Modern day racquets and paddles are made from a high modulus graphite, which is used to keep the frame lightweight and stiff for increased head stability and performance. These graphites and/or carbon fibres allow for more aerodynamic shapes to be made which increases the speed in which the racquet/paddle can travel through the air.
Isometric is a square head frame design employed by Yonex, that involves equalizing the length of the main and cross strings in the string bed. This head shape promotes increased stability and creates a bigger sweet spot to enhance control.
Tungsten is mainly used in the production of hard materials based on tungsten carbide, one of the hardest carbides.
These Yonex racquets combine a solid hitting feel and quick swing.
Nanometric improves the bonding strength between the carbon fibres enabling the player to take racquet shaft construction to another level. By reducing the amount of carbon in the shaft to make it 60%* thinner than a conventional racquet whilst retaining stiffness, YONEX has created a revolutionary lightweight racquet with lightening head speed and control.