KOJI MATSUSHITA ZC
[Hardness] Medium hardness
[Performance] Spin and Speed are excellent.
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Reviews of KOJI MATSUSHITA ZC. Players who use Racket evaluate various points such as hardness, momentum, weight, item by item to worry, and feel at impact thoroughly.
- Product code
- 87g ±
- 7 ply wood
Arad This is for attack! ?
I have hit all VICTAS Koji Matsushita rackets, but it was so easy to attack that I wondered if this was for attack!
On the contrary, it was difficult to suppress the cut, it went too deep, and there were many over mistakes, so I think the rubber should not fly too much.
As a summary, I think that it is a god racket for a cut man with a lot of attacks.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control8 Touch8 Hardness little hard
Recommended rubber (Forehand) V＞15 Extra
A silver ball rather than a white ball （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Comparison with Koji Matsushita SP
For your reference, this is a personal comparison between Koji Matsushita ZC (hereinafter ZC) and Koji Matsushita SP (hereinafter SP).
I used SP and put Dig 05 special pressure on the fore and 0.5 of P1 on the back.
The first thing I felt the biggest difference was the forecut.
The SP is an outer carbon, so the ball releases quickly and flies in a straight line, while the ZC is an inner carbon, so the feeling of grasping the ball is very strong, and it draws an arc and fits firmly on the base.
Rotation is also very easy and good.
In the first place, the type of carbon is different, so I think that's part of it.
I think the most important thing is how you feel when you hit the ball.
I will omit the back cut because the rubber is different in the first place.
In terms of Fore Tsutsuki, ZC is of course also momentum, but SP is also momentum.
If you want to make an aggressive and sharp Tsutsuki, I think SP is easier to put out.
As for the drive, the ZC has a better grip than the SP, so it is easier to lift the downward rotation hit.
In conclusion, I will switch to ZC.
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
veteran cut man （Experience：６〜１０ years） Perfect for modern cut man! Good balance!
A racket that has the goodness and stability of wood even though it has z carbon. If you put a soft rubber on it, it feels even better. The balance between the power of the drive and the sense of stability is perfect. Those who have a much higher percentage of attacks than cuts or who are particular about the power of a single blow may find it a little unsatisfactory. Is the back attack and back drive from the middle team as powerful as the attack man's inner racket? It is a racket that does not choose rubber!
It's a price that you can't afford, but I'd like you to try it out and combine it with various rubbers! That way, you'll find your perfect gear.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control9 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
NT （Experience：More than ２０ years） compared to the previous racket
This is my impression after changing from Koji Matsushita to Koji Matsushita ZC. *Rubber and sponge thickness are the same as before.
I have the impression that there are more over-misses than before, and my opponent also told me that my offense will grow further after reaching the level where the rotation of the drive is high.
I feel that defensive techniques such as cutting, blocking, and receiving are difficult
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control5 Touch5 Hardness hard
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