Segna Nihon Pen Square It is used on the fore side that supports both sides. When I try to play billiards, which is the basic principle, I get the impression that it is sticky. If you rub it with a sheet, it will be sticky. So serve, Tsuttsuki, stop, and rubbing drive will give you a good quality ball. On the other hand, if it is a smash or a drive that lets you bite into it, it will give you a feeling of tension combined with the performance of the racket. However, the speed is not as good as the tension, so I can't beat it without power. It is safer to think that the middle team and the apse should not think about punching out, but just make the best use of the arch line and rotation to compete. Probably, it will not fly further with a racket that does not bounce, so it may be tough even in the middle team. As a personal disadvantage, it is sticky, so it is easily affected by the rotation of the other party. In particular, I personally find it difficult to counter for loop drives. (Although it is a matter of my own skill ...) It seems that it is not possible to get a good stickiness and tension. Personally, I think it has a strong adhesive element.
Overall9/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Recomend racket SEGNA
I am using a Japanese style pen square double-sided compatible Segna.
This is a comparison with Yasaka's Double Face II JP made of 5 plywood wood. Segna is true to the claim that it has a shot feeling of wood. Compared to the double face, the shot feeling is similar, but the momentum is good, and it is good not to stall even if you hit from the middle to the apse. As a disadvantage. The ball is released quickly, and the size of the board is slightly elongated, so the center of gravity is closer to the tip, so it feels heavy. However, it is within the permissible range personally. The momentum is a little unsatisfactory compared to when I used a single plate in the past, but it is similar to the feeling of grasping the ball. I myself changed from a single-sided single-plate Japanese pen to a Chinese style, but it didn't quite fit, and I came across Segna looking for a double-sided Japanese pen. I'm pretty happy.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control7 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
Among the various trials in the Rakuza series, was it the one that suits you best?
Right now, I'm using a medium thickness
It is good that the archwire does not come out too much and is not straight.
It takes enough rotation to hit low loops easily.
I can also serve
Control performance is also good
Speaking strongly, I think that it is difficult to get speed,
If you have a play style that emphasizes rotation rather than speed,
It is one that I want you to try once
Overall9/10 Speed7 Spin10 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Recomend racket SWEDEN EXTRA
Performance that feels that all of the speed spin controls are good.
However, the impression that it bounces more than I expected.
I like the arc line of Rakza 7, so I've been using it all the time,
At first, the desired arc line did not appear, and the ball became a straight hit.
I think it is more suitable for those who play firmly and hit rather than arc lines.
Overall7/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control7 Touch9 Hardness Little hard
The racket I bought for the first time when I changed from Japanese pen to medium pen
I used plywood itself for the first time, but I realized that it has good operability that veneer does not have.
It's easy to spin because it doesn't have too much momentum and it holds a ball well.
It's easy to fit in the hand and I think it's perfect for beginners
Overall8/10 Speed7 Spin8 Control8 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
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