Tibhar Evolution FX-P

Brand: Tibhar
Rubber Type: Smooth
Speed: 93
Spin: 96
Control: 72
Hardness: Medium-Soft



Evolution FX-P from TIBHAR is the most flexible and soft version of the EVOLUTION rubber family. This rubber confers a lot of sensation and control in any playing situation. FX-P is a high-performing rubber proven by the enormous sound resulting from topspin strokes. The rubber surface is rich in spins and its soft sponge with high catapult effect gives the sufficient power necessary for a variable topspin game. The player who likes to attack near the table and is not willing to concede any ball while playing a risky game will be delighted by the fine tuning of the rubber surface with the soft sponge of the EVOLUTION FX-P.

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.

Evolution FX-P Tibhar

I think it is better than Yasaka Razka X. I been using Razka X for more than a year now and I found this rubber when it was on sale for about $30. Very spinning and has much control in 1.7mm, I used red on my FH and Razka X on BH on Stiga all-round classic offensive blade. I believe my game has improve another level. Highly recommended, you will not be disappointed.

- Peter L, TX

Tremendous control and spin

Using this on BH of a 5 ply all wood blade. Feels similar to 05-fx. Sponge feels just a bit softer than medium. Been using this for a few weeks now in both matches and training. I cant get over how forgiving the control is. I feel like I have a wide margin of error on all strokes, and can play big opening bh loops, and counter loops from close to the table with confidence. Really mean and satisfying sound too.


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I had been using tenergy 80 on both sides for a few months which I love by the way but wanted something with a little bit more spin and touch on my forehand side. I certainly found it with this rubber. The first thing I noticed that the same service motion that sent the serve short on tenergy caused the ball to bounce twice on my side or into the net. I am able to impart a lot more spin on serves due to being able to swing faster without putting the serve too high/long. The same is true on my loops/pushes. Without putting much force into your strokes brushes, passive pushes and blocks the ball is extremely controllable but when you swing faster, the ball sinks in deeper and really kicks off of the rubber. I love the trajectory on the loops. Because it has a lower throw angle than tenergy, I can be much more aggressive off of lower balls that are over or below the table. What it FEELS like i do not know the actual statistics is that tenergy has a more giving top sheet so that even softer strokes have its characteristic catapult effect. evolution makes you work a bit harder for fast strokes so, at least for me, it is not as suitable for my backhand which I play aggressively off of but cant swing as fast of course , but on my forehand the variability in my shots is amazing. Side note: the balance of the paddle is a bit different than before but it is not significantly different than tenergy. I am using the timo boll ZLF with 2.1 for both sheets.

- Alex, KY