I used both fore and back, but it is especially recommended for the back side.
The reason is that it is not so hard, so it is easy to bite into the back, and like me, the back technique is not so easy to handle and I can put out a reasonably good ball, and I have reduced mistakes.
As for the fore, various rubbers are candidates because it can give power, but I felt that it was one of the few candidates when I wanted to put out a reasonably good ball in the back.
In other words, I think it has valuable performance that is irreplaceable on the back side.
I myself couldn't decide the rubber on the back side, so I tried various things and finally decided on this Dignix 09c.
The classification is "adhesive tension", but it is closer to tension than adhesive.
Compared to Tenergy, it is a little harder to automatically rotate than Tenergy, but the maximum amount of rotation is higher in Dignix 09c. (There was no sense of auto and I felt it was different from Tenergy)
In other words, I was able to invite the opponent's mistakes with the rotation width such as knuckle and breakage, and I was able to actually win the game significantly.
To be honest, I am convinced that it is thanks to Dignix 09c rather than my own ability.
It's expensive, but it definitely has more performance than the price, and I think it's definitely worth a try.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control9 Hardness Little hard
Ministry of Madness NEO3 Blue Sponge 2.15mm 40 degree review.
The rotation performance is excellent in any situation.
And on the table, it fits in a small size like an adhesive rubber, and when shaken, it is a very good rubber that gives a certain amount of momentum and habit for an adhesive rubber.
It is recommended to use it on the fore side because a heavy ball with a habit will come out when shaken properly.
Since it is easy to handle as an adhesive, we can confidently recommend it to tension rubber users who want to use adhesive as well.
I tried the racket with the same manufacturer, Double Happiness Shanghai's Kyo Leopard Dragon 5 and Butterfly's ALC outer carbon racket, and both matched wonderfully.
By the way, when using it on the fore side of Kyo Leopard Dragon 5, it is recommended to make the back side also adhesive (NEO3 blue sponge 37 degrees etc.).
Even if the fore surface is the same as in the case of tension rubber on the back surface, the ball was released too quickly for me and I could not bring out the performance.
At this time, for the first time, I experienced that the usability of the rubber on the side that hits the ball changes depending on the rubber on the side that does not hit the ball.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control9 Hardness Little hard
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