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This rubber was the best rubber I've used in the past 10 years, and I've never repeated the same rubber, and I want to repeat it again. (In the past, Q5/V>15 Extra Tenergy 05 and Evolution MX-P were repeated.)
It may be related to the fact that it was attached to Ovcharov, but if the ball hits the racket with this rubber attached, it will fit on the table. Even if you make a mistake, it is only an over-miss.
There is a sense of security that you can enter by swinging, and you can not lose to the opponent's rotation, and the amount of rotation of loops and serves is outstanding.
If you are using this rubber and it seems to make a mistake, it was a rubber that you have to think that you are completely making a mistake with your own ability.
It's expensive, so it's difficult to buy, but it's the best rubber, so I recommend it to everyone other than beginners.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Hard
The sponge hardness is written as 52.5 degrees, but I don't feel that hardness.
It can be used by firmly biting it in, and it is highly recommended for people with a strong impact.
Thanks to the firm rotation and the flight distance not being too long, it has excellent stability.
In addition, the seat is strong, so it is easy to return the rotation without losing to the opponent's rotation.
There are no particularly difficult technologies, so I would be very happy if the amount of supply increased.
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control9 Hardness Little hard
Rotation takes place like Chailaba in any technology such as serve receive and drive.
As for the speed, it's not so fast like Chai Lava.
The hitting sound is crisp, and the so-called metallic sound is amazing.
I personally felt that the difference from other chailabas such as Kyo Leopard is that it is easy to handle.
We recommend using it for those who want to develop a sense of rotation and for the previous stage of The Chinese Rubber.
Overall7/10 Speed5 Spin10 Control7 Hardness Hard
Recomend racket ZX-GEAR OUT
It is a change from hybrid K3, and the comparison target is K3.
Speed C53 > K3
Sheet strength C53
K3 and C53 are completely different in how to hit.
With K3, if you rub it against the ball in the same way as with pure adhesive, you will get a good amount of rotation and a good flight distance.
C53 has the impression that the flight distance drops a little when rubbed.
It is an impression that goodness comes out if you can hook it firmly on the rubber and fly it by rotation.
Therefore, I think that the amount of rotation of the serve and loop drive will be quite large.
The C53 is recommended for those who hit the ball by hooking it firmly onto the sheet.
Overall8/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control8 Hardness Hard
This is my review after using it for about 10 months.
If you describe this racket in one word, it is a racket with the contradictory performance of "fitting to bounce".
Looking at the racket numbers, despite being an inner racket, the momentum is not much different from the outer Zhang Jike ALC due to the plate thickness. (There is a feeling that Ovcharov does not bounce)
However, since it is an inner, the rotation is obviously more Ovcharov, and there is a feeling that it fits on the table.
Also, my personal favorite part about this racket is the grip.
There are different tastes, but Ovcharov's grip is wide and thick, so it has a considerably thicker grip than other rackets.
It is highly recommended for those who want a solid grip and those with large hands.
Finally, this racket is recommended for players who use an outer racket and want a little more gripping feeling, and players who use an inner racket and want a little more momentum.
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control10 Touch8 Hardness Little hard
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