RISING DRAGON Ⅱ

Everyone's rating [Hardness] Medium hardness
[Performance] Speed and Spin to have excellent
RISING DRAGON Ⅱ

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Averages reviews points

  • Rating: 9.67 / 10
  • 3 reviews
    • Speed:9.67
    • Spin:9.67
    • Control:9.67

    Reviews of RISING DRAGON Ⅱ. Players who use Rubber evaluate various points such as hardness of the sponge, speed, control, spin, and feel at impact thoroughly.

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    Specifications

    Price
    5,000 Yen(Include tax 5,500 Yen)
    Producer
    Yasaka
    Product code
    B-53

    Reviews by user

    • visitor

      a (Experience:4〜5 years) I like it

      Reviews by user

      I thought it was similar to Shokyo.
      It takes more power than the Drive 1 to the underspin, but the ball goes well.
      The serve is very good.

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      2024/05/12
      All
      10/10
      Speed
      10
      Spin
      10
      Control
      10
      Hardness Little hard

      Racket recommended use HUGO CALDERANO SAL

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    • visitor

      Twin Impact (Experience:4〜5 years) Wind God

      Reviews by user

      I use it for my forehand.
      The rotation is so amazing that it goes over the table.
      The speed is also fast, and it's such a good rubber that it even surprises my opponents.
      It also has great control, so I never made any mistakes.

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      2024/05/12
      All
      10/10
      Speed
      10
      Spin
      10
      Control
      10
      Hardness Little soft

      Racket recommended use RESONATE AI

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    • visitor

      chestnut (Experience:6〜10 years) Achieving both adhesive-like properties and ease of use

      Reviews by user

      My impression is that Shoryu Blue is easy to handle and has a good bounce.
      Although it is inferior in terms of change to the opponent and amount of spin, the feeling of hitting is similar to sticky rubbers such as Shoryu Blue, and it also spins. The speed is also decent. To be more specific about the ease of handling, it is that it bites and digs in easily.
      The trajectory of the ball is high and isolated, which is characteristic of Shoryu, and the ball tends to go up when you hit it.
      If you say it has a downside, it takes some getting used to because if you don't bite and just loop on the surface, the ball doesn't go up very much. Also, if you hit it just by impact, it falls more than Kyohyo.
      If you hit it at an angle that suits Shoryu, it will go up, bounce, and spin, and you can hit a good ball. Even with underspin, if you hit it firmly like this, it will go up, and you can hit a speed drive even with a low ball. Also, you can hit a good ball with a swing that is smaller and more forward than Kyohyo.
      Overall, it is similar to Shoryu Blue, but is easy to handle and bounces, but it is a good rubber if you hit it in a way that suits Shoryu.
      This is recommended for those who feel that the adhesive tension is not enough, or for those who find it difficult to use adhesive without applying paint.

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      2024/05/08
      All
      9/10
      Speed
      9
      Spin
      9
      Control
      9
      Hardness Little hard

      Racket recommended use LIBERTA SOLID Pro

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