Obi on 3/12/2013
This is nice controllable rubber much like Sriver with softer sponge. Do not pair it with soft blades because that racket will be too slow or feel too mushy.
Big problem is very short durability. It wears out in about 4 months and has no friction at all. If you have money to buy new Tagora every 3 month great choice for amateurs. If not, try something similar that will last longer.
Anonymous on 3/28/2012
Great rubber for recreative players. Decent speed and control are not the main isuues here. You should buy this rubber for it's spin. My blade is Yasaka extra (very light). When you put Tagora on, you can give extra underspin with your wrist alone. When you put your whole body to it (in serve for example), opponent gets in serious trouble. Topspin is great also. First day using this rubber I crushed competition which gave me trouble yesterday :-) If i'm to say something that is not perfect about Tagora, that would be playing from far distance from the table. I mean really far. But, if you play from very far from the table you're probably top rankig player and in need for something Accudalike.
People say that Tagora is not made for new water glue. This can bother you if you are competitive player. If you play for fun or in some minor league, get this rubber, it might be perfect for you.
zek on 7/18/2011
Best looping rubber I've played with. Sponge is soft so spin is very good. Control and speed are also excellent. Can loop, loop drive, push, flick, serve with ease. Worth what you pay for.
Frank_Einstein on 3/23/2011
it's good for backhand control..
Anonymous on 2/25/2011
Very good for backhand very versatile! very spinny but lacks the speed of the modern offensive game the everybody loves.... But all in all it is very good