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PostPosted: 10 Oct 2019, 23:24 
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Dear def inverted rubber members, has anyone ever played with Moristo DEF?

I'd like to know your experience as it is a very good rubber . :)


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Although I must say no, haven't tried but am interested in short pip defence especially after hou Ying Chao recent success using sp. Spectol I believe. Must say I've an old nittaku blade (combi) quite fast I've got a rev on the carbon side and 802 in 1.5mm on other side. I really like quality of this make. Japanese I believe. I'm sure the moristo. Would be a good choice. I think that , for def a 1.4 would be good. More attacking possibilities then thicker. The sp is harder to chop I think than LP rubbers.. reacts more to spin of course. But my thoughts are that in the modern defensive game, although still very valid, it's the more aggressive defensive players that seem to do better. I hope someone picks up to give some feedback on moristo. Cheers.


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PostPosted: 23 Nov 2019, 05:09 
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Although I must say no, haven't tried but am interested in short pip defence especially after hou Ying Chao recent success using sp. Spectol I believe. Must say I've an old nittaku blade (combi) quite fast I've got a rev on the carbon side and 802 in 1.5mm on other side. I really like quality of this make. Japanese I believe. I'm sure the moristo. Would be a good choice. I think that , for def a 1.4 would be good. More attacking possibilities then thicker. The sp is harder to chop I think than LP rubbers.. reacts more to spin of course. But my thoughts are that in the modern defensive game, although still very valid, it's the more aggressive defensive players that seem to do better. I hope someone picks up to give some feedback on moristo. Cheers.


I cannot say anything about Moristo SP as my experience with SPs has been short and not as successful as with inverted . I don't really like SPs much.My post is on Moristo DEF, the inverted rubber.For me it has been a great discovery.At present I am playing in 1.2 mm and I can defend and attack consistently.Plenty of spin on serves when needed, great control in chops and blocks.

With Grubba all + I have enough speed to attack with quality and safely.Of course, my set up is not a rocket but the control with good speed is there . Also , when I twiddle on the bh the control makes all the shots safe and with great placement.

The only drawback is the price, yes, ...not cheap.That's why in my free time I try to find a cheap replacement ,however, I like it so much I doubt i will change it during this season .

If any players do like soft thin sponges on the fh plus spin plus good control in chops and blocks, Moristo Def will not let you down . It is a safe bet :) :)


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