Use racket, rubber
① When Tenergy 05, V> 15 Extra is pasted ... I think it's a good combination.
Attack: Get on the power well, get speed and turn well. However, I thought it was a little difficult to suppress. I think it's easy to curve long.
Fore-cut (responding to strong hitting ball): Suppressed and you can't think of having applied a tension rubber.
Forecut (responding to weak hitting ball): Easy to control and can cut well even if you cut it yourself.
(2) When Kyohyo Pro3 Turbo Orange is pasted ... It is combined with the release of Sakai, but I think it is the best combination.
Attack: Get on the power well, get speed and turn well. Rather than feeling untouched, the opponent's block return ball floats up or the subtle changes often cause the opponent to lose, resulting in an attack as a scoring source.
Forecut (responding to strong hitting ball): The cut is stabilized by suppressing it very well, and at the same time, the cut which is heavy and can be cut freely is freely available.
Forecut (responding to weak hitting ball): It is stable as well as returning to a strong hitting ball, and you can easily cut off from yourself. I think knuckle cut is easy to make.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
A rubber that has been used for quite a long time with the image of a rubber that can produce a speed and rotation of plus α according to the swing speed and power of the user.
Because I am a cutman, I used it on Koji Matsushita DF, Bioncello, and the Japanese pole-碧-, but I felt that the amount of rotation and speed of the hit ball depended heavily on the racket. Serve and Tsuttsuki, on the other hand, can be rotated and controlled with any racket, and it is easy to use with no particular compatibility with the racket.
Overall9/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control9 Hardness Little hard
The other day, I just wrote a review of the curl P-1 that I usually use on the Japanese pole-碧-, but since about 4 months since I put it, the points have accumulated, so the curl P-4 "Special Thin" is the pole of the sum- I put it on 碧-.
Until now, I heard that P-4 was for beginners and wasn't cut very well. And I thought it was much easier to control the bang than P-1. On the other hand, I thought that it would be easy to get caught on the net if I don't think about putting it in a loose ball. I thought.
However, since it is not easy to peel P-4 from the Japanese pole-碧-, I have not tried it on the Bion cello I used before, but it may not really fly with a racket characterized by such softness unknown.
In addition, there is almost no happening ball that cuts much harder than expected when trying to cut strongly, and it seems that the sharpness is as sharp as I shook, and it seems to be more stable than P-1. However, as for push, it will be more like a ball than P-1.
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Soft
From the perspective of Cutman, it is the easiest to use personally as a rubber to aggressively attack while cutting firmly.
Compared to the same Pro 3 Turbo Blue, the shot feels almost unchanged, but the orange feels easier to control the attack.
In the first place, it is possible to cut freely without having to do anything special, such as cutting back without stopping firmly against strong hitting balls, cutting off by yourself aiming at the course against weak hitting balls, or even returning with a knuckle. I think it's an easy rubber if you consider not only the cut but also the knuckle.
And as for the attack, the so-called sticky rubber-specific hitting method has never been possible, but can you make a strong rotation without being conscious of that, and maybe the speed of the ball is faster than the tension? I feel like there are moments. Well, it was easy to change from the tension rubber if it was more powerful than the speed.
In addition, I personally thought that the amount of rotation and power of the serve was not so different from the tension system.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Hard
When Tenergy 05, V> 15 Extra is pasted, I think it ’s OK.
Attack: It's easy to control even if you hit it hard, but if you don't consciously grasp it and hit it, you won't get power and slow down.
Forecut (responding to a strong hitting ball): It is not easy to overshoot, it is easy to control. However, it may not be cut very much.
Forecut (responding to weak hitting ball): If you try to cut it consciously, you will pay attention to the control, but it will be harder to cut than returning to a strong hitting ball.
When Kyohyo Pro3 Turbo Orange is pasted ... I think it would be a good fit if you keep cutting.
Attack: The technology may be inexperienced, but I don't think it's obviously fast and doesn't fit at all.
Forecut (responding to a strong hitting ball): Rebound is easy to control and control, and it is easy to cut due to rubber.
Forecut (responding to weak hitting ball): The image that does not fly is strong and care is taken for control, but it is easy to cut as well as returning ball for strong hitting.
Overall8/10 Speed7 Spin8 Control8 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
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