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 Post subject: Re: Dr Neubauer KO PRO
PostPosted: 23 Jun 2019, 06:00 
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What exactly do you mean when you say PPipes plays best in GLanti style?


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 Post subject: Re: Dr Neubauer KO PRO
PostPosted: 23 Jun 2019, 17:20 
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If you play Power Pipes like an inverted style, I found that it had just average deception

Glanti style: Play with a more open racket, attack with a more open racket. (anti spin rubber style)
It is like the video (presentation of the new Power Pipes rubber) on google from Power Pipes made by Der Materialspezialist company himself you see a more Glanti style made by Amir
and his partner. Ball goes more down.
The video from Geblock TT from Power Pipes is more an inverted style, I found it had less deception than a Glanti style.
Tested myself and it was just like that. Of course it is fast enough.
You just have to try it out yourself to see what i mean.
Of course if you can mix these 2 styles, you can have a lot of variation with Power Pipes and it will be very dangerous. :devil:
But it was not really my style personnally. I do not really have the GLanti style, more the adjusted inverted style with pips :party:


But Power Pipes and KO Pro are 2 good MP.


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 Post subject: Re: Dr Neubauer KO PRO
PostPosted: 23 Jun 2019, 18:22 
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Yes I get it now thanks. I use the open blade stiff wrist with Keiler when I want to return topspin with a sinking ball. Opponents who do not understand pips hate it. The Max Cherepnin videos on you tube with KO and agressor illustrate it well. Also works with dtecS 1.2mm to create a fast low return with some reversal. What I find is important is to have rubber you can also create some topspin when needed.

I am not sure the guy in geblock TT has the best technique for showing off disruptive pips as he is nearly always using more of a topspin creating roll which then kicks the ball up rather than creating sink. Alexei in the TT maximum videos on KO, PPipes etc also seems to Illustrate the technique you refer to better.


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 Post subject: Re: Dr Neubauer KO PRO
PostPosted: 28 Feb 2020, 02:36 
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KO Pro is better then KO. More control, more dangerous returns. I do not know a reason to prefer original KO.


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 Post subject: Re: Dr Neubauer KO PRO
PostPosted: 24 Oct 2020, 09:35 
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I think I can resume my shift from Dornenglanz ox to KO Pro 1.3.
1) First month: too fast to understand what is going wrong. LP automatic technique works with KO but is not effective. Increased racket weight was not a problem for me but it was noticeable and probably helped to readjust reflexes.
2) 3rd month. Speed is tamed. Chop-block and chop are the best way to return the ball low. But underspin is minimal if any, opponent is unlikely to mistake in continuation. Topspin like (not existing with ox LPs) technique (block, drive) has better disturbing effect and should be mixed to make opponent's life more difficult.
3) Half year. Full feeling and control in short game. Possibility to return strong BH balls a bit later then peak of the bounce decrease timing stress from FH inverted. Constant hard brushing the ball in every return. Almost never soft wrist, the ball needs penetrate sponge for control. My playing style still looks like LP but the technique changed so I cannot take a random LPs racket and play anymore.


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