The Yonex Ezone 100 is endorsed by top tennis pros Casper Ruud, Belinda Bencic, Sorana Cirstea, and Marketa Vondrousova, while the Yonex Ezone 98 is endorsed by Nick Kyrgios and Naomi Osaka.
Table of Contents
- Yonex Ezone 98 vs 100 Racket Comparison
- Racket Recommendations
- Where can you buy these tennis rackets?
- Final Thoughts
Yonex Ezone 98 vs 100 Racket Comparison
For this racket comparison, we will be comparing the 2022 Version of the Ezone 98 and the Ezone 100.
Racket Specs – Yonex Ezone 98 and 100
|Yonex Ezone 98||VS||Yonex Ezone 100|
|323g (11.4oz)||Strung Weight:||318g (11.2oz)|
|6 pts HL||Strung Balance:||4 pts HL|
|23.5mm / 24.5mm / 19.5mm||Beam Width:||23.8mm / 26.5mm / 22.5mm|
|Low to Medium||Power Level:||Low to Medium|
|Blue and Black||Racket Colours:||Blue and Black|
|16 x 19||String Pattern:||16 x 19|
|Yonex Synthetic Grip||Grip Type:||Yonex Synthetic Grip|
The most obvious difference between the two rackets is their head size with the Ezone 98 having a 98in head size and the Ezone 100 having a 100in head size.
Both tennis rackets have a racket length of 27 inches.
Strung Weight and Swing Weight
The Ezone 98 is 5g heavier than the Ezone 100 but as the Ezone 98 has a more head light balance, there is only a 1g difference in the two racket’s swing weight so you are not going to feel a huge difference between these two tennis rackets.
Both tennis rackets have a head light balance with the Ezone 98 (6 pts HL) being slightly more head light than the Ezone 100 (4 pts HL).
The Ezone 100 is the stiffer of the two rackets with a stiffness rating of 67, compared with a stiffness rating of 65 for the Ezone 98.
Both tennis rackets would be considered low to medium-powered tennis rackets with the Yonex Ezone 100 being the more powerful of the two rackets.
Both tennis rackets have a 16 x 19 open string pattern which makes it easier to generate topspin on your shots.
In my opinion, neither of these two tennis rackets are suited for beginners as they are far too heavy.
To get a lot more out of these rackets, you need to have a full swing and be able to generate your own power so they will be more suited to an advanced tennis player.
Where can you buy these tennis rackets?
Both rackets are available at most good online tennis shops (see links below):
I hope you enjoyed our comparison of the Yonex Ezone 98 vs 100. If you did, then you may also enjoy our tennis racket comparisons of the Wilson Clash 100 vs Head Speed MP and the Wilson Balde 98 vs Head Gravity Pro.