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 Post subject: Re: Juic Neo Anti
PostPosted: 14 May 2009, 13:06 
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I'm chopping with Anti because I'm rubbish with LP.

It's sort of silly. All I'm getting so far are medium spin chops and float balls.
I had a bit of a problem too: If you go through too fast, the ball literally slides off the rubber during the chop.

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 Post subject: Re: Juic Neo Anti
PostPosted: 14 May 2009, 14:08 
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Silver wrote:
I'm chopping with Anti because I'm rubbish with LP.

It's sort of silly. All I'm getting so far are medium spin chops and float balls.
I had a bit of a problem too: If you go through too fast, the ball literally slides off the rubber during the chop.


I can't believe it... finally!!! :cheers:

The secret is to vary between light contact and heavy contact... On light contact it does slide off, which is where you get the spin reversal. On heavy contact the rubber grips, and you get no reversal and actually get some spin. Somewhere in between you get float balls...
Heavy spin on serves does grip on this rubber, so either adjust for it, or make very light contact.

It does chop more like inverted, and once you get the hang of it the control is excellent.

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 Post subject: Re: Juic Neo Anti
PostPosted: 15 May 2009, 15:15 
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Do any of you anti chopper have a hard time keeping the ball low with spin?
I find I can either return it high with a crapload of spin or low float...

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 Post subject: Re: Juic Neo Anti
PostPosted: 15 May 2009, 19:02 
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Sounds like you're chopping like with inverted... You've got to brush the back of the ball, and brush fast enough to overcome the spin on there... Same thing with LPs... If someone's looping fast it may not be that easy though...

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 Post subject: Re: Juic Neo Anti
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Silver wrote:
Do any of you anti chopper have a hard time keeping the ball low with spin?
I find I can either return it high with a crapload of spin or low float...


I find with my Anti play, a less severe chop action, combined with a variable strength, push / float action, cushioned or pulled back, produces balls which as Speedplay has alluded to, will cause your oppo to dump in the net or go off the end of the table and the deception will mess with their confidence no end!

This is the kind of shot i absolutely love to play and when you pick the right shot to play it on and you can guarantee it is your point, whooooa, it feels as good as a smash to me. :lol:

My game has improved massively now i have the subtlety to deliver this shot in a variety of disguises!

It makes me feel.... :twisted: ............... :lol:...................... :D

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 Post subject: Re: Juic Neo Anti
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Silver wrote:
Do any of you anti chopper have a hard time keeping the ball low with spin?
I find I can either return it high with a crapload of spin or low float...


More advice: To chop lower with anti, just change your blade angle so it's more vertical. To float higher, if you take it later you will have more options on trajectory.

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 Post subject: Re: Juic Neo Anti
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I have a defensive ( all - ) blade ( grubba variant from the 90s ).
I'd like to try rakza 7 on one side and juic neo on the other side.

Should I go min sponge ( 1mm ) or much thicker?

Playing style:
I'd like to chop ( hyuk style ) but.. I also like to take off the pace from spin-based players by slowing them down. I can also control the ball pretty good by dropping near net or deep net corners on slow balls. I figure the more the control on the racket, the easier and better this is

With this playing style in mind, which sponge thickness, should I go with?

If I go with the max sponge thickness, what would I be maximizing?
I think I will produce more spinny chops? And cause more Reversals. Is this correct?

And what would I be loosing the most?
I think I will be loosing the control and ability to send super slow balls.

Is my understanding correct? If one goes with halfway-sponge thickness, would he be getting the best of both worlds or miss the best of both worlds in this particular rubber?

Thank you for your thougts..




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 Post subject: Re: Juic Neo Anti
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KindButcher wrote:
I have a defensive ( all - ) blade ( grubba variant from the 90s ).
I'd like to try rakza 7 on one side and juic neo on the other side.

Should I go min sponge ( 1mm ) or much thicker?

Playing style:
I'd like to chop ( hyuk style ) but.. I also like to take off the pace from spin-based players by slowing them down. I can also control the ball pretty good by dropping near net or deep net corners on slow balls. I figure the more the control on the racket, the easier and better this is

With this playing style in mind, which sponge thickness, should I go with?

If I go with the max sponge thickness, what would I be maximizing?
I think I will produce more spinny chops? And cause more Reversals. Is this correct?

And what would I be loosing the most?
I think I will be loosing the control and ability to send super slow balls.

Is my understanding correct? If one goes with halfway-sponge thickness, would he be getting the best of both worlds or miss the best of both worlds in this particular rubber?

Thank you for your thougts..




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