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PostPosted: 26 Nov 2021, 22:45 
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Me and my daughter play with the Dr.neubauer KO pro 1.5mm on the backhand .Can anyone guide me on how to control no spin balls in a rally with the rubber .Either we hit it out or we out the high balls in the net.Blocking is not a problem at all .Can anyone help .


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My default stroke against dead balls looks like normal backspin loop. I never played inverted BH so I cannot tell the difference.

If you come from LP game then you should avoid pushing in favour of flicking/driving most balls near the table. Away from the table you should make normal chop. Transition between both worlds is difficult problem in hot situations for me.

I personally never had much problems against nospin balls with either Dornenglanz ox or KO Pro. I generally have troubles against heavy topspin or heavy underspin players. So I think nospin handling is not equipment but technique problem.


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Omut wrote:
My default stroke against dead balls looks like normal backspin loop. I never played inverted BH so I cannot tell the difference.

If you come from LP game then you should avoid pushing in favour of flicking/driving most balls near the table. Away from the table you should make normal chop. Transition between both worlds is difficult problem in hot situations for me.

I personally never had much problems against nospin balls with either Dornenglanz ox or KO Pro. I generally have troubles against heavy topspin or heavy underspin players. So I think nospin handling is not equipment but technique problem.


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