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PostPosted: 10 Jul 2017, 06:34 
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Any help would be appreciated. With two wing loopers my general strategy is to catch early and try to keep on table. Using Super Block, this works ok.

My problem is with flat hitter OR opportunistic choppers. With choppers I can only return weak pushes and we either get into a push contest or they kill a high one.

How does your push blocking change for choppers or flat hitters?

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PostPosted: 10 Jul 2017, 23:27 
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gus_goose wrote:
Any help would be appreciated. With two wing loopers my general strategy is to catch early and try to keep on table. Using Super Block, this works ok.

My problem is with flat hitter OR opportunistic choppers. With choppers I can only return weak pushes and we either get into a push contest or they kill a high one.

How does your push blocking change for choppers or flat hitters?

you need to ditch the drs sb mate.
i use a defence blade and Nittaku Best Anti in 2mm-with flat hitters you have to work your nuts off and defend by moving back and chopping etc-cant really play of the bounce-
i think with good choppers you either push back or chop back-best anti is ideal for that and is also gr8 for heavy loopers and blocks off the bounce.so in a nutshell i think you may be limited with the sb.i aint used sb though so may be miles off.


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gus_goose wrote:
Any help would be appreciated. With two wing loopers my general strategy is to catch early and try to keep on table. Using Super Block, this works ok.

My problem is with flat hitter OR opportunistic choppers. With choppers I can only return weak pushes and we either get into a push contest or they kill a high one.

How does your push blocking change for choppers or flat hitters?


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