This article will look at the racket specs of the Yonex Ezone 98 and Head Gravity Pro to see how these two tennis rackets compare to each other.
Below is some general information on these rackets including their brand, model numbers, version, and colors.
|General info||Gravity Pro||Ezone 98|
Below is a comparison of the technical specifications of the Head Gravity Pro (or “GP”) and Yonex Ezone 98, which you can use to get a better idea as to which may be a better suit for your game.
Main Differences: The Ezone 98 has a smaller head size (98in vs 100in), a lower strung weight (11.4oz vs 11.7oz), a lower swing weight (318 vs 334), a higher frame stiffness rating (65 vs 63), and a thicker beam width (23.5mm / 24.5mm / 19.5mm vs 20mm).
|Racket Specs:||Gravity Pro||Ezone 98||% Difference|
|Composition:||Graphite||2G-NAMD SPEED/HM Graphite||–|
|Head Size (sq cm)||645||632||2%|
|Head Size (sq in)||100||98||2%|
|String Pattern||18 x 20||16 x 19||–|
|HL or HH1||HL||HL||–|
|Strung Balance (cm)||32.39||32.49||0%|
|Strung Balance (pts)||6||6||0%|
|Strung Weight (grams)||332||323||3%|
|Strung Weight (ounces)||11.7||11.4||3%|
|Unstrung Weight (grams)||315||305||3%|
|Unstrung Weight (ounces)||11.1||10.8||3%|
|Beam Width (mm)||20||23.5 / 24.5 / 19.5||3-23%|
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Pros and Cons
Below are what I think are the main pros and cons of these two tennis rackets.
|Pros:||Good control from the baseline, great feel and stability on volleys, comfortable to play with, and arm friendly||Good mix of power, spin, and control|
|Cons:||Low powered frame so not suitable for beginners||Not a particularly arm-friendly frame|
Head to Head
Below are my recommendations in terms of which racket is better in terms of Power, Control, Spin, and Arm Friendliness.
Below are our recommendations for recreational players at the beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels.
|Player Level||GP||Ezone 98|
Pro Player Endorsements
The Gravity Pro is endorsed by Alexander Zverev and Andrey Rublev, while the Ezone 98 is currently endorsed by Nick Kyrgios, Naomi Osaka, Jessica Pegula, and Steve Johnson.
Where can you buy these rackets?
The rackets are for sale in most good online tennis shops and through the Head and Yonex websites.