Table Tennis News
The all new Yasaka FALCK W7 blade follows the Swedish tradition to develop a 7-ply blades for offensive players who prefer the good ball feel of an all wooden blade.
Yasaka FALCK W 7 consists of a thicker core layer and three thinner outer layers, including one harder, coloured layer. Individually hand selection of the veneers gives FALCK W7 a low and very stable weight, around 86 grams.
Available Handles: Straight and Flared
Speed: 90 Control: 69 Plies: 7 Weight: 86g
For the first time in the RAKZA series, the top sheet has stickiness by employing a new production method. The result is a surface with exceptional grip, enabling phenomenal spin. The result enables you to make strong spin with a very high arc. Serves and short returns are both precise and sharp. The RAKZA Z rubbers are made for attacking players, both close to the table and from half distance.
Speed: 94 Spin: 99 Control: 91
YASAKA now introduces Rising Dragon – a Chinese manufactured rubber with top quality.
Many Chinese rubbers tend to have quite low speed but Rising Dragon offers surprisingly good speed opportunities.
The tacky surface rubber is perfect for short receives and counter-topspin's.
Yasaka player Jin Takuya played fantastic during All Japan Championships and became vice champion!
On his way to the final he won against Oshima, Tsuboi, Kali Yoshida and Koki Niwa before losing in the final against Mizutani.
Jin is using the new Yasaka rubber Rakza X and blade Yasaka Extra Special.