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YONEX VCore Duel G 97 Lite

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Launched: 2016

Subcategory: Tour Racquets

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General Information

Tennizoom ID:
255331
Product:
YONEX VCore Duel G 97 Lite
Product Group:
Subcategory:
Launched:
2016

Technologies

3D Vector Shaft: Deeper grooves cut into the throat area of the racquet shaft increase stiffness and improves torsional stability. The result is 20% more face stability than a conventional racquet, and greater energy return and comfort, for better performance on shots struck outside the sweet spot. The increased stability results in more accuracy and power. Delivers precise control at impact and greater bite, for the most efficient transfer of power. 

Specifications

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Head size
97 sq. in.
626 sq. cm
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Length
27 in.
68,58 cm
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Strung weight
11.4 oz.
323 g
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Balance points
10 pts HL
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Grip type
Yonex Super Cushion Grip
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Composition
Graphite

Extended Specifications

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Swingweight
307
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Swing speed
Medium-Fast
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Power level
Low-Medium
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String pattern
16 / 19
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Stringing type
Two Pieces
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Stringing tension (pounds)
53 - 63
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Stringing tension (kg)
24 - 29

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Average Rating

5.00

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(5.00)

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(5.00)

Topspin

(5.00)

Returns

(5.00)

Groundstrokes

(5.00)

Rafaela Silva


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My racquet of choice at one point was the previous

My racquet of choice at one point was the previous version, the Tour G (310g). One of the main reasons I switched from it was because I thought the it was too lively, and I found a little more control in the Prince Textreme Tour 95. However, all the updates to the VCORE Duel G 97 (310g) make it tempting to switch again. It's more maneuverable than the Tour G (310g) and offers a more dampened feel, making it feel more control-oriented as well. Not to mention, it's also more spin-friendly than both the Prince Textreme and Tour G racquets!

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