[Hardness] Medium hardness
[Performance] Speed and Spin to have excellent
Averages reviews points
Rhyzer 48 has a 48° sponge and is on the highest level of development when speaking of speed, catapult and spin. It especially suits modern offensive players exasperating their opponents with fast topspin attacks close to the table and from half-distance. Compared to the Rhyzer 43 the topspin trajectory is a little flatter and provides high precision and pressure, especially at offensive actions during the game.
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Reviews by user
Let's go （Experience：６〜１０ years） Rubber with high basic performance but quite a selection of people
It is a conversion from Rakuza X software.
First, it is often written as a soft shot feeling in other reviews, but the feeling that comes to hand is surely soft. But it's like an illusion and serious swing speed is needed to make the most of this rubber sponge.
I drive by rubbing and hitting, but this rubber will fall down.
If you do not swing with the face up and from the back to the front, you will only get a ball with no power.
However, you can hit a ridiculous ball if you can make a full swing.
Also this rubber is very easy to meet and block.
Angular speed is a demon.
I felt it was pretty easy to use on the back.
It is highly recommended for those who can bite and hit, but it is not recommended for those who are not confident in swing speed.
All7/10 Speed9 Spin7 Control8 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use EMERALD VPS V
SYANA （Experience：６〜１０ years） easy to handle
I got the impression that it was the same as another company's spin system tension.
The difference is that it is easy to rotate even with a light touch.
I felt the hardness was about 45 degrees instead of 48 degrees.
We recommend ALC rackets instead of ZLC to draw arc lines.
All7/10 Speed7 Spin7 Control7 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use ENERGON
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