The impression that I used this grain was that if Glass Dietx was for attack type cut man, Desperado was for change type cut man. I've never used a glassy, but the good thing about it is that the more stable the cut, the more the amount of rotation. The cut ball comes out a little late, so it's cut because it's too late. Isn't it easy for the other person to be confused?
I think the opponent will be confused if you mix a knuckle with a slow and crisp cut.
I would like to use it if you want to change the grain and fight, or if the glass is a little different.
Overall10/10 Speed4 Spin7 Control5 Hardness Little soft
Recomend racket Tiruna
I think it will make it easier to learn the skills required for Cutman now. The characteristic of this rubber is that it is not too hard and does not bounce. Both beginners and Cutman are wondering what to change from rubber that doesn't fly at first. I want the worried player to use it once.
I'll leave it to Cutman to put it on the fore side, and for those who attack it on the fore side or the back side, but I think it's easy to play on the fore or back. And for the cut man, I would like to recommend the sharpness of the cut. It doesn't rotate as much as sticky rubber or tenergy, but it still has some kind of momentum that is kind to beginners.
For Cutman, the point that the back rubber chooses is that the first does not bounce to cut and the second is to firmly bounce when attacking. Vega Asia is not so hard and has no momentum, so I would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to play with both cutting and attacking, and who wants to improve their attacking power.
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin7 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Recomend racket DIODE V
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