Yonex VCORE Duel G 97 Tennis Racquet - G

$179.95 CAD

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The Yonex VCORE Duel G 97 Tennis Racquet (G) is the slightly lighter, easier to swing version of Stan Warinka's racquet . It is flexible racquet that is easy on the arm and provides excellent feel of the ball. Its unstrung weight of 310g/10.9oz gives it reasonable mass for dealing with heavy hit balls but is light enough to be accessible to a wider audience of players. Its balance of 310mm is head light which gives it good maneuverability.

Yonex VCORE Duel G 97 Tennis Racquet (HG)

Description: Tough G Fiber adds more flex and repulsion in the shaft for a heavier spin for hard hitting players.

  • Head Size: 97 sq.in.
  • Weight: HG: 310g/10.9oz
  • Grip Size: 1-5
  • Length: 27 in.
  • Width Range: 20.0mm / 20.0mm / 20.0mm
  • Balance Point: 310mm
  • Material: H.M. Graphite
  • Tough G Fiber
  • Colour: Black/OrangeRec
  • Stringing Pattern: 16/20
  • Stringing Advice: 50-65 lbs

Racquet comes unstrung and without a cover.


Created by YONEX in 1980, the ISOMETRIC head shape is a unique and evolutionary breakthrough technology in racquet design. In conventional racquets, the sweet spot is located where main strings and cross strings meet. The YONEX ISOMETRIC head shape allows us to increase the number of main and cross strings that meet in the centre of the racquet to produce a sweet spot which gives a 7% more effective hitting area for you to make match winning shots.

The deeper grooves in the 3D Vector Shaft improve racquet stiffness and reduce twisting of the frame for 20% more face stability than a conventional racquet* - delivering precise control at impact and greater bite for the most efficient transfer of power.

TOUGH G FIBER is incorporated into the shaft. 3 times more flexible than CARBON NANOTUBE, TOUGH G FIBER provides high repulsion for a heavier and powerful spin.

The new system on the grommets has more holes towards the top of the frame as well as the grooves to lock the string, crushing the ball and producing more spin.