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      Tenergy 64

      Hello, is good blade timo boll spirit FL for Tenergy 64 2.1?? Thank you.

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      Yes- good pairing

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      its going to be very fast, think about going something a bit slower and cheaper lol

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      Personally I prefer a firmer rubber like Tenergy 05 with poly ball. But In our country we have to use G40+ and the ball sucks. I've changed to chinese rubber to FH and BH to get more grip and I found the best solution!
      "Table Tennis is a perfect combination of violent action taking place in a atmosphere of total tranquility"

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      Depende mucho también de la opinión del jugador y como se sienta más cómodo.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Pablo Mateo Mansilla View Post
      Depende mucho también de la opinión del jugador y como se sienta más cómodo.
      Dude, this is an English language forum. It's just common decency to speak the common language: English.

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      What Pablo said is that it depends on the players personal feeling and prefferencess, and thats true.
      T64 is a softer tenergy, with sharper rebounce angle, lower and longer trajectory, less spin than T05, faster than T05 mainly because its lower trajectory /the ball travel less/.
      TBS is not so fast, mid hard and mid stiff. It has enough flex to keep an arc with propper technique even with T64. With stiffer blade T64 would play very flat.
      At the end it all depends on your personal style and prefferences.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Nemo View Post
      Dude, this is an English language forum. It's just common decency to speak the common language: English.
      this very good friend sorry and thanks for your warning, I will try to do it.

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