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PostPosted: 12 Aug 2020, 06:59 
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Hi the names Chris from Middle TN interested in long pips or short pips or to stick with no pips currently I use no pips just smooth racket my grip is the penhold grip my style is defense with a tiny bit of offense so I mostly block and when my opponent gets tired in this situation then I start to try to play offense I’m assuming long pips are defensive based and short pips are offensive based so should I choose long pips? Or just stick with no pips or am I misinterpreting what long pips even do?


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Blade: Tiago Apolonia ZLC
FH: Rhyzer 50
BH: Donic Acuda Blue P3
Hi fireboy,

What is your current rubber by the way? There are inverted rubbers good for defense. Best if you can share a video of you on how you actually play.

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PostPosted: 13 Aug 2020, 00:37 
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Unfortunately my house in TN is being completely gutted and rebuilt the blade is Butterfly B302CS and the rubber is Yuki 2.1mm


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PostPosted: 13 Aug 2020, 00:57 
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You are misinterpreting. There are offensive and defensive means regardless of what equipment you use.

IMO, stick with the "smooth". The best way to learn how to counter a stroke is to first learn how to do it yourself.


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