In this article, I will look at the specs of both rackets to see how they compare to each other.
Racket Specs – Gravity Pro vs Ezone 98
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).
Please be aware that the specs below are based on averages, so the specs of the racket you buy in a shop or online could differ by 10% or more.
|Racket Specs:||Gravity Pro||Ezone 98|
|Composition:||Graphite||2G-NAMD SPEED/HM Graphite|
|Head Size (sq cm)||645cm2||632cm2|
|Head Size (sq in)||100in2||98in2|
|String Pattern||18 x 20||16 x 19|
|HL or HH1||HL||HL|
|Strung Balance (cm)||32.39cm||32.49cm|
|Strung Balance (pts)||6 pts HL||6 pts HL|
|Strung Weight (grams)||332g||323g|
|Strung Weight (ounces)||11.7oz||11.4oz|
|Unstrung Weight (grams)||315g||305g|
|Unstrung Weight (ounces)||11.1oz||10.8oz|
|Beam Width (mm)||20mm||23.5mm / 24.5mm / 19.5mm|
1 Head Light or Head Heavy
Pros and Cons
The Gravity Pro offers good control from the baseline, great feel and stability on volleys, and is comfortable to play but it is a low powered frame so it won’t be suitable for beginners to intermediate players.
The Ezone 98 offers a good mix of power, spin, and control but it is not a particularly arm-friendly frame.
Head to Head
The Ezone 98 is better in terms of power but the Gravity Pro is the better option in terms of control, spin, and comfort.
Player Level Recommendations
Both rackets are best used by advanced tennis players who have good technique and a full swing.
Beginner to intermediate players will find these rackets to be too heavy and low powered to play with.
|Player Level||GP||Ezone 98|