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PostPosted: 01 Jul 2017, 10:25 
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Blade: Innershield ZLF
FH: Chop-City!
BH: Curl P-4 OX
Back to tinkering a bit with rubbers... are there any anti spin rubbers (or LP) that have a deadening sponge to slow down the pace, but with a bit more grip than the der mat mega-block/transformer types?

I tried using feint long 3 in 1.3mm, and it worked well for attacking back spin which is my primary purpose when using LP/anti. I don't like to play them too passively unless I'm forced to. But with feint long 3... the blocks are not very good, and due to the low reversal/deadening effect, they often float long unless I can manage a quick chop block.

And my problem with the mega block is dead balls or low top spin balls. Not a lot of control when attacking those, but when attacking backspin -- woo baby!

I guess for the medium, the rubber will not reverse the spin too much but rather give back something closer to a deadball or slight reversal. Any antis like that? I've not tried any of the Dr N rubbers.

Innershield zlf
Tenergy 80 fx 1.7
Backhand: Curl p-4 OX


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