new Yonex V Core Tour G 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 11.6 ounce unstrung weight gives players that can swing it the mass necessary to hit a penetrating ball on offense and absorb the biggest shots on defense. MICRO CORE is implemented at the 2 and 10 o’clock positions to improve stability and help players maximize their spin potential. The frame retains the 3D Vector Shaft design which decreases twisting, giving the racquet 20% better face stability than conventional frames. The Tour G series is unique thanks to its use of Neo CS Carbon Nanotubes embedded in the shaft. This technology provides increased flexibility in the throat of the racquet. As a result, balls are held on the strings longer, allowing players to generate aggressive spin without sacrificing control. 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 Tour G.

For more information on choosing a racquet, please see the Tennis Express Buyer's Guide.

Customer Reviews


Texas
March 2014
Great Racket
5/5
Ive been able to hit with this racket for a few days now and its an extremely solid stick. It took a few minutes of getting used to. The racket is flexible and soft on the arm. When hitting near the upper portion of the racket, it feels very plush. The weight really drives the ball deep on forehands and produced a very heavy ball. Backhands, however, fell a bit short for me and put me in a defensive position. Unless your backhand is as long and loopy as your forehand you may need some time to get used to it. So on the bright side, you can really swing out on the ball on the backhand side. Serves were very solid, has a great pop when hitting flat and produces nice slice and kick as well. At the net the racket was stable and could easily block heavy shots at the net and put them away. Overall this is a great stick and the perfect upgrade from my Wilson Blade 93. They are quite similar in a lot of specs, but with a larger headsize, which is a very nice plus.


Florida
November 2014
Head heavy club
1.33333333333/5
Im a 5.5 level player. I played NCAA Division I tennis then went on to coach nationally and internationally ranked players. I hit a big ball with an attacking game. For seven years I have played with the Wilson N-Code 90 inch Federer stick. Its the same weight as the Yonex VCORE Tour G 330. Big difference is the weight distribution. This Yonex has all the weight in the head. I hit horribly with it. I was late on every single shot. Could not get the racquet head in the strike zone early enough. Caused me to shank every shot. Then I tried the Yonex VCORE Tour G 310. Wow, I loved that racquet much better. I strongly recommend the 310.


Fl
January 2015
Stans Raquet
4/5
My feeling for the racquet is still evolving. Love it on ground strokes. I do like a heavy racquet. Added some lead tape @ 3 and 9 oclock. Serves are effective. I also have the 89, and the feel and the way the ball comes off that, is as good as it gets for me. I am hoping with a little more time, Stans racquet will close the gap to the 89. I do have to be a little more precise, when using the 89, which is why I am trying to make the transition. The ball does come off a little different on Stans 97. One has to love the way Stan plays with this.

Tennis Express Reviews

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Description
Head Size: 97 sq. in MP
Length: 27 inches
Weight: Strung — 12.2 oz Unstrung — 11.7 oz
Tension: 50-65 Pounds
Balance: 7 Pts Head Light
Beam Width: 20.5/20.5/20.5
Composition: H.M. Graphite
Flex: 64
Grip Type: Yonex Synthetic
Power Level: Low
String Pattern: 16 Mains / 20 Crosses
Mains skip: 8T, 8H
Two Piece
No Shared Holes
Swing Speed: Fast
Swing Weight: 334

Product Specs
Balance Head Light
Desc1 VCore Tour G
Smart Racquets Sony Sensor
Head Size Mid Plus: 95 to 105
Ms Op MP
Length 27
Weight Strung Heavier than 12.0 oz
Unstrung 11.7
Balance Points 6 to 10 Points Head Light
Swing Weight 334
Flex 64
Beam Width 20.5/20.5/20.5
Composition H.M. Graphite
Power Level Low
Swing Speed Fast, Long Swing
String Pattern1 16 Mains / 20 Crosses
String Pattern2 Mains skip: 8T, 8H
String Pattern3 Two Piece
String Pattern4 No Shared Holes
String Tension 50-65 Pounds
Grip Types Yonex Synthetic

YONEX

VCore Tour G Tennis Racquet

$99.00#VCTG $179.00

  • Description
  • Customer Reviews
  • Tennis Express Reviews
  • Specs
  • Product Specs
Description

