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      Defensive game

      Hello. I need an advice about matching the blade to the rubbers. I have 3 blades which I use. Applegren allplay, nittaku acustic and timo boll zlf. I play mostly heavy chop/underspin with my backhand looking for an opportunity to attack. I play best using the acoustic. Since my backhand style is mostly defensive I'd like to try a rubber like Donic slice 40. My question is: which of the blades would be most suitable for the rubber?

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      For sure not timo boll zlf. If you feel that acoustic is the best blade than stay with it. Paweł where do you live ?

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      Why not tb zlf? Is it too fast? Poland. Why do you ask?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Paweł Banasik View Post
      Hello. I need an advice about matching the blade to the rubbers. I have 3 blades which I use. Applegren allplay, nittaku acustic and timo boll zlf. I play mostly heavy chop/underspin with my backhand looking for an opportunity to attack. I play best using the acoustic. Since my backhand style is mostly defensive I'd like to try a rubber like Donic slice 40. My question is: which of the blades would be most suitable for the rubber?
      Agree with Piza, stick to accoustic.

      Feel, or, in fuzzy words, resonance between your blade and you, is confidence booster.

      If I should pick between blade that feel good and blade that on paper appropriate for my style of play, I pick feel good blade.

      On paper, best blade for your style is Defplay.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Paweł Banasik View Post
      Why not tb zlf? Is it too fast? Poland. Why do you ask?
      Because for defensive play the best are wood blades. If you live near Rzeszów maybe we can play some day

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      Unfortunately I live in the north east of Poland :/ Maybe one day I'll try the Defplay it costs only 20 euros here. ...it's a pity is not made without the senso version. .I don't like head heavy blades

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      Quote Originally Posted by Paweł Banasik View Post
      Unfortunately I live in the north east of Poland :/ Maybe one day I'll try the Defplay it costs only 20 euros here. ...it's a pity is not made without the senso version. .I don't like head heavy blades
      You can fill it with ballast though.

      Der Echte Beast Mode could shed some light.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Paweł Banasik View Post
      Unfortunately I live in the north east of Poland :/ Maybe one day I'll try the Defplay it costs only 20 euros here. ...it's a pity is not made without the senso version. .I don't like head heavy blades
      You must also consider that Donic Defplay have bigger head dimensions ( 165 - 158 ) than normal blades ( 157 - 150 ), so it will be for sure head heavy.

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