laredoutte on 12/30/2015
rubber is spinny but slower than modern tensors. musa is good for openning loop over the table but not so fast to finish the point safely. i use it only to open the rally and put my forehand (Skyline TG3 NEO) in action. if you are backhand oriented player this rubber wont be good for you cos losing the initiative is pretty easy if the rallies are bh-bh vs tensor. musa has also very good control for pushing short or punch blocking but misses high speed gears to be consistent offensive rubber.
Isaacoun100 7 months ago
I use it in the backhand because I find it easy to control, and as a left-handed I use a lot my backhand, not recommended if you're looking for speed I don't consider this rubber as an offensive option, more like an offensive all-rounder
McCustom 11 months ago
Tested in black, 1.5mm: Very soft. Not suitable for hard hitters in this thickness, difficult to find consistency. Hitting softly, playing consistent shots is much easier. Control and placement at low gears is great, and spin is better than the term "non-tensor" would suggest. Nothing exceptional, mind you. Good first rubber since easy to use. Enjoy your TT!
mariandan on 9/11/2017
Va salut.Sunt incepator (un an si jumatate de cand joc tenis) folosesc Xiom Musa pe ambele parti si pot declara ca sunt perfecte pentru un incapator.Control foarte bun si efect deasemenea
ronron on 8/7/2015
Why is everybody talking about this rubber as a backhand rubber? I think it depends on your playing style. I use it on my forehand side. I am a defensive player with a Toni Hold blade. On my backhand i use butterfly challenger 1,5 mm and on the forehand 1.5 mm xiom musa. Xiom musa gives me lots of control because of it's relative soft sponge. It also generates lots of effect. For me this is my no1 rubber to defend incoming topspin balls.