Today I’ll be reviewing Yonex Vcore 95 2021 and also comparing it to some other racquets of the same range.
The Yonex Vcore 95 2021 is one of the famous racquets in the market today. After reading this article you will get to know all the characteristics as well as the pros and the cons of this amazing racquet.
Yonex Vcore 95 2021 quick Review
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Who is Yonex Vcore 95 racquet for?
Considering the technical characteristics of the Yonex Vcore 95, I would recommend it to intermediate to advanced players who are looking for a powerful control racquet with good spin potential.
The Yonex Vcore 95 2021 racquet is for players looking for power, spin, and control.
With a small head size of 613 square centimeters, this racquet offers plenty of power and control to get the ball where you want it and to easily move your opponents.
Its 310g weight combined with a 31cm handle balance offers great stability to counter effectively while still being able to send full power shots.
The 16×20 string pattern is perfect for this racquet as it allows for plenty of spin while maintaining plenty of control.
Yonex Vcore 95 full Review
Features and technologies
The Yonex VCORE 95 (310g) 2021 is part of the VCore range from Yonex, an intermediate-range in terms of power.
The EZone range offers the most powerful racquets and the VCore Pro range the least powerful racquets.
The Yonex Vcore 95 2021 has a lot of technologies such as :
– Isometric: Isometric frame shape to optimize the sweet spot and therefore the forgiveness and power of the racquet.
– 2G-Namd Flex Force: Technology that modifies the structure of the graphite in the racquet for greater flexibility and quicker return for better spin.
– String Sync Grommets: Yonex’s proprietary grommet structure provides more vertical string movement and faster return for improved ball striking.
– Aero Trench: A reduction in the size of the grommet at the top of the racquet to improve air penetration and spin
– Aero Fin: Aerodynamic fins located on the edges of the frame to improve air penetration and maneuverability
– Liner Tech: Increased string entry angle on some strings for a bigger sweet spot and string movement.
– Vibration Dampening Mesh: This material is placed in the neck and filters out 30% of the vibrations caused by hitting to protect your arm, but also to offer you more touch and comfort.
Comfort and forgiveness
The 613 sq cm head size reduces the tolerance for centering mistakes, making the racquet quite demanding.
Playing comfort also be somewhat reduced compared to racquets with larger head size.
The open 16×20 string pattern is a nice touch to increase the comfort of the Yonex VCORE 95 (310g) 2021 racquet.
The softness of the Yonex VCORE 95 (310g) 2021 racquet is a feature that contributes to the comfort of the racquet.
Like all Yonex racquets, the Yonex VCORE 95 (310g) 2021 racquet features Isometric technology, with a Yonex-specific head size shape that aims to increase the comfort zone and forgiveness of the racquet.
Overall, it is a bit less when it comes to the comfort and forgiveness of the Yonex VCORE 95 (310g) 2021 racquet.
The Yonex Vcore 95 (310g) 2021 racquet has a head size of 613 sq cm, a 16×20 string pattern, a profile thickness of 21.5mm / 22mm / 21mm, and stiffness of 64 Ra.
The head size of the Yonex Vcore 95 2021 racquet limits its power.
This makes the Yonex Vcore 95 2021 racquet ideal for advanced level players who can center the ball well and have the technique and physical attributes to generate power.
The open string pattern enhances the trampoline effect and power of the Yonex Vcore 95 2021 racquet.
The thin profile contributes to the flexibility of the frame of the Yonex Vcore 95 2021 racquet and at the same time reduces its power.
The flexibility of the Yonex Vcore 95 2021 racquet reduces its power.
Considering all of its features, the Yonex Vcore 95 2021 racquet has fairly low power, with excellent control.
The open string pattern (with space between the strings) helps the Yonex Vcore 95 2021 racquet to generate a lot of topspin.
Overall, with the combination of the 613 sq cm head size and 16×20 string pattern, the Yonex Vcore 95 2021 racquet has very high spin potential.
The balance of the Yonex Vcore 95 2021 racquet is located at 31cm for an unstrung racquet, which is equivalent to a handle balance.
The rather small head size of 613 sq cm promotes very good maneuverability.
With its 310g weight, handling balance, and small head size, the Yonex Vcore 95 2021 racquet has excellent maneuverability.
Yonex adds a new chapter to the history of its ultra-accurate VCORE 95. The new Yonex Vcore 95 features the latest Yonex technology and innovative frame construction.
Featuring a compact head size, sub-325 swing weight, and moderate stiffness, this racquet combines control and feel with sensational spin and speed. This 2021 edition VCORE 95 features a slightly thicker frame. In fact, Yonex has widened the frame from 3 to 9 o’clock, which translates into more power and easier spin. This Vcore 95 also incorporates Flex Force technology in the mid-section. It consists of uniquely flexible graphite (NAMD-2) that allows for optimal flexibility at impact.
The String Sync grommets on this racquet enhance its spin potential and maximize the speed of string return at impact. Yonex also added a Vibration Dampening Mesh in the handle, which softens the feel at impact. The signature technology of this racquet is the ISOMETRIC head, which ensures precision and responsiveness. On the court, the Yonex Vcore 95 offers an exceptional response, and the compact head size makes it all the more precise when hitting at full power.
The light head balance and low swing weight translates into nice touch on defense and spin on full power shots. This Yonex racquet also shines at the net, staying solid, fast, and maneuverable when the tempo picks up. All in all, Yonex continues to improve on the Yonex Vcore 95, both in feel and in design.
Advanced and intermediate players looking for a fast, surgically accurate, midsize racquet with an excellent feel should definitely check out this model.
Alternatives to the Yonex Vcore 95
Head Graphene Touch Prestige S
This racquet is a great alternative of the Yonex Vcore 95 for players with an intermediate or advanced level of play with a quite powerful style of play, rather flat or slightly lifted, it is good for those who shoot from the back of the court, players who are able to generate power through their technique and physique and looking for precision, control and comfort.
Wilson Pro Staff 97 L
Wilson Pro Staff racquets are ideal for the intermediate to advanced player who values precision and feel. The Pro Staff line has more flexible profiles than the Burn and Ultra lines, allowing for a more classic, soft return. To improve control, Pro Staff racquets have a head size smaller than 626 square centimeters.
These racquets are available in a variety of weights, ranging from the RF97 Autograph which is heavy and stable to the 97L which is light and fast. Roger Federer played an important role in the design of the Pro Staff line.
Wilson ultra tour
The Ultra Tour is a new Ultra Series racquet from Wilson. This series of racquets offers plenty of power and control.
This versatile racquet allows you to hit balls into the corners with great accuracy without losing power.
Head Prestige MP Graphene 360+
The Head Prestige MP Graphene 360+ is one of the best racquets for advanced and intermediate players who love to feel connected to their racquet and look for high stability and control.
If you like eastern grips, hitting flat and one precision instrument this might be something that works very well for you immediately but I also think that the racquet can work more for modernized players if they get the setup right.
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Now is your turn to pick one up and to take your game to the next level.
And don’t forget “Talk with your racquet, play with your heart”.