In this article, I will look at the racket specs of both frames so you can see how they compare to each other.
Vcore vs Clash 100
Rackets Specs Comparison
Main Differences: The Vcore 100 has a higher strung weight (11.3oz vs 11.0oz), a higher swing weight (322 vs 318), a less head light balance (4 pts HL vs 7 pts HL), a higher frame stiffness rating (65 vs 57), and a thicker overall beam width (25.3mm / 25.3mm / 22mm vs 24.5mm).
Similarities: Both rackets have the same head size (100in), racket length (27in), and string pattern (16×19).
|Specs:||Vcore 100||Clash 100|
|Year Released:||2023||2022 (V2)|
|Strung Weight:||320g (11.3oz)||312g (11.0oz)|
|Unstrung Weight:||300g (10.6oz)||295g (10.4oz)|
|Balance:||4 pts HL||7 pts HL|
|TW Stiffness Rating:||65||57|
|Power:||Low to Medium||Medium|
|Player Level:||Intermediate to Advanced||Intermediate|
|Beam Width:||25.3mm / 25.3mm / 22mm||24.5mm|
|Colors:||Red, Blue, and Black||Cherry Red|
|String Pattern:||16 x 19||16 x 19|
|Grip Type:||Yonex Synthetic Grip||Wilson Pro Performance|
Head to Head
|H2H||Vcore 100||Clash 100|
Intermediate players will be most at home with these rackets as they offer excellent power and spin.
However, if you are more of an advanced player then you will want to go with the Vcore 100 as this offers more control.
|Player Level||Vcore 100||Clash 100|
Pro Player Endorsements
Yonex’s Vcore 100 is endorsed by Caroline Garcia, Elena Rybakina, and Donna Vekic, while Wilson’s Clash 100 does not currently have any pro player endorsements as it is targeted more at recreational players.