mtg6792 on 2/19/2014
Extremely fast, but the minimal spin and softness of the sponge makes it extremely easy to control topspin loops. Attacks close to the table and away from the table are also fairly easy. The reason I wouldn't recommend this rubber is that (for FH) it is somewhat sensitive to spin and has a spring sponge; thus, it is hard to have a strong short game. Also, this rubber is not strong for chopping. ATTACK ATTACK ATTACK! I recommend T80 if you're looking for short game without losing anything.
T64 is perfect for blocking and counterattacking and makes a fantastic FH and BH rubber as long as it fits your playing style!
EricTian on 8/26/2013
When I first got the Tenergy 64, I wasn't very impressed with it. It replaced my previous Acuda S1 and the T64 seemed so much slower. However, as the weeks went buy, I gradually warmed up to this rubber, and now am quite happy with it. It is much spinnier than Acuda S1 IMO, and has a higher throw angle, easier for opening up. However, Acuda S1 wins in speed, and control is about the same. Quite a good, spinny rubber. Fairly good durability, hasn't lost it's shine even after 50+ hours of training. Overall, good rubber, works well on both FH and BH.
Okay speed, good spin, good control. Nothing wrong with this rubber.
BlackQueen on 2/23/2013
Currently using on my backhand, T64 didn't quite make it to my forehand not fast enaugh and doesn't generate as much spin as I would like. T64 similar in many ways with Hexer+, but has higher throw angle (which is good for openning loops) and better dutability.
The_Coach on 2/26/2010
It has a nice feel to it. Great speed, spin and control for such a fast rubber.I prefer Tenergy 05 but if you want more dwelltime and a little bit more controlable game, choose this one instead. I like it on a Stiga Clipper or Donic Lagonda blade.
lomar on 9/11/2011
Honestly the best backhand rubber I've ever played with. The ball trajectory is fairly low thus it is great for blocking, smashing, and countering. However, the spin is superb particularly for backhand looping both of the bounce and away from the table. Surprisingly, pushing is better with the 64 than the 05 and it generates very good spin. This is an excellent rubber on composite blades with a medium feel like Michael Maze.