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PostPosted: 01 Aug 2022, 08:18 
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I was curious as to what is the most disruptive rubber classified as inverted (not anti)

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Not sure what you mean by disruptive rubber, in the context of inverted rubbers..

I find playing against Tenergy (especially T05), very uncomfortable .. dunno what it is about it .. I can almost always tell if an opponent is using T05, even if I've played against him/her before, nor even seen what setup he/she is playing with


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With T05 gives a lot of the opponents spin back without too much effort and adds a little more provided you can overcome the spin if that makes any sense,I haven't seen this with other rubbers although admittedly there's a lot I haven't tried and some I'd like to try

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As I see it, the "disruptive" element is when the speed/spin of your return is different from what one would expect from stroke movement.

With LP/anti, incoming spin is often "adjusted weirdly", and inconsistent with stroke movement. There is less potential for applying new spin. I guess that those are the main selling points of LP/anti.
The friction contact of normal inverted rubbers limits the extent of weirdness, but some surprises can still be delivered:
  • With tensioned rubbers, pushes and passive blocks seem to "turn back" more of incoming spin, preserving more of the energy than what your opponent expects from a comparatively passive stroke.
  • Rubbers with absorbent sponge will drop the ball shorter and with less speed than expected. Gambler Reflectoid is the only "proper" rubber that springs to mind. Many cheap premades also have the same kind of dampening "open pore" sponge.


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Spinlord Sandwind could be an example .

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Not so much case of which rubber but the guy at the opposite end using it effectively that really matters most :lol:


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