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      Butterfly 05 Hard vs Rasanter Series ?

      Hi Guys , is any rubber from the Rasanter Series V or R that can beat Butterfly 05 hard
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      Nope, i do not think so. Probably in the new Hexer series it can go near the level but not beat t05 hard.

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      Quote Originally Posted by yogi_bear View Post
      Nope, i do not think so. Probably in the new Hexer series it can go near the level but not beat t05 hard.
      Agree for Rasanter, though you could try R50 - keeping in mind that the playing characteristics are different, so whatever you mean by "beating" could be fulfilled, but most probably it won´t.

      The hardest new Hexer (PowerGrip) is still a nice enough rubber that is fairly easy to play. t05 Hard is way more demanding, much harder but also superior in spin potential (although one might find it easier to generate spin with a softer rubber but I´m talking maximum potential with proper technique and armstroke, i.e. where t05 Hard belongs, in the hands of pros and semi-pros).

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      Quote Originally Posted by Airoc View Post
      Agree for Rasanter, though you could try R50 - keeping in mind that the playing characteristics are different, so whatever you mean by "beating" could be fulfilled, but most probably it won´t.

      The hardest new Hexer (PowerGrip) is still a nice enough rubber that is fairly easy to play. t05 Hard is way more demanding, much harder but also superior in spin potential (although one might find it easier to generate spin with a softer rubber but I´m talking maximum potential with proper technique and armstroke, i.e. where t05 Hard belongs, in the hands of pros and semi-pros).

      how is Hexer Powergrip closer to Tenergy? I thought Rasanter is their best product line for now, and hexer is their secondary which is more noob friendly?
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      thanks for your explanation, very helpful!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Airoc View Post
      Agree for Rasanter, though you could try R50 - keeping in mind that the playing characteristics are different, so whatever you mean by "beating" could be fulfilled, but most probably it won´t.

      The hardest new Hexer (PowerGrip) is still a nice enough rubber that is fairly easy to play. t05 Hard is way more demanding, much harder but also superior in spin potential (although one might find it easier to generate spin with a softer rubber but I´m talking maximum potential with proper technique and armstroke, i.e. where t05 Hard belongs, in the hands of pros and semi-pros).
      Maybe the "Beat" can beat it - https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=aiOzPRcOwD0
      (Just kidding)

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      Quote Originally Posted by Hamasaki_Fanz View Post
      how is Hexer Powergrip closer to Tenergy?
      Read again. I didn´t say that.

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      Quote Originally Posted by chikuy View Post
      Hi Guys , is any rubber from the Rasanter Series V or R that can beat Butterfly 05 hard
      What is the reason to look for a rubber that can beat BTY 05H?
      Is BTY 05H not good enough for you and in what aspect - speed, spin, arc, close/long distance performance?

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      Rubbers don’t beat rubbers. Players beat players, be it themselves (‘I have seen the enemy, and it’s us’) or other players.

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      that's true! but one thing you forgot to mention is that ma long can beat Timo with a blade with no Rubbers, what i was trying to ask if one rubber is better than the other, because rubbers help the players, and obviously practices make them

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