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      Backhand dominant setup

      I am looking for advise on a setup I am recommending to my playing partner, he is a backhand dominant player and currently using custom yasaka racket with Mark V HPS. I am recommending the following setup:

      Blade: Donic Waldner Dotec Carbon
      FH: Tibhar Evolution MX-P
      BH: Donic Barracuda

      He needs the rubber to be good for Looping underspin (long serves, pushes) and short game (Flicks mostly).

      What do you guys think?
      Backhand Topspin Rules!!

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      I cannot argue with you, but,

      Imho, Keep His current combi.

      Easily one of the most versatile combi out there.

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      Quote Originally Posted by BeGo View Post
      Keep His current combi.

      Easily one of the most versatile combi out there.
      Given how good he is on his backhand, i definitely feel that he could go for a better rubber...

      I was thinking the Barracuda or even the Acuda P2 as they don't lose much on the speed but add a lot more on the grip/spin

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      You have to take into account that the baracuda is not fast and this may not suit the back side
      If you are using the loop too much , this is great

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      In my opinion go to acuda p2 or tibhar 5q or yasaka rakza 7 on your BH

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      I'd probably go with clipper wood and MX-P on both sides if he can handle heavier setups

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      Just try anything answer see how he plays. It is better to play with something you have tested and liked than you just spend money and see what happens.

      He can loop with anything. Unless we see his technique, we can't say whether he should be using something this fast or not.

      I am backhand dominant but with a looping bias, I just tend to put Tenergy 05 or Hexer on both sides.

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      I played a mean high spin bh game with an 8 dollar rubber and my current one is in the 20ish range...

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      This is a large scale of shots for tensor rubbers.... Go with dr echte or with tg3-60 which i think is the best bh rubber ever made.

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      Quote Originally Posted by bobpuls View Post
      This is a large scale of shots for tensor rubbers.... Go with dr echte or with tg3-60 which i think is the best bh rubber ever made.
      Which one do you recommend in tg 3-60? Soft or normal one ?

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      medium ...respective 37 degre

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      Quote Originally Posted by bobpuls View Post
      medium ...respective 37 degre
      Are you referring to DHS Skyline 3-60 Mid Hard? I am unable to find TG 3-60 online

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      Quote Originally Posted by NextLevel View Post
      He can loop with anything.
      I think the question is which rubber would be best for lifting heavy underspin/backspin.

      I will to see if i can make a small video of him playing

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      Tacky rubbers require more effort for lifting backspin IMHO. The best way to make life "easy" is to go for a softish rubber: you can generate spin with modest effort. By "softish" I mean a softer version of some mainstream rubber.
      Last edited by Ilia Minkin; 07-21-2016 at 04:18 PM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Syed View Post
      Are you referring to DHS Skyline 3-60 Mid Hard? I am unable to find TG 3-60 online
      Try tabletennis11.com

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      Quote Originally Posted by Syed View Post
      I think the question is which rubber would be best for lifting heavy underspin/backspin.

      I will to see if i can make a small video of him playing
      Softer rubbers are usually better unless you have good arm acceleration. If lifting underspin is the goal, the Baracuda is usually good but he needs good technique on a variety of shots.

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      Yes skyline 3-60 mid hard

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