Yonex Ezone 100 vs Vcore 100

The Yonex Ezone 100 and Yonex Vcore 100 are both popular options for intermediate to advanced tennis players looking for a good all round tennis racket that offers easy power and spin.

The Ezone 100 is endorsed by some of the top tennis pros including Casper Ruud, Belinda Bencic, Sorana Cirstea, and Marketa Vondrousova while the Vcore 100 is endorsed by Eugenie Bouchard, Caroline Garcia, and Angelique Kerber.

Yonex Ezone 100 vs Vcore 100

Difference Between the Yonex Ezone 100 and Yonex Vcore 100

For this racket comparison, we will be using the 2020 Version of the Yonex Ezone 100 (or “E100”) and the 2023 version of the Yonex Vcore 100 (or “V100”).

Racket Specs

Specs:Ezone 100Vcore 100
Design:Yonex Ezone 100Yonex Vcore 100
Head Size:100in100in
Strung Weight:318g (11.2oz)320g (11.3oz)
Balance:4 pts HL4 pts HL
Stiffness:69 RA65 RA
Beam Width:23.5mm / 26mm / 22mm25.3mm / 25.3mm / 22mm
Composition:HM GraphiteHM Graphite
Colors:Sky BlueTango Red
String Pattern:16 x 1916 x 19
String Tension Range:22-27kg / 50-60lb22-27kg / 50-60lb
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Strung Weight and Swing Weight

Both rackets have very similar strung and swing weights with the V100 being no more than two grams heavier than the E100.

With only a difference of two grams, both rackets will have a similar feel in terms of weight in your hand.

Head Size and Racket Length

The two tennis rackets have the same head size (100in) and racket length (27in).


Both tennis rackets have the exact same balance at 4 points head light.

Head light rackets are becoming the norm as players like the maneuverability and control you get with a more head light racket.

Frame Stiffness Rating

Both rackets have relatively high stiffness ratings at 69 for the E100 and 65 for the V100.

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Beam Width

The Ezone 100 has a beam width of 23.5mm / 26mm / 22mm while the Vcore 100 has a beam width of 25.3mm / 25.3mm / 22mm.

From my experience playing with both tennis rackets, there wasn’t much of a difference caused by their different beam widths.


Both the E100 and the V100 are low to medium powered tennis rackets so you will need good technique to get the most out of these rackets.

If you haven’t quite developed a full swing then the E100 will be your best option as it definitely is easier to generate power with this racket when compared with the V100.

However, the difference in terms of power isn’t huge as both rackets offer easy access to power and spin.

String Pattern

Both tennis rackets have an open 16×19 string pattern which helps to generate easy spin on your shots.


For me, the E100 is definitely the winner in terms of design as I love the sky blue color and I have never been a fan of red colored tennis rackets like the V100.

My Recommendations

In terms of racket specs, there isn’t a big difference between the E100 and the V100 tennis rackets.

However, I would definitely recommend the V100 over the E100 as I felt it has just a little bit more control and it felt a lot less stiff than the E100.