Picking the perfect tennis racket for you is a big decision. Different brands, sizes, models, and weights are enough to make anyone’s head spin.

But we’re here to make sure your tennis ball is spinning as it pops off your racket. That’s why we’re going to make sense of all the different options available within a racket family. Let’s start with the Yonex EZONE. Here are all the rackets currently available in the Yonex EZONE family:

Yonex EZONE RacketPrice
Yonex EZONE 25$79.95
Yonex EZONE 26$121.00
Yonex EZONE ACE$104.00
Yonex EZONE GAME$195.00
Yonex EZONE FEEL$90.00
Yonex EZONE 110$209.00
Yonex EZONE 105$259.00
Yonex EZONE 100SL$259.00
Yonex EZONE 100L$259.00
Yonex EZONE 100+ (7th gen.)$244.00
Yonex EZONE 100$179.00
Yonex EZONE 98L$259.00
Yonex EZONE 98 Tour (7th gen.)$265.00
Yonex EZONE 98+ (7th gen.)$229.00
Yonex EZONE 98$179.00
A list of every available racket in the Yonex EZONE tennis racket family.

Differentiating Between Different Types of Yonex EZONE Rackets

Let’s say you’ve landed on the Yonex EZONE as the racket for you. Maybe you love Kygrios or you just like how gentle it is on your elbow.

The problem is, which EZONE racket is right for you? Weird question, right? Isn’t an EZONE and EZONE? Not exactly.

The EZONE family alone has 10+ variations. This article covers how to understand them and pick the right one for you.

Shopping for the Right Yonex EZONE Racket

Have you ever seen a professional tennis racket at a store at what seemed like way too cheap? That’s because it’s a cheaper version, or a version that’s different than the ones the pros play with. They’re all different, often in some pretty minor ways.

Luckily, there’s a little code in the way they are named which can instantly clue you in to these small differences. For clarity, we’re going to omit the aesthetic differences that come with promotional frames with different paintjobs, like the Naomi Osaka Yonex EZONE.


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