|Experience||More than ２０ years|
I remembered a nostalgic feeling
I remember the ball of the time when I used glue on JUIC Scramble 21
It takes a lot of rotation and has a good ball so it's easy to control.
I personally thought I wanted a little more momentum.
It was a little softer and I thought it might not come with rubber, but the ball went up firmly
I think that it is a rubber for the back side
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control9 Hardness Little soft
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Comparison with Tenergy 64
Larry: The impression was a little stronger than Tenergy, but I didn't feel the difference
Drive: The speed was more impressive than the amount of rotation. The amount of rotation was larger than Tenergy and the speed drive drove down and the opponent seemed difficult to take
Saab: I think the rotation will take place and you can aim for Service Ace. Long / short adjustment is a little difficult and requires practice and technique
Block: I will wrap and play the ball firmly, so I think that it will become possible if you match even the impact firmly
Counter: The counter felt a little difficult. As mentioned above, the counter wraps around the ball, and it is difficult to take a counter unless the amount of rotation is carefully determined.
General comment: Speed is more important than the amount of rotation, so the fore speed drive is good, but I think it is a rubber that can demonstrate its ability to block on the back side, and well.
Overall9/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control8 Hardness Little hard
Currently used in the fore
I was very surprised that, unlike the adhesive tension I used so far, I could get enough speed even from the apse.
Since the block does not fly, it is impressive that the ball that you should rotate yourself rather than using the power of the opponent goes
Anyway, I think that it is a rubber that responds to the luxury trouble of wanting to take the initiative by rotation but also wanting power.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control9 Hardness Little hard
It is an impression of a racket that is comparatively easy to strike, and also has a momentum but also a firm control.
Although there are many opinions that the momentum is unsatisfactory in the backwards for the former team, I think that there is a prejudice of the use of Niwa player.
Although it felt slightly weak momentarily when trying to fly only on the seat, the flight distance also comes out firmly according to the speed of the swing.
Is it a question of how to feel that I felt that momentum was insufficient?
It is a racket flying as strikingly as it hits, so I think that ease of use will also change depending on the user, but it was an impression that relatively high cost performance is a racket.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin7 Control8 Touch7 Hardness Little soft
It is a rubber currently used
Comparison with Tenaji 05
Forelong: I did not feel the difference with Tenagi. Is it the influence of the sponge that I felt somewhat stiff?
Serve: The amount of rotation was more than tenacity and there was no complaint. Serve control seems to be difficult without practice.
Drives: Speed Drives have a lot of spin and a low ball runs on the court Since the loop had a lot of over mistakes when taking it with the whole rubber, it is stable when putting it on the sheet.
Block: The ball bounces like a counter just by hitting it because it boils originally. However, control is difficult
Counter: As the above-mentioned block is strong, it is necessary to practice the counter (though the counter itself needs practice and sense)
Overall8/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control7 Hardness Little hard
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