The Yonex EZONE family, the 7th-generation 105 – for all-around players looking for an oversized frame with power and comfort.
The latest generation is meticulously crafted with innovative 2G-Namd*2 Speed graphite, which is integrated into the throat of the racquet for increased ball speed and improved feel.
Building upon the EZONE family’s easy access to power with a comfortable and plush feeling, the research and development team further improved the feel with an upgraded Aero Shape Frame Design and Liner Tech, resulting in 16%*1 more flexibility. To ensure racquet stability is not sacrificed, thicker beam width and new shaft design add power and reduce unwanted racquet torque on off-centered shots.
The most powerful racquet series in Yonex Tennis history is “the easy one,” – a user-friendly racquet for players of all levels. From 4-time Grand Slam Champion Naomi Osaka (JPN) and World No. 8 Casper Ruud (NOR) to someone playing tennis for the first time, there is a model in the EZONE series for everyone.
Improved feel and ball speed
2G-NamdTM Speed graphite provides enhanced ball speed without sacrificing comfort.
New Shaft Design
For improved stability and power
A thicker shaft structure with a convex design reduces unwanted racquet torque on off-centered shots for added power.
Aero Shape Design
For power and a plush feel
A thinner frame combined with a thicker beam width results in a flexible frame with added power.
Larger sweet spot
Compared to a conventional round frame, Yonex’s signature square-shaped ISOMETRICTM racquet generates a 7% larger sweet spot that delivers greater control without sacrificing power.
Oval Pressed Shaft (OPS)
Added spin, control, and feel
First introduced in 1969, the Oval Pressed Shaft features rounder shaft corners and flexes at impact to increase dwell time and minimize vibrations.
Vibration Dampening Mesh (VDM)
For added touch and precision
A stretchy mesh material is wrapped around the graphite within the grip to filter unwanted vibrations.
More spin on off-centered shots
Straight-hole grommets elongate the main strings by making the entry angle for the string more vertical, resulting in a horizontal sweet spot expansion and increased string movement.