JOOLA Chen Weixing
[Hardness] Little soft
[Performance] Control and Spin are excellent.
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High quality defensive blades have always been a strength of JOOLA. Now in conjunction with Chen Weixing, world ranked 14, a new blade is launched which is designed for the modern defensive player. It is fast enough to play powerful topspin shots but still with control for chop play. This is achieved by a special twin black/cloth layer between the koto and kiri plys.
The artist, Chen Weixing is totally enthused with this new JOOLA blade. "I can safely play strong forehand loop shots from half distance with great feeling and high speed but at the same time play secure backhand chops at the necessary length to force my opponent into mistakes."
Veneers: Limba, Koto, Black-Cloth, Kiri
7,500 Yen（Include tax 8,250 Yen）
- Product code
- The five wood + black cross two (Wood, Other, 7 ply wood)
Yutchi @ cut Somewhat defensive closer
For those who want to play, such as Cheng Shin way player is not suitable honest. This racket It is also relatively defensive closer. If you want to play, such as Cheng Shin way player is the better of Koji Matsushita offensive and Chusehyuku. There is no doubt it is a good racket to cut man just because the compatibility is of course good for the grain high!
Overall6/10 Speed6 Spin6 Control7 Touch5 Hardness Little soft
Cute （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Unique racket
It contains special materials, but it does not fly very much.
This is to reduce the shot feeling, so the attack power is increased! I think you should not expect that.
Especially for those who yearn for the playing style of Chen Satellite, it may not be recommended so much...
However, as mentioned above, the shot feeling is very good, and it is easy to suppress drive and smash etc with a great power.
As a close racket, I think it's Koji Matsushita.
If you look at the stability of the cut, Chen Satellite may be good.
As a rubber to use,
Tension rubber is recommended for the fore.
You can stabilize the cut, Tsutsuki and drive.
If you want more torque than speed, sticking adhesive high tension rubber is recommended.
For the back, we recommend grain or anti. You will be able to make a back cut with tenacity and change.
However, there are some things I'm not good at, but the table didn't seem to work very well.
I think it's perfect for learning skills related to defense, such as over-miss, stickiness, and curve long.
Overall7/10 Speed5 Spin7 Control8 Touch9 Hardness Soft
Recommended rubber (Forehand) Rasant Powergrip
Recommended rubber (Backhand) Feint · LONG 3 ultra Gokuusu
（Experience：２〜３ years） good
Personally the best racket. The balance between attack and defense is good, the cut can be suppressed even with strong hits, and the attack has some power. The ball feeling is worth mentioning. Thanks to the black cross, the sweet spot is wide, the control is very good, and you can hit the ball as you want. I think it is better to match it with a hard rubber. Since it is not a racket with a strong momentum, I think that it is good to have three beats of speed, spin, and control by matching German tension or adhesive tension on the fore and grain height with emphasis on change in the back.
Overall10/10 Speed5 Spin7 Control9 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
Yu cut （Experience：６〜１０ years）
Batted ball is pretty slow. Attack can normally. You might want to spring a Tsubudaka to back software back to the fore. Table software I think that does not fit too.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control10 Touch5 Hardness Little soft
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