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Article: Yonex EZONE 100 2022 Review

Yonex EZONE 100

Yonex EZONE 100 2022 Review


In its seventh generation, The Yonex EZONE 100 boasts user friendly specifications to deliver an all court racket with good power and dynamic feel. Yonex describes it as a tool "For all-around players looking for a longer racquet to command the court with added power and comfort. The EZONE 100  certainly delivers on areas of the court, providing an easy playability for intermediate and advanced players. 


The EZONE 100 features a stylish, modern cosmetic with shades of blue ranging from navy to sky. 2G - Namd Speed Graphite features high modulus graphite fibers that are bound with a carbon nanotube (CNT) structure, reducing energy loss, which enables to transfer the energy into quick snapback. The feel of the racket has been boosted by an inverted frame design with a thinner frame face, and the Liner Tech increases flexibility. The Vibrating Dampening Mesh, shockless grommets, and new shaft design make the EZONE 100 a favorable option for comfort and power.


Weight unstrung (+/-5g)

300 grams

Head size

100 sq in

Beam width

23.8/26.5/22.5 mm

Balance (+/- 5mm)

320 mm (Head light)

String pattern

16 x 19


27 in 




The easy playability is highlighted during groundstrokes. It still retains the signature EZONE feel, yet there is more control when it comes to hitting flat shots. There is good directional control and it is easy to generate good depth. The easy access to spin creates opportunities for angled groundstrokes and there is enough backspin to hit a variety of slices. The controllable power and dynamic feel creates an effortless swing for backhands and forehands. While it is powerful for a racket that only weighs 300g unstrung, players that want more pop may want to consider the EZONE 98 instead. That said, the EZONE 100 is a great all rounder from the baseline with its maneuverability, explosive swing weight, dynamic feel, and offensive nature.


Up at the net, The EZONE 100 performs with ease. Speed, comfort, and stability are essential up at the net, and the EZONE has all of that, plus good power. It is stable for a light racket and the easy swing weight makes it easy to get into place for reflex volleys. It is versatile up at net which is great for doubles games because of the ability to hit drop, angled, or deep volleys. With a great feel, The EZONE can give players the option to play a simple volleying game or give them the confidence to play up the net in style.


Versality shines again when it comes to serving with the EZONE. It provides easier power and spin than the EZONE 98 and the directional control is great. The easy power makes for great flat serves and the open string pattern plus maneuverability provides an abundance of spin for effective slice serves. Players can use the rackets strengths to their advantage, without having to worry about arm fatigue or compromised feel. 


The EZONE is a joy to return with and despite it's whippy nature, it holds up well against big hitters. Like volleying, players have a variety of options when it comes to their return game. They can rely on the rackets stability for neutral shots to start the point, or they can position the racket to their liking to hit deep and angled returns. It's a joy to hit consistently and aggressively with the EZONE 100. In an overall sense, The Yonex EZONE 100 is a perfect blend of power and control, along with feel and stability. Simply put, it's a great choice for the all court player or counterpuncher, because of how easy it is to pick up and use efficiently... 




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