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I was a cutman on the back table.
Maybe I used one rubber in the table, but I couldn't use a different rubber with a sponge, so I returned to one rubber.
It's about a week, so I think it's a rubber that gives up and gives up pros and cons.
Because the change width of the cut is large, even if you intend to put out the knuckle by yourself, it may take a side turn and pop out from the stand.
It is difficult to handle, so I think people who are used to table software can handle it!
Overall8/10 Speed9 Spin7 Control7 Hardness Little soft
Recomend racket Super defensive
I am a back grain cutman.
This rubber, I borrowed from the coach who often comes to club activities, I tried it.
At that time, I thought that the sponge and the grains were hard and hard to rotate.
At the time of trial, I could only cut and cut, but I could only cut straight knuckles.
I think that there is a lack of my technology, but it was hard to do.
Back in the back, I was using a single rubber, even a hard rubber was rotated, but this rubber did not work well.
Even if Tsutsuki does not swing firmly, it becomes knuckle just by hitting it, and it has become a loose push feeling.
If the other player is good at smash, I think it will be a prey.
It may be handled by those who are more than middle-class people who are familiar with grain height.
Overall8/10 Speed7 Spin6 Control9 Hardness Hard
Recomend racket Shine
I am a back grain cutman.
This rubber is one of the rubbers used in the cutman era of the back table.
In this rubber, the amount of rotation of the tsutsuki is more than the price.
We think that it is suitable for cutman who made much of rotation to finish with tsutsuki, but this rubber boils a little.
But there is power in driving and smashing enough to attack players.
It has speed too much, and it may be suitable for the cutman who has come to be able to fight by mixing attacks little by little.
Overall8/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control8 Hardness Little hard
Recomend racket FEMINIST
This racket will be the racket I was using until the first grade of winter!
The characteristic of this racket is that it can be handled without choosing a rubber.
I used it in the back and back, but in my friends there were children of back grain and people of the front side.
First of all, drive.
The drive has no special performance and is easy to do.
The same goes for blocks.
I felt it was easy to hold back a bit, but there is nothing special.
Tutsuzuki cuts firmly. This is also the same.
Anyway, this racquet is easy to do in all, it means that you can play without being too bouncy or bouncy!
Recommended for beginners and those seeking stable play!
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little hard
I am a cutman on the back table.
This rubber is great for change.
Changes will be made to everything, cuts, pushes, and blocks.
However, I think that it takes a considerable amount of time before a grain high beginner like me gets used to it.
Even if it is not your own intention, it will change
It is not recommended for grain high beginners, as it can not cope with them, causing many net and over mistakes.
I too could not handle this rubber and returned to the table.
I think that I would like to use this rubber which I have peeled off and saved after becoming able to use the grain height for beginners.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control7 Hardness Little soft
Recomend racket KOJI MATSUSHITA SPECIAL
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