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 Post subject: Nittaku best anti
PostPosted: 12 May 2008, 20:15 
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Do you know this anti? What is this rubber like?


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Used by quite a few in the UK. Of the antis I have played against this seems good as players tend to be able to chop, hit and short block / dropshot with it. In particular, its ability to change length and vary spin was more disturbing than most antis I play against.


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I do play with this Nittaku Best Anti, but now I will try with Mirage (Hallmark), because some of my regular oponents are already accustomed on my play with that ruber


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I played with it a couple of years ago. This anti was much too slow, but with an outstanding control. It can be OK for a defender.

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I used to play with an Super Anti and changed to a Nittaku Best Anti.
Has more control, great to block as well, and for example, if you are attacking far away from the table and if your oponent attack to your backhand and if you are far away from the table, it s good to chop .... better than the Super Anti.


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 Post subject: Re: Nittaku best anti
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A great rubber heavily championed by Speedplay, i have been using it alot now for a while and have ftruly fallen in love! I'm glad the missus doesn't go on this site! :lol:

I have wonderful control with this and it is so versatile.

I firmly believe that rubbers work best in combination with what is on the other side and have found that this works even better for me, with a firm sponged tacky rubber on the other side.

Speedy, i know you went away from the red, but i have just paired this up with my long time favourite Tg2 on the Andro, and i think i like it better than the black, it gives far more deception and really does have it all, i am dropping people in the net more than the black, possibly more than the YAP on the Aurora, but with much better, safer, accurate control.

I got 3 black and thought i would try 1 red from Syd and i have improved my game with this Anti, so thanks for your help there!

My expensive version (only in 2.0mm) from the far east has a different style/coloured package, which looks newer than the retro looking package from Syd! Strange!

Syd's version comes in 2.2mm so i wonder if that is why i am getting better results and certainly on the Andro teamed up with the Tg2, i don't have any problems with speed - there doesn't seem to be too much difference with the 2.0mm black on the Aurora.

This combination is now set in stone!, 1 less to EJ now! :cry:

I will (of course) experiment and put the black on my other Andro! :roll:



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 Post subject: Re: Nittaku best anti
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It's not so much that i have settled for red, it's just that having just paired this one up with the tg2 on the Andro, this has given me a perfect set up for my game! I need to try it out in anger in competitive matches now, but i have high hopes for it, you're right it does seem to hit better, which surprises me!

Now i do like the black on the Aurora, i do find it harder to put people away although it has more control than the YAP on the same blade, maybe the black could be tried on the Andro.
I'd never considered it before because i wanted a slower b/h speed of the Aurora!

The YAP was too fast on the Andro but workd well on the Aurora although with slightly less control but with alot of deception.

Because i like to have 3 or 5 blades with slight differences depending on opponent, table, venue and weather conditions, i will enjoy EJing to find other combo's and i also want to master LP's too, but for now i am a fully fledged ANTI player and pleased to be improving all the time.

Ifinished the season on 69% and shall look to better that again next year, but i am always at the mercy of my medical conditions, so some days i just don't work!

I'll pm you about your reds!, i'll tell you then what i have got for exchange!

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 Post subject: Re: Nittaku best anti
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Besti Anti have very bad controle. Is not esay block with this Anti. Juic Neo Anti very bettter than Best Anti.

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 Post subject: Re: Nittaku best anti
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dead sponge but faster than some anti, slightly grippy, gives loud crack when smashing like all softer sponges tend to do, good at varying spin. good for utility style

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 Post subject: Re: Nittaku best anti
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speedplay wrote:
Jjmaster and ilikepie,

I disagree with both of you. Neoanti and Best anti are similar, but Neoanti is faster and slightly harder. Control is more about getting used to a rubber then the property of the rubber itself.

As for the grippy part, I've used 5-6 sheets and none of them have been close to being slightly grippy, they have all been very slick.

Both of these rubbers are good at manipulating the spin and I would say that Neo Anti is more aimed towards offensive use while Best Anti is slightly better suited for defensive use, but they can both be used for either style. In fact, these 2 are my favourite anti's.

actually at the time i was using this anti, i was digging into the sponge, thus giving me the immpression that the topsheet was a bit grippy, so yeah...i think...

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 Post subject: Re: Nittaku best anti
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Blade: DEFPLAY(CUT DOWN)
FH: MARK V MAX
BH: BEST ANTI 1.8
@@@this anti is only available in 1.3 and 1.8@@@
the very old NBA was very slow.
im not sure what date the properties of the anti changed but it is now faster.
it is slower than juic neo and my fav anti at the moment.i use 1.8 and have 2 red sheets and 1 black.


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