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      Dman is online now
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      Yasaka Rakza Series.

      I’m a big fan of Yasaka rubbers and I would like to know which Rakza would be best for the following categories.
      Looping:
      Serving:
      Blocking:
      Driving:
      Chopping:
      Far from table loop:

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      Please understand Without seeing you play, only a personal opinion can be provided. I believe that Rakza 7 is very good rubber which has good life and suits the criteria mentioned by you. I say this because I have tried Rakza7 in the past.
      Most of the times practice, patience and an observant mind answers all your questions

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      Yasaka came out with Rakza Z and Rakza Z Extra Hard a few months ago, which according to their own advertisement and some subjective reviews, are the fastest and spinniest rubbers in the Yasaka family.

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      Hi all,

      Nobody plays only with a rubber, your bat is a combo with 1 or 2 rubbers and a blade and both counts. The same rubber in different blades give different results. You just need to look the butterfly's table about tenergy series to see how different they are, then if add the blade it change another time.
      What Yasaka has to do is publishing a sort of document like Butterfly and explaining where are the differences in the rakza serie.
      What's sure, the rubber who does everything perfect doesn't exist.

      Regards
      Last edited by Gwenved; 6 Days Ago at 06:25 AM. Reason: adding infos

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      If you really want to try out the Rakza 7, it is best to read this table tennis review beforehand. You should especially stand on rubbers with a catapult.

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      Dman is online now
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      Ive narrowed it down to 2 ones. Rakza 7 and Rakza x. I’m using an Andro Novacell all round blade. I mostly play mid distance looping and occasionally chopping with my forehand. Out of these 2, which would be better?

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      Rakza 7 is a safe choice.

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