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PostPosted: 01 Apr 2019, 21:36 
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Hi guys,

I have Dtech 0,5 in backhand and I have tried alot of different rubbers in my FH. My blade is Barricade Def. I like to play quite close to the table. I use more BH and then I often flat hit with my FH.I also make spinny serves,pushing and i dont loop much.
So the question is that what kind of inverted might be good for that kind of playing style?

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I haven't tried, but look into the Nittaku Goriki Kaisoku. Inverted intended for flat hitting. Going SP/LP will be giving up too much (at least you want to keep spinny serves).


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Soba wrote:
So the question is that what kind of inverted might be good for that kind of playing style?


For me, inverted rubbers on the harder side make for superb flat-hitting.... However, based solely on my personal experience, I also feel that the blade plays an important role ... Please check my signature....

The Defplay Senso V3 has considerable amount of flex ... I feel is great for topspins (inverted side), and chopping (with LP from away), but not as good for flat-hitting, based on my technique, that is....

The XVT Hinoki Balsa Carbon is a very hard, stiff, and speedy blade... This, paired with the Focus III Snipe 40° Max, makes it excellent for flat hits... Topspins too are speedy, but not very spinny..Once again, this based on my technique..

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Thanks guys for the answers. But is it better to use forexample 1.8mm or max in flat hitting,blocking,pushing and counters?

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Thanks guys for the answers. But is it better to use forexample 1.8mm or max in flat hitting,blocking,pushing and counters?

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In my opinion, 1mm works best on the Barricade. Your mileage may vary. You just have to test.

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Soba wrote:
Thanks guys for the answers. But is it better to use forexample 1.8mm or max in flat hitting,blocking,pushing and counters?

Soba

In my opinion, 1mm works best on the Barricade. Your mileage may vary. You just have to test.


Yes thats the only way. I have now used Barracuda max and thats impossible to flat hit for me. Next week Ill get 1,8mm barracuda from my friend to test.
Is it so that its good for hitting if barricade bottoms out?

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Bottoming out does not hurt hitting. It may in fact help it. That said i doubt one can bottom out with 1.8 sponge. I doubt that i can bottom out with 1.0 or higher sponge


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I'm playing currently with Rakza 7 which is about the same as Baracuda (a soft-sponged Tensor). For what it's worth I always use Max sponge, and have no trouble hitting, driving, looping, blocking or pushing. I play about an arm's length back from the table and rarely retreat further than that.

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I got now Joola golden Tango 1,8mm. I have now one practise done with it and it felt grazy good. Best was counter and flat hitting. Smashing also good. Backspin and serves you have huge spin. Speed Im not so sure if its enough when topspin. Dont know how this behaves with falco?

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