Vcore SV98 here are some more threads:Is that the V Core Tour F Paint Job?
Thanks, didn't see they just came out with the update. Still looks a lot like the VCORE Tour F paint job but still noticeable differences.
Well that throat is a definite change up from the older posts.Why does Yonex write:
Yoshihito is proud to play with YONEX using the VCORE 98 racquet, Pro Series bag, Fusion REV2 tennis shoes, Tournament, On-Court and Practice Style clothing.
and post a picture of him using a 16x20 pattern racket with a VCore 98 PJ
Looks like you might be right.Well that throat is a definite change up from the older posts.
Well we (the forum folks) are freaks. The fact that people like us got Babolat and HEAD to change their language from "using" to "endorsing" is simply amazing.Looks like you might be right.
My point was just that it's dishonest for Yonex to write that he is using the VCore 98 (verbatum), whilst posting a picture of him playing with a frame that clearly isn't.
"For example, Jeremy Chardy (top 46) plays with the T-Fight 305, without modification or customization from the factory specs. "https://www.tecnifibre.com/tecnimag/tennis-racket/t-fight-xtc-fight-touch-stylePros don't play racquets "stock". They may play with a retail frame, but they don't play it in stock form.