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      Question suggest rubber for DHS Power G9/PG9

      last few days i have researched for the blade and rubber to buy. my need is good topspin, after little confusion i plan to go with DHS Power G9/PG9.

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      Weight: 89g

      comparatively any good blade just let me know that also. (after research my idea to go with flexible blade with mid hard and tacky rubber. if i am wrong please let me know?) kindly suggest good rubber for this blade both forehand side and backhand side (and also suggest same rubber for both sides or different?).
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      I didn't like the G9 very much, but you are right about it being slightly hard yet flexible blade. (To me) its a bit on the slow side, and works better with very hard, but still fairly fast rubbers. I used to use the G9 with Haifu Whale 2. Nowadays, the 729 Bloom Power on H47 (hard) sponge is a good balance, slightly faster than H3.

      If you want medium hardness, then the H42 Bloom, or Battle 2 is a good alternative. Keep in mind that 2 tacky rubbers on the G9 will be fairly heavy.

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      thank you

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      Thanks for the replay i will keep in mind what you suggest. and you mention G9 is not better so any other blade can you suggest for me?

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      The actual idea is that you find blade and rubbers that will be good for you. Not a random blade and not rubbers that are good for the blade but not good for you.

      To know what might be good for you it will help if we know how you play and what level you play at. How long have you been playing? Are you an offensive player or something else? What is your current setup (blade and rubbers)?

      Someone like a coach who sees you play and knows how you play would be better at giving you advice on equipment that will suit YOUR needs. What you are doing here, without giving any information about yourself, is almost like asking us to tell you what your shoe size is.
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      thanks for reply
      now i am using premade racket. my style offensive topspin style.

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      Do you have any other choices? I suggest getting Sanwei Fextra instead.

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      Quote Originally Posted by blade1234 View Post
      thanks for reply
      now i am using premade racket. my style offensive topspin style.
      Given some signs, I'm pretty sure this will end up with a 5ply + middle of the road rubbers both sides.

      A price range and where you can buy from would help to.

      Since you are using a premade, I'll give it a try:
      Yinhe Earth 3 + Sanwei Taiji (pink) both sides, from AliExpress.

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      Quote Originally Posted by lVegita View Post
      Given some signs, I'm pretty sure this will end up with a 5ply + middle of the road rubbers both sides.

      A price range and where you can buy from would help to.

      Since you are using a premade, I'll give it a try:
      Yinhe Earth 3 + Sanwei Taiji (pink) both sides, from AliExpress.

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      the pg9 is very fast, bouncy and low throw.
      more suited to euro style, with no more than med-hard rubbers but high throw.
      try a softer h3 or g-1 or vega pro

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      Battle 2 is a really good variant. But I like G9 too.

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      Have a look at reviews on rubbers blade and what people suggest and read what karl said and see if it sounds like it meets your needs ! and good luck on your findings it costs me alot to get what i wanted, hopefully it wont cost alot to find what your looking for i mean

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