Kenta Matsudaira ALC
[Hardness] Medium hardness
[Performance] Speed and Control are excellent.
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• Jointly developed with Japan’s Kenta Matsudaira
• A hybrid 5-ply blade made of Butterfly’s popular Arylate/Carbon material
• Kenta prefers a narrow grip and this is evident in the slightly thinner FL handle
18,000 Yen（Include tax 19,800 Yen）
- Product code
- 157 × 150mm
- Arylates five plywood (Wood, ALC, 7 ply wood)
Soil digging man （Experience：６〜１０ years） Recommended for those who emphasize stability and control Verified Purchase
It is especially recommended for men and women with small hands.
Personally, I think that it is a racket that is more suitable for those who hold the grip deeper than those who hold the grip shallowly.
Since the grip is small (thin?), Power control at impact and racket head control with fingers are very easy to do.
The difficulty is that you are overpowered when you are nervous or when you hit the drive repeatedly, but your grip control has improved.
If you are mainly in the front team and want to deal with meetings in the middle team, why not give it a try.
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control10 Touch10 Hardness little hard
Pin-kun （Experience：４〜５ years） Weak overcoming the backhand!
The other day, I changed to Kenta Matsudaira alc there was a little smaller in my hand. When I use, but there was often originally backhand loses been targeted the back side in the poor a game, I felt that the backhand much surprised myself and try to play in this racket has been progress It was. Without the forehand can come the ball to the fore side, now good enough to use the backhand. Before you purchase was lost really whether to Zhang Jike alc or Timo Boll alc or Kenta Matsudaira alc, but it was correct to choose the Kenta Matsudaira alc. In addition, in particular Chiquita ideal for bench play is easy to do because the grip is thin. And, the switching of the forehand and backhand is very easy to do. If you say the weakness of this racket, when Saab for those who had been using the racket a thick, such as the seven plywood because it does not mean that very bouncy, so I think there is that the ball of the increase would come out, I think that there is a need to rethink the Saab was in the Kenta Matsudaira alc.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
Shogun （Experience：６〜１０ years） Be careful as the grip is thin
With the same blades as Viscaria, Zhang Jike ALC, and Timo Boll ALC, the grip is a flat and thin grip that is particular about Kenta.
As for the performance, you can see by looking at the evaluation of the same blade (Viscaria etc.), but the important thing in this racket is the grip.
I like the thin and flat Korbel, so the Kenta grip feels good at first, but after using it for about an hour, my hands hurt. As is often the case with thin grips, it is too thin and puts extra force on your hands, which makes you very tired. Even myself with small hands hurt, so I think it's for women and kids with small hands. In fact, Kenta uses Zhang Jike ALC instead of his own model, so is it difficult to use?
We recommend that you hold the grip before buying.
The blade performance has a good shot feeling and the ball is released quickly, but there is still a feeling of having it, and its exquisiteness is a wonderful racket.
I think that this blade is the destination to end up with a racket without mistakes.
Overall8/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control8 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
Horizontal （Experience：２〜３ years） Good
I think the best thing about Kenta Matsudaira alc is that it's light. The back swings as much as possible, the speed comes out, and the amount of rotation is also great. I think it's okay to think that there is no technology that is easy to shake
Overall8/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control8 Touch6 Hardness Soft
Kentah （Experience：６〜１０ years） user friendly
Impressions after using it for about 2 years
Round with a fairly thin grip
Recommended for people with small hands who like thin grips
Since the grip is thin and round, there is a considerable feeling that you can feel it in your hand when you hit it.
A little hard shot feeling, so it has a good momentum because it is an outer. A rubber that is a little hard and has a grip is suitable instead of a soft rubber. It goes well with G1. Rosena A soft rubber with a weak momentum does not fit. The goodness of the outer alc is easy to disappear.
Even with the outerwear, there is a feeling of grasping, but the ball is well separated and flies well.
Since the grip is thin and round, it is very easy to hit the back. Back drive Chiquita Back drive from the middle team
Easy to switch back
Foreback Drive Serve Receive Bench Inquiry Returning Everything is easy to do There is no difficult technology
A racket recommended for those who like thin grips. Because the grips are thin, it feels like you can feel it in your hand.
G1 is recommended because the rubber is a little hard and has the grip and speed to grab the ball.
I think it goes well with the outer alc
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control9 Touch9 Hardness little hard
Kentaro Matsuda （Experience：１１〜２０ years）
Just hit it and you'll get speed. It goes well with rotation-oriented rubber such as Tenergy 05.
I also tried 64, but 05 was an arch line and 64 was a straight drive. Either way, it's a very good racket
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
moaitroll1234 （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Feeling that Timo Boll is easy to hold
Momentum, ball holding, vibration etc. are the same as Timo Boll alc.
However, since the grip is thin, it is suitable for people with small hands, women, junior children around 5 to 9 years old who have small hands and lack strength.
I thought that it might be received by everyone.
The grip is easy to grasp and it is round, so even a surprisingly aggressive cut man said that this is good. Well, I don't think it is a racket used by Cutman.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control8 Touch9 Hardness Little soft
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