It is easy to control and easily track the course in rally. It is soft but easy to block and can be worn quickly. There is no feeling that it is hanging, but the loop can drop a broken ball in front of the net.
When I grabbed the ball as fast as possible, I could get a speed, but it was difficult to get the ball so tight during the rally, though it was soft.
Stops tend to float when used to hard rubber.
If it is a hard racket, it may be too stiff before hitting the drive and the repulsive force may fall short.
I think that it fits with a flexible racket such as a plywood or a soft material inner.
Overall8/10 Speed7 Spin8 Control8 Hardness Soft
Compare with Madness, 05.
It is a slightly adhesive sheet that seems to be a domestic manufacturer. Although it is a hard sponge for tension, it has a very good ball holding because it bites in as much as it grips firmly. If this is the case, you can get a powerful ball even with a slight adhesiveness.
Serve, receive, and bench processing are as low and not as short as crazy, but much easier to control than 05. If you go to get points by flicking or chiquita rather than inviting mistakes, it seems that 09C is more suitable than madness.
The drive can be aimed deeply while lifting it so that the lower rotation hit is decided as it is. If you suppress the arch line, the madness will become shallower, and if it is 05, the amount of rotation will decrease, but 09C is balanced. Inquiries are easy with 05 and there is speed, but there is nothing more than the repulsive force of rubber, so I think that the power type that you want to convey your power to the fullest will be more powerful if it is sticky. I think 09C is more stable for those who are more likely to rally because it is easier to fly than madness. It is an all-round rubber.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Little hard
It is used on the back side of the fore adhesive racket.
As a feature, the sheet does not slip and you can create the arch line you imagine. It is relatively easy to use even for sticky users. The best thing about rubber is the bench technology, which makes it easy to make fine adjustments and allows you to receive a variety of short serve and stop. Since it is hard, the power of the block just to hit is modest. It will not be dropped, but unlike rubber with strong tension, it is not a type that automatically calls back and is a counter as it is. There are rubbers such as tenergy and extras whose performance changes depending on how you catch the ball, but I think that this rubber is a good rubber in that it matches many people because it does not choose the way of hitting.
Overall8/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control9 Hardness Little hard
It is the impression in the back.
The technology on the platform is the same as that of X, and the Tsuttsuki is cut firmly and the stop stops. As for the Chiquita, since it grabs the ball, the area in which it can be hit expands and stable power is exerted, making it easy to aim at the course. X may be better for those who say more rotation amount. Blocks and counters hit with a sheet, so I think it's a little shallow. The power drive from the apse was tough. The arch wire is too high and it is difficult to achieve the flight distance. On the other hand, if you raise it higher, it is a chance ball, so you need to devise it by dropping the hit point, applying horizontal rotation. However, I think that this high performance and light weight is a considerable merit.
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control10 Hardness Little soft
It seems that 3-5 wood plywood is suitable for beginners to intermediates. Although it is hybrid energy, the grip is weak because the seat is soft, and it feels difficult to rotate with a heavy racket. I feel good control with a light hit. I expect the grip power to increase with the Ligan spin.
There is no sense of rubbing the bottom rotation. It is easy to apply the upper rotation system, and fake motion is easy.
Because it is difficult to cut, the ball tends to be long.
As it is hard to receive rotation, it is easy to stop. Just double soft and easy to double-stop. I feel that the knuckle flick is better for the stop.
It is easy to grasp and has high controllability. It doesn't take just to apply like tension. The arc line will not come out if you don't bite the ball even in high speed rally and counter. It is tough to pull out with a single blow.
It is difficult to keep it low and short when viewed from the front. Since the sponge is a bit softer, it feels hard to score with the power of the block. I think that the form that pushes the ball that came to the cross straight by shifting the axis leads to the score.
Overall7/10 Speed7 Spin7 Control8 Hardness Soft
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