Yonex EZONE 110 2022 Tennis Racquet

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Item #: EZ07110
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Yonex advances some exciting updates to their EZONE racquet line for 2022. This new EZONE racquet series has updated the 2020 version. The 108 gets updated in the name of the EZONE 110; the racquet remains an easy-swinging players frame that offers excellent feel, spin, and stability. The EZONE 110 (255G) comes with a striking new blue color-way update. Take to the court today with the Easy One.

Yonex adds thicker shaft structure with a convex design reduces unwanted racquet torque on off-centered shots for added power. The EZONE 110 (255G) includes Vibration Dampening Mesh within the handle of the frame which helps reduce shock.

Overall, the EZONE 110 (255G) places power and comfort firmly into the players' hands, allowing for additional ball speed. This frame is an impressive option for the intermediate to beginner player looking for controllable power from a lighter weight frame with a large head size. The specifications of the EZONE 110 (255G) remain close to the previous generation EZONE 108, now with a larger 110 square inch head, a light 9.6 ounce strung weight, and an 16x18 string pattern with a slightly extended length of 27.25 inches.

    Racquet Specifications

  • Headsize: 110 sq. in.
  • Length: 27.25 in.
  • Weight (strung): 9.6 oz.
  • Stiffness (Babolat RDC): 59
  • Balance: 13.75 in. Head Heavy (1pt)
  • Cross Section: 26/29/24mm
  • Swingweight: 295 kg*sq. cm
  • String Pattern: 16x18
  • Grip: Yonex Synthetic
  • Stringing Tips: Two piece racquet. Main String Skips: Throat: 7,9 | Head: 8

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Overall Rating: 5.0/5.0
Customer Reviews
November 04, 2022
great racket for easy power and spin
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

I was hesitant to order the larger sized head. As a 4.0 player that was headed into our state 8.5 combo championship, I was told be careful switching rackets. Also, you don't need a 110 head, its more for beginners. I purchased the racket three weeks before leaving and fell in love. Power and spin were so easy to produce. The thinner frame really provides a softer feel. I have an injury as well so the extra boost on my serve was plus. I had it strung with rexis comfort multifilament 1.30 at about 53 pounds which provided nice touch to the power. My daughter, who is a 4.5, ordered the racket as well and took it to our championship. She is a big hitter and had hers strung with poly and loves the racket as much as I do. If your looking for a racket that's easy on the arm with an extra boost of spin and power I highly recommend this yonex zone. I think its a racket that would be great for beginners due to the large sweet spot, as well as intermediate levels, depending on what you're looking for.