I will say it straight to the point.
It is one of the rubbers that I super push.
Currently, my foreground is covered with a thick black sheet, and I've been using it for about 9 months.
as a feature
③ Rotation is applied
④Flying distance is increased
⑤ Arc wire is low
⑥ 2nd speed ball elongation is good
Since I started using the Dignics 64, I've been able to win several ranks higher than anything else.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Soft
First of all, let me say one word.
I tried the trial hit with Rakza 7.
The reason is that the cut cannot be suppressed due to too much momentum.
Suitable players are those who like the feeling of wood, want momentum, like the feel of cypress at impact, cannot use special materials, like three plywood, like thick racket, etc., or a back side. is recommended for players who are different and fight in the front team.
It is also recommended for large ball players.
It's a good racket that I'm worried about changing from my current racket.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Soft
Recommend rubber（Front） Rakza 7
Currently, the biggest attraction is that the top players are using it and are playing an active role and leaving a number of achievements. I felt that there was enough performance. I am very satisfied with the power and control when used in the fore. The back is very stable. Smash is influenced by swing speed, so ability is questioned. If you rub the drive, a little slip feeling will remain, but it will enter once. If you let it bite in, it will come out firmly with speed spin. It was good that Chiquita was easy to change. It was a very good rubber with an image that makes it easy to block and fits on the table. I think this is good for Nitta Clubber. I think my strength is that I can achieve both offensive and defensive techniques at a high level. The rubber itself does not bounce that much, so if the racket's momentum is a man, it is better for the guy whose racket bounces. But any racket is easy to use. It was easy to block even with a bouncing racket. As a result, this rubber is easy to handle for anyone from beginner to professional level, but it should be used by advanced users as much as possible to demonstrate solid performance.
I am one of the rubbers that I have been indebted to for a long time.
Overall10/10 Speed7 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Hard
speed comes out.
It not only speeds up but also draws arcs.
It has just the right amount of elasticity, so it feels good to block.
I feel like I can't beat the counter.
Others said that the tsutsuki floated due to the bouncy, and they were afraid of tsutsuki. I wasn't like that at all.
This rubber is faster than traditional rubber. The rotation is also the highest value for Nitaku rubber.
If it is difficult to control, it is better to use a racket that suppresses the momentum, and if you want to fly, it is better to match it with a racket that bounces.
It's a good feeling, so I'm going to try using it in the official game once.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Hard
Recomend racket KOJI MATSUSHITA
As a frank impression, I could not continue to use it because it was too hard, too hard to fly, and the problem of life.
It has a hardness of 52.5 degrees, so it is really hard.
I think that the bite is better than the general same hardness.
The point I thought was good was that I felt a sense of trust in the upward rotation. The reason is that the ball has a good speed and the ball is played well, and I felt that there was a great confidence in the upward rotation.
Regarding the downward rotation, I felt the hardness and I couldn't get it to bite well with my skill, so I made a lot of net mistakes.
In conclusion, this rubber is a rubber for advanced users.
Overall5/10 Speed7 Spin5 Control1 Hardness Hard
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