tabletennis11 on 9/27/2017
This is a solid and relatively non-flashy do-it-all rubber. Looping, flat hitting, blocking, touch play – all of these game facets can be executed well with this rubber, although it does not rise to best-in-category in any of them. While I only tested it as a FH rubber, I think this also could be used as a BH rubber for players who focus more on lower throw based play, i.e., hitting and blocking rather than looping. The TR4 reminds me of a slightly softer version of Xiom’s Omega V Asia, sharing its linearity, relatively firm feeling, and lack of spin sensitivity, but also its moderate spin levels.
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dan0ne on 7/16/2017
This is attack style rubber. Heavy, medium hard. Good speed, dwell time is very good.