Yasaka Rakza 7

(2 customer reviews)

CAD $68.99

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Description

Speed: 92
Spin: 94
Control: 70
Hardness: Medium-Hard

Yasaka developed Rakza 7 using mainly natural rubber gum for the top sheet. This improves the level of grip and the amount of spin drastically. The top sheet is combined with the new Power Sponge, working in synergy, producing Yasaka’s newest Hybrid Energy rubber.

When the player hits the ball hard, the rubber grips the ball and the stroke can be used to place the ball accurately, both in direction and length. Serve and short returns are very sharp and easy to control. Due to the increased percentage of natural gum the durability is improved. A winning combination!

2 reviews for Yasaka Rakza 7

  1. rnl

    I love the Rakza series. I use the Rakza 7 2.0 mm on my BH. There’s plenty of spin and speed for my strong, flicky stroke, and provides nice spin in my serves. On my FH, I find I need just a tad more dwell time, so I use Rakza 7 soft in max. I have been using Rakza for almost a year and a half, and haven’t found anything I like better. It’s durable, spinny, and has a nice throw angle, yet handles chops and pushes without the catapult effect you get with Tenergy.

  2. geomil09

    Great rubber! My style is attacking game on both wings, with active blocking and counter hitting. After trying various rubbers (T64, T64fx, T25, T05fx, Andro Hexers, Palio Thor, Xiom Omega IV Pro and Europe, to mention just a few) I’ve found the best backhand rubber in Yasaka Rakza 7. I’ve been using it for 5 months now. I started with max, then 2.0mm but 1.8 mm has been the best so far. It is difficult to source (1.8mm) in Europe thou. Import from US is a bit pricey but worth it. It offers perfect feel for short play, return of the serve is well controlled. It is fast. For me the Max is too fast for controlled game. However, 1.8 is fast enough for very effective attacking bh push. But the real advantage comes when you want to play an opening loop against the chop. So easy! BH top spin with this rubber is decent too, max or 2.0 is more suited for this shot. Whichever sponge thickness you choose it will give you a lot of control, but 1.8mm gives you the most in this department. It has an ideal throw angle for backhand, not too linear, not too high. Again if you play close to the table, or up to 1m away, 1.8mm is perfect. If your game is further away go for 2.0mm, or max. Blocking is easy and well controlled with any sponge thickness. I’ve tried Rakza 7 SOFT 1.8 as well. However, my personal preference is Rakza 7 1.8mm. But then I’ve always liked medium hard rubbers… It’s a perfect match to BF Innerforce ZLC and for me works the best with BF Tenergy 05 1.9mm on the other side. That’s my league set up. For fun play I use Innerforce ZLC with Rakza 7 2.0 on bh and Tenergy 05 2.1 on fh. Try it you won’t be disappointed.

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