It is an impression of trying to put it on the fore.
The characteristic of this rubber is that the way the ball fly is completely different with light strike and bang. So the numbers are rough guidelines when blowing. I fly more than I expected to hit a drive though I did not play at all when I was struck. (Feeling that I raised the figure with the feeling of high elastic rubber ??) It might be because it is a type that I let it dig into and it is so, but this rubber has a strong feeling of grasping as "gut". It seems that those who feel this is stronger than tension rubber. It is an impression that it takes more than I expected. The trajectory is linear. Even if you scratch and hit the loop drive it will also take a firm turn. On the contrary, if it is a tension rubber, even a person without power will get speed, so I think that if you strike a ball that is somewhat fast with an easy force, I think that the tension rubber is better. If you can swing firmly, you will be able to recommend this rubber if it is such a case as a very good ball will come out.
The feature of this rubber is lighter in weight than tension. If you paste this rubber, the racket weight will be lighter than the tension.
This rubber is recommended for those who think that tension may not fit and those who want to graduate from high elasticity rubber.
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin7 Control7 Hardness Little hard
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