Evolution MX-P is the fastest and most dynamic rubber of the EVOLUTION rubber family. Thanks to the perfect adjustment of the pimple geometry, more flexibility is conferred to attacking balls extra energy. MX-P is very well adapted to any player's game, making no concession in terms of speed and spin. The ball/bat contact time of the MX-P is a little bit longer than the reference time, thus conferring much more sensation. Chosen by topspin players willing to feel the necessary pressure of their strokes at the table and at half distance. Pro-Tension rubber surface is grippy and rich in spin, with perfect elasticity and stability.
Red Power Sponge is bright red, open porous, and spectacular. Adapts perfectly to the situation.
Speed: 98 Spin: 96 Control: 67
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for Tibhar Evolution MX-P
on November 25, 2020
Have been using MX-P on both sides for two years now on a Samsonov Alpha blade. Have used this blade for a long time but experimented with many rubbers including Tenergy 05, Tibhar Genius, Tibhar Sinus and Tibhar Aurus. In terms of speed the MX-P is a beast. Probably a fraction quicker even than T05. However, control is quite good and I'm sure for me personally it helps that the Alpha blade is medium paced rather than super-fast. It topspins very well but I would say you will appreciate this more if you are a drive player rather than a brush-loop player. Flat hitting is also not a problem. In fact it's really fun with this rubber. I don't think anyone will claim that this is the best rubber for a short, push game simply because of its bounce and speed although if this is the lesser part of your game you wont feel too disadvantaged. It deals with incoming spin really well and as a result is very, very good at blocking. This is something I have noticed with all the Tibhar rubbers I have used. In my time using Tenergy 05 - which I also really enjoyed - my blocks against strong topspin were going noticeably higher, playing into my opponents hands. For me, this is the main reason why MX-P is my preferred option but I do appreciate those with better technique than me may find blocking equally easy with both MX-P and Tenergy 05. In comparing these two rubbers the other advantage for the MX-P user is the price. Players typically pay 10 pounds or more extra per sheet of Tenergy. Not such an issue for those of us who replace rubbers at best once a season but for those who play a lot and change every four weeks, the price must be a factor. All in all, a super attacking rubber.