[Performance] Speed and Spin are excellent.
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Reviews of ＭＡＳＡＭＵＮＥ. Players who use Racket evaluate various points such as hardness, momentum, weight, item by item to worry, and feel at impact thoroughly.
18,000 Yen（Include tax 19,800 Yen）
- Product code
- 85g ±
- Hinoki wood
Father Cutman （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Cutman but nostalgic pleasure
I used to use cypress veneer 30 years ago, but it flashed back brilliantly. After all, the cypress-specific spatter! The shot feeling that pops out is really fun. If you believe in the racket and shake it firmly, a stretchy ball will run. The cut needs to swing faster, but it is returned to slide low. When the speed drive is hit after being put out before, I think it is better to surpass with the cut block rather than the cut, and the counter is also quite effective.
I used Lakza 7 for the fore and v11 extra thickness for the back, but I think that v11 extra thickness is good for the fore if it is a cutman.
As rumored, this racket is fun on the back and back. I use it in the main.
Overall9/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Soft
Ishitsubute （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Not suitable for cut man
First of all, let me say one word.
I tried the trial hit with Rakza 7.
The reason is that the cut cannot be suppressed due to too much momentum.
Suitable players are those who like the feeling of wood, want momentum, like the feel of cypress at impact, cannot use special materials, like three plywood, like thick racket, etc., or a back side. is recommended for players who are different and fight in the front team.
It is also recommended for large ball players.
It's a good racket that I'm worried about changing from my current racket.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Soft
Recommended rubber (Forehand) Rakza 7
Mike （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Come to the cut man who hits
Triggered by this racket, I became a back-back cut man.
(1) Regarding the attack, the growth of the drive is amazing anyway! It's easy to understand the feeling of grabbing and flying. I think this sense of grabbing is facing the back and back. I feel that a heavy ball comes out naturally.
(2) Regarding Tsutsuki and the table, it was difficult for me personally, probably because the racket is thick. There is also a back and forth from the grain, but it is easy to hit the corner unless you swing from top to bottom or drop the hit point. Since the racket itself also flies, I think Tsutsuki is quite difficult compared to other cut rackets.
(3) Regarding cutting, I think that people who change from a racket that does not fly need to get used to it. It is an impression that a little slow and low ball is easy to come out! Before the change, I was using Wa No Gokuhei, so I felt it was fast. It cuts well. It is an impression that it is easier to cut than Tsutsuki.
As a point to note when changing, we recommend using a thick or medium rubber and a light racket. I haven't used it at grain height, so please refer to other people's reviews.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control8 Touch10 Hardness Soft
urge The hit feeling is the best, but it may be quite difficult to select rubber ...
The feel of three cypresses is the best. The feeling of grabbing the ball is wonderful, the fore attack flies firmly, the cut is firmly suppressed and it fits on the court.
However, even if I tried to match the grain height to the back, no matter what rubber I put together, it didn't come out nicely. So, if you combine the back software, you can make a sharp cut. Is it suitable for people who are aiming for Aida?
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control8 Touch10 Hardness little hard
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