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Published on Nov 23, 2016

Length: 04:09

The Yonex V-Core SV 105 incorporates their new Nanometric XT and Aero Fin technologies to create a racquet that can spin it to the limit. The SV series of racquets are designed to give players longer dwell times, extra bite and exceptional play. Isometric technology provides a 7% larger sweet spot, and a head light balance makes it nice and maneuverable. The New Aero Fin technology decreases air resistance by 16% allowing for increased swing speed. Boasting the largest headsize in this new family of racquets, the SV 105 offers the most power and comfort in the line. The all new Nanometric XT Carbon boasts increased flexibility to help increase dwell time on the string better for added control. A weight of 9.8 ounces strung make this racquet perfect for players looking to add some power and comfort to their game.

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hey tennis fans welcome to another tennis express rack review today we're taking a look at the yonex V core SV 105 yonex changes it up again with the vcore SV line of racquets these new yonex rackets incorporate yonex’s tried-and-true isometric frame shape allowing for these racquets to have a larger sweet spot in addition to the isometric frame shape yonex is added their high-density black micropore and key areas of the frame helping free spin and stability of the racket another familiar technology from another line is aerofin which they've improved to further decrease the air resistance and increased swing speed now for what makes these rackets different ESP frames design incorporating nanometric xt in the upper of the frame to help with ball pocketing while the arrow shape of the frame shoulder provides extra torque put it all together in these frames will offer incredible field while maintaining that exceptional precision here with me and Ana and we are testing the sv talking about the SV 105 yonex here. Vinny
what’d you think about it I liked it normally normally not a big fan of those big 105’s but a definitely very
spin friendly you know like hitting those shots from the back like it was nothing really easily but a I mean personally I'm I didn't really like my serve I'm used to a racquet that that has a size is a lot smaller so i actually blame myself on that one that my serves were a little out of control on that but definitely helped me a lot of the back and is really going to help any place that needs a little extra spin extra power for a game so definitely recommend that one what you think yeah I like this racket i like that it was a little more well-balanced from the team it's a little lighter than the team racket I like that the balance felt overall
pretty well distributed it's interesting that Vinny says that because I kind of about his about the power at
least with the racket I I kind of found the opposite i thought I played really well and I did get a lot of spin so
in and those regards i agree however I do feel like with a lot of my shots theywere shorter than normal I do feel like the racket has a great amount of control so I was swinging through my shots and stuff but i would just sit there and play some points against you and I think that maybe the ball was going to sail or that it was gonna go a little deeper and it just kind of never did I remember being surprised that dropped
him yeah yeah so in in that sense it was good because i was able to hit through my shots and I did get some good power which eventually helped me because it did drop in and I was a lot more error-free I guess in a way but what I didn't expect that like even some shots that I wanted to go a little deeper and they just didn’t yeah and that's definitely one thing I remember when you're hitting that you mentioned verbally that that you were you well you're starting to get a little bit depth because there was so much then yeah so overall yeah I think I think we all had a good time with this racket against a little bit bigger than were used to using this with the 105 I think most of us use 100’s or small overall great feel on
this racket lots of spin very spin friendly I think this might have been the most spin friendly out of all of them for us if it was for me very solid even though it was on the lighter side and I put three ounces with it
on the racket strung so it definitely on the lighter side but I think we're all were all very happy with the field it and spin potential and Vinny and I didn't struggle with our weight so very good 105 yeah it was it thanks for tuning in to our tennis express rack review and be sure to check out our other videos on our youtube channel and stay up-to-date with all the latest tennis news here at tennis express

Published on Nov 23, 2016

Length: 04:09

The Yonex V-Core SV 105 incorporates their new Nanometric XT and Aero Fin technologies to create a racquet that can spin it to the limit. The SV series of racquets are designed to give players longer dwell times, extra bite and exceptional play. Isometric technology provides a 7% larger sweet spot, and a head light balance makes it nice and maneuverable. The New Aero Fin technology decreases air resistance by 16% allowing for increased swing speed. Boasting the largest headsize in this new family of racquets, the SV 105 offers the most power and comfort in the line. The all new Nanometric XT Carbon boasts increased flexibility to help increase dwell time on the string better for added control. A weight of 9.8 ounces strung make this racquet perfect for players looking to add some power and comfort to their game.

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Transcripts:

hey tennis fans welcome to another tennis express rack review today we're taking a look at the yonex V core SV 105 yonex changes it up again with the vcore SV line of racquets these new yonex rackets incorporate yonex’s tried-and-true isometric frame shape allowing for these racquets to have a larger sweet spot in addition to the isometric frame shape yonex is added their high-density black micropore and key areas of the frame helping free spin and stability of the racket another familiar technology from another line is aerofin which they've improved to further decrease the air resistance and increased swing speed now for what makes these rackets different ESP frames design incorporating nanometric xt in the upper of the frame to help with ball pocketing while the arrow shape of the frame shoulder provides extra torque put it all together in these frames will offer incredible field while maintaining that exceptional precision here with me and Ana and we are testing the sv talking about the SV 105 yonex here. Vinny
what’d you think about it I liked it normally normally not a big fan of those big 105’s but a definitely very
spin friendly you know like hitting those shots from the back like it was nothing really easily but a I mean personally I'm I didn't really like my serve I'm used to a racquet that that has a size is a lot smaller so i actually blame myself on that one that my serves were a little out of control on that but definitely helped me a lot of the back and is really going to help any place that needs a little extra spin extra power for a game so definitely recommend that one what you think yeah I like this racket i like that it was a little more well-balanced from the team it's a little lighter than the team racket I like that the balance felt overall
pretty well distributed it's interesting that Vinny says that because I kind of about his about the power at
least with the racket I I kind of found the opposite i thought I played really well and I did get a lot of spin so
in and those regards i agree however I do feel like with a lot of my shots theywere shorter than normal I do feel like the racket has a great amount of control so I was swinging through my shots and stuff but i would just sit there and play some points against you and I think that maybe the ball was going to sail or that it was gonna go a little deeper and it just kind of never did I remember being surprised that dropped
him yeah yeah so in in that sense it was good because i was able to hit through my shots and I did get some good power which eventually helped me because it did drop in and I was a lot more error-free I guess in a way but what I didn't expect that like even some shots that I wanted to go a little deeper and they just didn’t yeah and that's definitely one thing I remember when you're hitting that you mentioned verbally that that you were you well you're starting to get a little bit depth because there was so much then yeah so overall yeah I think I think we all had a good time with this racket against a little bit bigger than were used to using this with the 105 I think most of us use 100’s or small overall great feel on
this racket lots of spin very spin friendly I think this might have been the most spin friendly out of all of them for us if it was for me very solid even though it was on the lighter side and I put three ounces with it
on the racket strung so it definitely on the lighter side but I think we're all were all very happy with the field it and spin potential and Vinny and I didn't struggle with our weight so very good 105 yeah it was it thanks for tuning in to our tennis express rack review and be sure to check out our other videos on our youtube channel and stay up-to-date with all the latest tennis news here at tennis express

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