I smell the rubber which makes a line with the conventional rubber.
People weak should not be weak.
I used 1.9 mm in F of the cut racket.
The cut is solidly cut and goes down low. Tsutski and serve also run out, it seems that there is no deficiency in the defensive technique.
Also, at the time of attack, you can hit hard drives with arcs from anywhere in front, middle and back.
Although the price is not cheap, it is a proper performance, so if it is as stable as it is cutman, if you think that you want to attack as well, it is a good rubber that you can enter into the choice.
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control8 Hardness Little hard
Recomend racket KOJI MATSUSHITA
hard. However, compared with the first impression from feel, because it sticks it past Liberta synergy, the shot feeling is not so ticky.
First of all, from the striking stage, the ball rises firmly and enters deep into the coat.
Serve is also easy to cut, short serve is short, long serve can be delivered quickly.
As for the bench top processing, it is a sheet of tenazi, even if it grasps thinly, it holds up and it lifts and it is possible to have high arcuate ticket and flick.
The best advantage is still banging.
If you swing it in firmly and swing, you can hit a drive of undulating arcuate, and although it has a sense of stability it has become more than enough power as a decided ball.
I took a fairly stable counter when I shook ahead by taking the upper side of the ball thinner against the opponent's bang.
Again, what I should worry about is that I can not let it get stuck when the impact can not be secured, and it becomes a ball.
If you have the ability to swing and return at any time, it will be the best rubber.
Overall9/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control8 Hardness Hard
Recomend racket LIBERTA SYNERGY
I used red tokuats at the fore.
The first impression was the impression that the shot feeling is softer, heavier and easier to use than the one evaluated by other people's reviews.
It is perfect for the fore without technical trouble especially.
What I felt most characteristically is the height of the ball and arcuate when rotated. The forerunner who came in quickly grasped and flew deeply where I thought with a high trajectory.
This is easy to use. And I got a lot of speed.
When you are looking forward to the expansion of the inquiry, it will be reliable. Of course, the attack of the second and third ball in front is also high and decided heavily early.
To be honest, it is the most reliable rubber among the rubbers we have used on the fore.
Those who are straying in the forelabel please try it!
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Recomend racket 7P-2A
It is a review only for trial hits.
I used it on the B side.
This is good.
Moderate hardness, high grip force, easy blocking, the drive enters sharply in a stable orbit.
It is a very high level and balanced rubber.
A little value is stretched, but for those who are dissatisfied with soft rubber such as rosena it is one piece you would like us to pick up.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Recomend racket KOKI NIWA WOOD
Use extremely thin on the B side of the cut racket.
If you do not cut it, it will be donakle according to the name, turn it downwards if you cut it down against the name.
It is a terrible rubber.
In particular, cutting to the loop drive can be done with intense rotation, knuckles can be done.
It is spooky enough for relatively slow speed cuts to enter with low trajectory.
Also on the bench, it is also possible to do something nasty, such as sinking and pushing.
Anyway, I will price, but recommended for backside of cutman.
Overall8/10 Speed4 Spin8 Control6 Hardness Soft
Recomend racket KOJI MATSUSHITA
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