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 Post subject: DONIC ACUDA S2 FOR BH?
PostPosted: 24 Dec 2017, 01:03 
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So I am planning to get this rubber because I see many review of it that it is good for the backhand. To make sure of that, I am asking you guys if you have tried using that rubber for your bh and please tell the other details about the rubber so that anyone can also know it.


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PostPosted: 14 Jan 2018, 21:21 
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Blade: Stiga optimum sync fl
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BH: Donic acuda blue p1
I have used p1 for a couple of months, and I was trying to find more spin and speed. But it was better for blocking than anything else. I don't know about s2, but hope this helps


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TimoPh wrote:
So I am planning to get this rubber because I see many review of it that it is good for the backhand. To make sure of that, I am asking you guys if you have tried using that rubber for your bh and please tell the other details about the rubber so that anyone can also know it.

It's quite a good rubber, very popular in my area. It excels in blocking and loop drives, so if that's what you do with your BH, then it may be suitable.

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