Balanced short knob play with control and interference factor
The close-fitting bumps give the Zargus great security. Even if you don't stand perfectly to the ball, the Zargus compensates for that. When swiping over the flooring, you will find that the bumps are rather stiff compared to the S&T hate. Any kind of cut is taken out of the ball and you experience maximum control.
The special feature of the Zargus is its pimples width. The pimples neck is wider than the bumper head. As a result, the bumps resemble a cut cone. Added to this is the larger diameter compared to hate. These characteristics mean that the tempo is taken out of the ball even with fast topspins and very sensitive blocks can be played.
In the defensive game, the Short Bump is an absolute power. Whether on topspins with a lot of rotation or on fast-paced strokes; the Zargus ensures maximum control and has a high potential for interference. The special bump structure contributes to this. The grippy surface develops a lot of rotation for a short bump for both the sift and the topspin on undercut.
The strength of the covering is the disruptive effect. Due to the special arrangement and width of the bumps, the Zargus leaves the enemy in the dark about spin and tempo. Only at the last moment does it become clear where the ball is flying and how much rotation the ball has. Until then, however, it's too late for your opponent.
Take advantage of this unique advantage!
Its wide short bumps ensure a constant balance when switching between active and passive strokes. It will be easy for you to place the ball precisely.
tip: The Zargus is ideal for the flexible short knob player, who wants to set disturbing needles again and again from an excellent control.
Very controlled short bump, which offers a very good balance between tempo and disruptive effect.
Hardness: Medium +