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JOOLA Golden Tango PS
This is the softer version of the Golden Tango. The PS version has the same sponge of the rubbers in the Rhyzer series. The sponge hardness is 50 degrees and almost similar to the Rhyzer Pro 50 sponge hardness. The PS version is relatively easy to use and can be used by both intermediate and advanced level of players. The soft top sheet on a hard sponge balances power and control. It also can produce spin easily because the ball digs into the top sheet easily.
The JOOLA Golden Tango PS features a tacky made-in-Germany rubber with a tensor sponge. The featured Sticky Rubber Technology (SRT) has already been successfully used for the Golden Tango rubber and has shown significant increases to the spin values of all shots due to the excellent ball connection with the rubber surface. In order to add even higher catapult values to the rubber, the Golden Tango PS has been given a dynamic, middle-pored 50° sponge. It's the perfect rubber for topspin shots. In addition, the pink colored sponge provides excellent feedback, which gives additional control in difficult playing situations.
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Reviews of JOOLA Golden Tango PS (5)
When I first tried it I found it very easy to find concistency in all my strokes, very easy to grip the ball on loops and create a lot of spin. Also good for serving. For me though it still felt too slow for my forehand and the topspins where quite easy to read for my opponent and easier to block than before with my T05, which isn't strange. So I tried it on my BH instead with T05 on my FH and oh my. It feels perfect! Really good for blocking, pushing, looping and smashing on the BH side. The tackiness combined with the hard european sponge made a perfect balance between speed and control, amazing for snakes and lobbing as well.
So here's my conclusion: Actually like it more on BH than forehand, where I personally want a faster rubber. It's not a slow rubber though. Very easy to grip the ball and create a lot of spin with a medium-high arc. Good for blocking and the close game as well. Like it a lot!
Weight: 71 grams uncut
Spin: Extremely high
Hardness: 54 degrees
Golden Tango PS
Weight: 71 grams uncut
Hardness: 50 degrees
Joola Tango vs Joola Tango PS
I had the chance to test both rubbers on different blades. I always expect testing and using ESN rubbers that are tacky since I am a tacky rubber user. Both rubbers are tacky fresh from the box and they have a sticky surface that you can feel from Chinese rubbers. Both of them seem to have an identical topsheet but they differ in the sponge make up and also the hardness of their sponges. The Tango is 54 degrees while the Tango PS has a 50 degree sponge. The sponge of the Golden Tango is a creamy white colored sponge while the PS version has this pink or purple sponge that is similar to the sponges of the Rhyzer series. In fact, it is similar to the Rhyzer 50’s sponge hardness which is 50 degrees also.
I used the 3 PBO blades for the 2 rubbers – Nobilis, Zelebro and Energon. I used both rubbers on each side just to have a direct comparison and also to check the differences. The Tango PS is outright more reactive than the regular Tango because the sponge is significantly softer and will give you more speed if both rubbers are hit the same way and depth of compression with the sponge is also the same but the regular Tango can be faster if it reaches a certain threshold. It will give you more speed and power once you compressed the sponge enough. Both rubbers are very bouncy on fh-fh drives or bh-bh drives with the Tango PS initially being more bouncy up to some point of sponge compression. I would say the speed of the Tango regular is the same with the Rhyzer 50. If not for the tackiness of the regular Tango, I think the Tango can be faster but it is limited to a point because the rubber is tacky. The PS version is slower than the Rhyzer 50 despite having the same sponge hardness or identical sponge makeup. Again, tackiness of the topsheet is the one that causes the reduction in speed. On harder shots like smashes or loop drives, the regular Tango definitely gives you more speed and power. What I like with both rubbers is that both are easier to smash with compare to a commercial untuned Hurricane 3. The 2 Tango rubbers seem to have factory boosting. With their speed it is not hard to assume that both have tuning on the sponge. For smashing, the PS version is easier to smash with.
If we will be talking about spin, generating spin with both rubbers are easier compared to Hurricane because of the bounciness of the sponge. The Hurricane 3 commercial version has this deadness in the bounce and also has a tackier surface resulting to decreased energy transfer from the sponge to the ball there reducing also the rebound speed. With both the Tango versions, there is significantly more power transferred which helps in generating spin easier for topspins. The PS version is the easier rubber to produce spin if you are the type to compress the sponge more and with less brushing. The regular Tango version can give you more amount of spin if you have developed a brushing technique that is above intermediate level. The regular Tango will reward you with more spin even with just brushing the ball thinly while the PS version will give you an easier time to produce spin but it involves the sponge also. The regular Tango has a lower arc than the PS version when looping the ball. In short, the PS version is more forgiving when it comes to looping underspin because it is easier to handle and can clear the net easily because of its medium arc. The regular Tango version when used right can has a good low-flying loops which are harder to block than the PS version.
For serves, the regular Tango is indeed has more spin as you can feel the ball easily gripped by the topsheet. For underspin pushes, again the regular Tango is also spinnier. Both rubbers are excellent with dropshots as both can give you short, low returns that are easy to control. For blocking, due to the softer sponge, the PS version will give you better control and handling when returning strong topspin attacks. The regular Tango give a faster and more powerful rebound on blocks once the topspin get stronger and when you are blocking with it, the balls bounces quickly and for some lower level players, it is better if they use the PS version.
All in all, the regular Tango is awesome if you have the right amount of skill to use it. I would suggest that it will be used by advanced level of players while the PS version can be used as early as an intermediate level of player because it is easier to use.
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