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Yasaka Anti-Power

Yasaka Anti-Power

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Anti-Power is capable of killing any kind of speed and spin. Another feature is the peculiar sound when applying your offensive shots. Any combination of the Anti Power rubber with either the Mark V, Tornado or Extreme will most certainly make you a varied and dangerous defensive or offensive player.

Speed 62
Spin 28
Control 73

Yasaka rubbers are steeped in history dating back all the way to 1926. The flagship rubber for Yasaka has been the Mark V. Mark V burst onto the table tennis world stage in the 1970 and 1971 World Championships taking home victory in both competitions. The Mark V is still going strong today and other versions of the rubber have been produced through the following decades.

More recently Yasaka has developed Rakza rubbers which have taken innovation to another level. The shape of the pimples provides a strong balance between spin and speed. Rakza rubbers use Hybrid Energy to provide synergy between top sheet and sponge providing great elasticity for power and control.

Yasaka has many more rubbers in their product line as well. Yasaka rubbers are used by top professionals as well as players of all levels. Be like 2019 World Championship Silver Medalist Matias Falck and choose Yasaka rubbers.

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Reviews of Yasaka Anti-Power (13)

My first Yasaka Anti Power is a 2.0 mm thick black Anti Power. I love it on my Innerforce Layer ALC.

Speed; It has a good speed for an antispin rubber. It can be used quickly or slowly. On block and hits it is steady and you can alternate the speed according to your will.

Spin; It is an antispin rubber, it's not going to be a spin monster. On the other hand, you can create some spin with this rubber with strong enough force like a chop or a push. On hits, you get some sidespin which might come in handy.

Control; Its best trait. It has great control, you can put the ball anywhere you want to without great problems.

Else; It has a good feel and does anything anti should be able to do. It is a little bit new for me, as I came from inverted, but I absolutely love it and am sure we will be good friends.

I will update my review, as I cannot tell anything about its durability yet.

Update; If you have the chance, don't use it on a fast carbon blade, as it behaves rather strangely. Sometimes it is a dampening sponge and sometimes a trampoline. You have to be careful. I will tryit on a 5-ply wood in a few weeks and make another update.
I've put it on my new blade, Stiga Cybershape Wood and I love it. It has great control and attacking capabilities.
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Probably the best anti to start with coming from normal inverted. Slightly "grippy" anti topsheet with elastic sponge so thicker the sponge, the faster it plays. Not to be confused with dampening sponges found on frictionless type anti where thicker = slower. Reversal is decent if you don't engage the sponge, use fast cutting type strokes. Go to frictionless anti if you want the most reversal possible. I have tried YAP in 1.5 & 2.0, both in red. 1.5 being slower is more controllable so can be used quite effectively and consistently for classical defense. Chopping from distance can add some backspin to the reversed topspin, you will enjoy returning back hard loops rather easily. At the very least it's good training practice for a stronger looper to play against.
2.0 is more suitable closer to table for offensive style and can be used to set tempo of a rally before using your attacking side to finish the point. Attack strongly any backspin that is given. No difficulty against no spin balls with placement key to success and a longer rally. Be careful of the sponge sometimes engaging on passive shots and unexpectedly launching it just long off the table, experience eventually resolves. For reference I enjoy playing with 2.0 more as it is more versatile: great attacking + blocking at the table with possibilities to play cut defense if needed. As of writing 2.0 is still attached to my Dr N. Hercules blade. Make no mistake grippy anti is for fun and enjoyment, adding variety to the dominant copy pasta all out topspin strategy. Don't expect to be winning many high level matches against this archetype, for that you would need to transition to frictionless anti/twiddling close to the table or LP/SP/inverted for chopping away from the table.
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The first time I used it I was shocked at how it could effortlessly return serve, it is best for that however you better keep it low as it doesn't generate much spin.

Super easy to control and helped my game considerably when I switched from conventional, but ultimately I stopped using it because it doesn't generate enough spin with chops (but can certainly generate some). For me, the trade off between being insensitive to opponents spin vs not generating much spin is too extreme and I prefer short pips as the trade off is lesser.
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After transformer I tried this rubber. This rubber is fast relative to transformer. The transition from normal to this anti is not that much compared to transformer. This id faster and easier to handle conpared trasformer. However the spin reversal is lesser. My second block can be easily be spin again. This rubber excel in fast attack and change in tempo. The change in tempo can be done by changing your grip to lighter hold. Highly recommended.
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Fast and quite difficult to learn it. Deceptive but only in offensive strokes. Not for passive play,you have to take the initiative in order to obtain the best of this rubber. In proper hands it could become a dangerous weapon.
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