The new Yonex V Core Tour G 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 11.6 ounce unstrung weight gives players that can swing it the mass necessary to hit a penetrating ball on offense and absorb the biggest shots on defense. MICRO CORE is implemented at the 2 and 10 o’clock positions to improve stability and help players maximize their spin potential. The frame retains the 3D Vector Shaft design which decreases twisting, giving the racquet 20% better face stability than conventional frames. The Tour G series is unique thanks to its use of Neo CS Carbon Nanotubes embedded in the shaft. This technology provides increased flexibility in the throat of the racquet. As a result, balls are held on the strings longer, allowing players to generate aggressive spin without sacrificing control. 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 Tour G.

For more information on choosing a racquet, please see the Tennis Express Buyer's Guide.

Customer Reviews


Texas
March 2014
Great Racket
5/5
Ive been able to hit with this racket for a few days now and its an extremely solid stick. It took a few minutes of getting used to. The racket is flexible and soft on the arm. When hitting near the upper portion of the racket, it feels very plush. The weight really drives the ball deep on forehands and produced a very heavy ball. Backhands, however, fell a bit short for me and put me in a defensive position. Unless your backhand is as long and loopy as your forehand you may need some time to get used to it. So on the bright side, you can really swing out on the ball on the backhand side. Serves were very solid, has a great pop when hitting flat and produces nice slice and kick as well. At the net the racket was stable and could easily block heavy shots at the net and put them away. Overall this is a great stick and the perfect upgrade from my Wilson Blade 93. They are quite similar in a lot of specs, but with a larger headsize, which is a very nice plus.


Florida
November 2014
Head heavy club
1.33333333333/5
Im a 5.5 level player. I played NCAA Division I tennis then went on to coach nationally and internationally ranked players. I hit a big ball with an attacking game. For seven years I have played with the Wilson N-Code 90 inch Federer stick. Its the same weight as the Yonex VCORE Tour G 330. Big difference is the weight distribution. This Yonex has all the weight in the head. I hit horribly with it. I was late on every single shot. Could not get the racquet head in the strike zone early enough. Caused me to shank every shot. Then I tried the Yonex VCORE Tour G 310. Wow, I loved that racquet much better. I strongly recommend the 310.


Fl
January 2015
Stans Raquet
4/5
My feeling for the racquet is still evolving. Love it on ground strokes. I do like a heavy racquet. Added some lead tape @ 3 and 9 oclock. Serves are effective. I also have the 89, and the feel and the way the ball comes off that, is as good as it gets for me. I am hoping with a little more time, Stans racquet will close the gap to the 89. I do have to be a little more precise, when using the 89, which is why I am trying to make the transition. The ball does come off a little different on Stans 97. One has to love the way Stan plays with this.

Tennis Express Reviews

Click here to read the Tennis Express Review

Description
Head Size: 97 sq. in MP
Length: 27 inches
Weight: Strung — 12.2 oz Unstrung — 11.7 oz
Tension: 50-65 Pounds
Balance: 7 Pts Head Light
Beam Width: 20.5/20.5/20.5
Composition: H.M. Graphite
Flex: 64
Grip Type: Yonex Synthetic
Power Level: Low
String Pattern: 16 Mains / 20 Crosses
Mains skip: 8T, 8H
Two Piece
No Shared Holes
Swing Speed: Fast
Swing Weight: 334

Product Specs
Balance Head Light
Desc1 VCore Tour G
Smart Racquets Sony Sensor
Head Size Mid Plus: 95 to 105
Ms Op MP
Length 27
Weight Strung Heavier than 12.0 oz
Unstrung 11.7
Balance Points 6 to 10 Points Head Light
Swing Weight 334
Flex 64
Beam Width 20.5/20.5/20.5
Composition H.M. Graphite
Power Level Low
Swing Speed Fast, Long Swing
String Pattern1 16 Mains / 20 Crosses
String Pattern2 Mains skip: 8T, 8H
String Pattern3 Two Piece
String Pattern4 No Shared Holes
String Tension 50-65 Pounds
Grip Types Yonex Synthetic

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