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PostPosted: 28 Oct 2019, 00:08 
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Good point anti is for sure quite reliable, and I would say has more control than Lps. In fact, although I practiced all summer with LP, I have gone back to the anti in matches. I've only lost one so far. I worked on forehand chop and that's improved. I do think though that for chops my grippy p1r .5 is better in that it can generate more spin. However if your brave enough and really hit on anti as well as chop, this is where it becomes good. In general anti is more forgiving. Pips are great but you must be on your game.


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