Yonex VCore Pro 97H 2021 Tennis Racquet

$199.99 CAD $269.00 CAD

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Endorsed by tennis legend, Stan Wawrinka, the 2021 version of Yonex's VCore Pro 97H is an absolute dream when it comes to flexibility.

Technologies include Flex Fuse, which incorporates a soft polymer in the layup for added comfort, an Isometric head shape, that creates forgiveness and a larger sweet spot, and VDM (Vibration Dampening Mesh), which reduces impact to the arm with harder strikes.

Yonex has tweaked the geometry of the shaft to bend more effectively during impact meaning that this 330-gram racquet allows you to swing through the ball with accuracy and feel.

Yonex VCore Pro 97H 2021 Tennis Racquet

Head Size: 97 sq. inches / 625 sq. cm
String Pattern: 16/19
Length: 27 inches / 69.58 cm
Weight: 11.6 oz / 330 g unstrung
Balance: 10 pts head light / 310 mm unstrung
Swing Weight: 335 strung
Beam width: 21mm / 21mm / 21mm
Flex: 61 RA
Tension Range: 45-60 lbs / 20-27kg


ISOMETRIC technology continues to help the world’s greatest players achieve global success. Developed over 30 years ago, the ISOMETRIC design increases the sweet spot by 7%*. Compared to a conventional round frame, a square-shaped ISOMETRICTM racquet generates a larger sweet spot by optimizing the intersection of the main and cross strings. ISOMETRIC delivers greater control without sacrificing power.

First used in our snowboards to reduce vibrations at impact, Vibration Dampening Mesh (VDM) is now used in four of our racquet series. VDM is a stretchy mesh material that is wrapped around the graphite within the grip to filter unwanted vibrations and improve touch and precision.

A tapered and elongated box-frame shaft is composed of Flex Force and Flex Fuse graphite for precise control of the ball.

A shock-absorbing polymer is integrated within the graphite’s resin for increased racquet flex and a softer, more plush feeling.

Flex Force graphite allows the racquet to quickly flex and snap back for greater spin and faster ball acceleration off the string bed.