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Gender Male
Age U40
Experience 4〜5 years
  • Use racket, rubber

    1. EBENHOLZ NCT V
      Racket

      EBENHOLZ NCT V

      - Offensive 5-ply blade for the modern attacking game- A well-balanced state of the art blade, su...
    2. Nexxus EL Pro 50 Hard
      Rubber (Front)

      Nexxus EL Pro 50 Hard

      Commitment to continuous improvement, excellent performance and outstanding quality have always b...
    3. HEXER PIPS FORCE
      Rubber (Back)

      HEXER PIPS FORCE

      FORCE stands synonymically for energy and strength. Providing a high bandwidth for offensive acti...

User review

  • Fastarc G-1

    User review

    The number of high-performance rubbers in the price range of 6000 to 9000 yen is increasing at this time, but I understand why G1 is a rubber that competes for top sales in Japan like Rosena. The amount of rotation and ease of handling are outstanding in other rubbers of the same price range. It may be a little hard for beginners, but once you get used to it to a certain extent, it will become quite a force. I'm worried about the habit ball that sometimes appears, but it is also effective for the other party once in a while. Because it is a rubber that catches well, it was easy to drive over while I was not used to it, but it is better to bite firmly and hit it thickly and shake it forward to get a ball.

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    2022/04/01
    Overall
    7/10
    Speed
    6
    Spin
    8
    Control
    8
    Hardness Little hard

    Recomend racket CARBONADO 45

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  • CARBONADO 45

    User review

    I heard that it is an outer racket and tried it, but it draws an arc line firmly and has good ball holding and control. It is a racket that combines the goodness of inner and wood. If you are looking for a racket that has the characteristic straight ball release of the outer, you should choose 145 or the butterfly outer ALC. However, the momentum is not so strong with a light hit, but the more it impacts, the more powerful it becomes, and the real pleasure of the carbon racket and the ball with rotation can be hit. Overall, it is an easy-to-use racket that can be used without difficulty even when migrating from wood plywood, and I think that it will fit even with front rubber.

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    2022/03/11
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    8
    Control
    8
    Touch
    8
    Hardness Little soft

    Recommend rubber(Front) Fastarc G-1

    Recommend rubber(Back) Killer Pro Evo

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  • P900

    User review

    When you hear 9 plywood, you can imagine a racket that is heavy and jumps, but this racket has a sense of stability like 5 plywood, is easy to use, and does not fly too much, so it will fit firmly on the opponent's court even with a strong impact. The person who spins and flies from himself because of the good ball holding will be powerful enough. What surprised me most was that it was easy to return the ball without losing to the rally battle and the ball on which the opponent was spinning, and it was easy to hit the meat. The racket itself is heavy, but I think that there are merits for those who stick the front rubber and grain height. There are few people who use Avalox, so I would like people who are addicted to the tool swamp to use it.

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    2022/02/18
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    7
    Spin
    8
    Control
    7
    Touch
    7
    Hardness Little soft

    Recommend rubber(Front) TENERGY 80

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  • RUIBA

    User review

    With 5 pieces of wood and 2 pieces of inner carbon, the upper plate has a bloodwood specification, so with a light hit, it feels like a hard shot. Since the board is thin and you can hit it firmly, you can hit a rotating drive even in the middle team. I think that a slightly soft rubber is suitable. Also, it goes well with the front rubber, and if you play it without flying too much, you can hit a ball with that much speed. There is no technology that is difficult to use overall. Although it does not have sharp performance, it is suitable for people who are concerned about rare equipment and people who are concerned about appearance because the racket itself is rare and there are not many people around. If you're not surprised, you can use Stiga's wood plywood or a general inner racket.

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    2022/01/10
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    7
    Spin
    9
    Control
    8
    Touch
    9
    Hardness Little hard

    Recommend rubber(Front) Evolution MX-P

    Recommend rubber(Back) KILLER

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  • CLIPPER WOOD

    User review

    7 plywood is very heavy. Depending on the person, double-sided training requires considerable physical training. People who use foreign rubber are lighter and easier to use, which is also an advantage. The shot feeling is high-pitched and hard, but it feels very good. It feels a little too jumpy and the block is difficult to do, but I adjusted it with the thickness of the rubber. It is a racket with good spin and speed. Excellent compatibility with table software. It's a feeling that carbon rackets don't have, so I'll practice with this racket from now on.

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    2021/03/05
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    9
    Spin
    9
    Control
    9
    Touch
    10
    Hardness Little hard

    Recommend rubber(Front) Evolution MX-P

    Recommend rubber(Back) PATISUMA V

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