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

  • INNERFORCE LAYER ZLF

    User review

    In short, the shot feeling is almost wood.
    Drive is easy to rotate insanely.

    However, it was too thin and smash was hard to do.
    I prefer a racquet of about 6.0 mm.

    See original review

    2018/04/05
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    6
    Spin
    9
    Control
    9
    Touch
    9
    Hardness Little soft

    Recommend rubber(Front) TENERGY 80

    Recommend rubber(Back) ROZENA

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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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  • 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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  • 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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