In this article, I will look at the specs of both rackets to see how they compare to each other.
Ezone 100 vs Speed MP – Racket Specs Comparison
Main Differences: The Ezone 100 has a slightly higher strung weight (11.2oz vs 11.1oz), a lower swing weight (317 vs 318), a higher frame stiffness rating (67 vs 62), and a thicker beam width (23.8mm / 26.5mm / 22.5mm vs 23mm) when compared with the Speed MP.
Similarities: Both rackets have the same head size (100in), racket length (27in), string pattern (16 x 19), head light balance (4 pts HL),
|Specs:||Ezone 100||Speed MP|
|Strung Weight:||318g (11.2oz)||315g (11.1oz)|
|Unstrung Weight:||300g (10.6oz)||300g (10.6oz)|
|Strung Balance:||4 pts HL||4 pts HL|
|Power:||Low to Medium||Low to Medium|
|Player Level:||Intermediate to Advanced||Intermediate to Advanced|
|Beam Width:||23.8mm / 26.5mm / 22.5mm||23mm|
|Colors:||Blue||Black and White|
|String Pattern:||16 x 19||16 x 19|
|Grip Type:||Yonex Synthetic Grip||Head Hydrosorb Pro Grip|
Head to Head
The Ezone 100 (2022) is the better option in terms of power, but the Speed MP (2022) is better in terms of arm friendliness, spin, and control.
Player Level Recommendations
In my opinion, both rackets are best used by intermediate tennis players as beginners will find them too heavy, and more advanced players will want more control.
If you are an advanced tennis player, then the Speed MP will suit you better as it offers more control.
|Player Level||Ezone 100||MP|
Pro Player Endorsements
The Speed MP is endorsed by Bianca Andreescu, Jannik Sinner, Karolina Muchova, and Sloane Stephens, while the Ezone 100 is endorsed by Belinda Bencic, Casper Ruud, Sorana Cirstea, and Marketa Vondrousova.