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Yonex VCORE Xi Team Tennis Racquet


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Yonex VCORE Xi Team (Model #vcxit)

The Yonex VCore XI Team is an excellent option for the player looking for a soft racquet that has excellent control, power and feel. The red, white, and black paint job is very sharp. The middling head size and weight is perfect for an intermediate player that can produce some of their own power.  The open string pattern is great for spin potential, and the isometric head design that is only found on Yonex racquets provides an extra large sweet spot with tons of forgiveness.  This racquet is excellent for all court players looking to control the point from wherever they are.  The soft feel is great on the elbow and shoulder as well.

Ideally suited for players with moderate strokes.  Recommended for the 3.5+ NTRP Level Players.

Isometric: 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.

I.P.S.: (Integrated Power Weight System) technology places weight at the 3 and 9 o’clock positions of the frame to give the face a greater moment of inertia.

3D Vector Shaft: 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.

O.P.S.: (Oval Pressed Shaft) manufacturing technology builds the ideal amount of shaft flex at impact into the racquet, extending dwell time for enhanced ball spin and directional control.