Alexandra's profile

Alexandra's profile
Gender Male
Age U20
Experience 6〜10 years
  • Use racket, rubber

    1. CLIPPER WOOD
      Racket

      CLIPPER WOOD

      The Clipper Wood was first released in 1981 and has since then well over a million have been sold...
    2. TARGET PRO GT-H47
      Rubber (Front)

      TARGET PRO GT-H47

      The GRIP EXTEND PLUS compacts enable you to transmit even greater spin in every phase of the game...
    3. MANTRA M
      Rubber (Back)

      MANTRA M

      The new STIGA Mantra is developed with the latest Japanese rubber technology and offers the perfe...

User review

  • VEGA TOUR

    User review

    You can buy it for 3,500 yen on the net.
    Considering from the price it is a very good rubber.

    However, there seems to be still more challenges compared with high-grade rubbers such as tenazi and target professionals.

    Because the seat is quite hard, it is difficult to apply a very short down rotation unless it is thin.
    I think that this neighborhood is a preference, but I liked domestic rubber more.

    It is easier to use than the Omega VII series, I think that it can be used even by beginners.

    See original review

    2018/05/23
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    9
    Spin
    7
    Control
    8
    Hardness Little hard

    Recomend racket CLIPPER WOOD

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  • Bluestorm Z1

    User review

    It is for advanced users.
    Since evaluation was good on this site, I bought it.

    It was said that it was close to Tenazi 05, but apparently the feeling of shot feeling was harder and I felt that control was difficult.
    In addition, due to the thin sheet, the receiving difficulty increases as the rotation is easily affected.

    It is also a rubber that increases the possibility of scoring very much if it brings it up to the rally game.
    It is recommended to use 2.3 mm MAX + sponge at the fair.

    Because it is hard to back, please consider Z3 by all means.

    See original review

    2018/04/15
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    10
    Spin
    8
    Control
    7
    Hardness Little soft
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  • Rakza 7 Soft

    User review

    It is easy to use anyway, as the headline.
    Recommended rubber for beginners to intermediate people.

    Anyway if you shake it, it is quite a recommended rubber for those who are seeking a sense of stability, those in the main rally.
    Because it rotates as it is softly, please try using it by all means.

    See original review

    2018/04/08
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    7
    Spin
    7
    Control
    9
    Hardness Soft

    Recomend racket INFINITY VPS V

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  • V>15 STIFF

    User review

    A normal tension rubber is an image.
    V15 Extra was ticked, so I expected, but considering ease of handling, tenaji and Fastark are better.
    Rotation and stability are not as good as conventional V 15, but speed, counters, blocks, etc. were quite easy to do.
    Given the overall balance, it was impossible to evaluate to that extent.

    I think that it is almost impossible for intermediate users like VICTAS to use this rubber in the future.

    See original review

    2018/05/23
    Overall
    7/10
    Speed
    9
    Spin
    6
    Control
    9
    Hardness Little hard

    Recomend racket CLIPPER WOOD

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  • ETERNITY VPS V

    User review

    It is the finest racket of wood.
    It is heavy, but the ball is very nice.

    I felt that I personally bounced from Infiniti VPS.
    There is a sense of stability on the platform unique to wood, so those who like STIGA are one that should be used by all means.


    Please use if you have the opportunity.

    See original review

    2018/04/15
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    9
    Spin
    9
    Control
    8
    Touch
    10
    Hardness Little hard

    Recommend rubber(Front) TENERGY 05

    Recommend rubber(Back) Tenergy 64

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